Friday, April 8, 2011

Steak pan fried


1 lb beef boneless cut into slices
1/4 tsp chillie powder
1/4 tsp pepper ground
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp cumin ground
1/4 tsp coriander powder
2 tbsp soya sauce
1 tbsp tamarind pulp and 3 tbsp water
1/2 cup onion
2 cups mushroom slices

Pulp the tamarind with very little amount of water. Cut beef into thin slices and marinate with all the spices for about a day.
Heat oil and fry on medium high heat the onion, mushrooms then keep aside.
Add more oil if needed, then add the steak pieces and fry each side for a few minutes then lower the heat cover and cook till the meat is cooked according to taste. Put the onions and mushrooms over the meat and keep it covered for a few minutes before serving.

As tamarind gives these fried steaks a flavour it goes to MLLA #34 at Desi soccer, garnishing event.

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48 comments:

  1. My mouth is watering from the wonderful spice in this I can just smell the aroma its wonderful!

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  2. Wow delicious..Love the marinade,spicy tangy and delicious.

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  3. Love the spice flavourings on the steak! Sounds like a very flavourful steak. Looks fantastic too!

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  4. It looks scrumptious even though I don't eat beef...

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  5. My kind of steak..I love how you made it!!Photo is mouth watering!!!

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  6. Yummy n tangy.. we are huge beef fans.. will try this definitely :)

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  7. my husband is very fond of steak and this is a wonderfully feasible recipe...my only frown is the 1 tbsp tamarind...does it make it even slightly tangy or jus perfectly infused into the other flavours?

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  8. If only I could make this with fake meat, sigh. The spice combination sounds perfect :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  9. Love how quick and easy this recipe is!

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  10. wow dear that must taste amazing...addition of tamarind is new but exciting to me....looking gr8

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  11. haha! this picture looks GREAT
    but it reminds me of those expensive restaurants, where u get a pinkie sized steak for 50$ ....

    HAHaha , looove it

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  12. Looks so perfect and delicious..I will try it out soon.I like the addition of tamarind pulp...I never tried that in my non-veg dishes...always end up using lime juice.

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  13. The hot and sour flavors sound appetizing.

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  14. Pan fried steak looks delicious..

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  15. What a flavorful entree! And your garnish is just lovely...

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  16. Thank you everyone for the lovely comments even though some of you don't eat meat, I was laughing about the expensive restaurants :) very true
    Regards to tamarind in the steak it gives flavour and tamarind helps it to marinate. It doesn't give a sharp tangy taste but blends in with the spices. Do give it a try and let me know.

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  17. I won't eat meat this steak looks delicious.

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  18. fried steak looks delicious..

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  19. This steak looks beautifully prepared!

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  20. steak makes me hungry,absolutely divine.

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  21. I think this is beautifully spiced - gives it energy and heartiness.

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  22. wow...delicious steak...loved it..:)

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  23. Wow delicious. Love simple and delicious marinades spicy tangy and delicious. Nice work!

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  24. This looks PERFECT to go with our PERFECT creamy mashed potatoes! Double assault for those who love mushrooms :)

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  25. We adore beef steak and I love the way you marinated the steak with Indian spices, will definitely give it a try.

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  26. Easy but really great meat dish :) thanks for the recipe

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  27. Wow, that looks incredible! I love the spices you used here, too... delicious!

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  28. steak is not my thing but like the rose next to it :)

    once upon a time i had a post on my blog abt making tht rose

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  29. thanks for linking it to my event, dear

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  30. The steak looks so good! Tamarind in steak sounds interesting too!

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  31. I do not eat steak often but when I do I will think of this exciting combo of spices and flavors.

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  32. I am drooling!! Like the flavor combination you used .. saving this to give a try :)

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  33. never had steak with tamarind pulp. Looks great!

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  34. Looks flavorful and delicious!!

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  35. looks lovely, I never seem to make a nice juicy steak, I always end up either rock hard or under cooked. :(

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  36. Wonderful seasoning. This would make a perfect dinner.

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  37. Solo a vederla mi viene fame..gnammm:-P
    Bacione:-**

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  38. The dish is looking so exciting..... !!!!!!!

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  39. lovely recipe for steak love the Indian spiced used

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  40. That looks absolutely sumptuous dear :)

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  41. That's a wonderful twist you've given :-)

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  42. Loving it mashaallah :) can't wait to try it!

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  43. Can i substitute pulp with tamrind concentrate?

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  44. never tried beef with tamarind sounds different but am sure it will be full of flavour. a wonderful twist though

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