Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Beef curry with cashews and coconut


For the meat curry with cashews and coconut

1 to 2 tbsp oil
3 tbsp onion
4 tbsp tomato
1 tbsp curry leaves
1 aniseed flower
1 tbsp garlic
2 cups beef or mutton cubed with or without bones
3/4 tbsp chillie powder or more to taste
1/4 tbsp turmeric powder
1/2 tbsp garam masala
1 1/2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tbsp tamarind pulp in 1/4 cup water
1 cup water
2 tbsp fresh grated coconut
1 tbsp cashew nuts crushed to a powder

Mix the meat with the spices and leave aside, it doesn't need to be marinated.

Heat oil, sauté onion, garlic, ginger, curry leaves, aniseed flower. Then add the meat with the spices. Add the tomato and tamarind to the meat and mix well. Add the water and cook covered in medium low heat till the meat is well cooked and soft. Can use a pressure cook.

Add the coconut and cashews after the meat is well cooked. Cook uncovered till the water evaporates. Serve hot with rice or bread.
This goes to MLLA #43 and savoury sunday.

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51 comments:

  1. Bet that tastes wonderful and I have all the ingredients :) Diane

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  2. I just can imagine all the smells and flavours of this beef curry...

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  3. This beef curry looks very tasty, especially with cashew and coconut.
    Have a great week :-)

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  4. Looks good. Can I make this with Chicken???

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  5. Surely a smashing hit Beef Curry Dear.So deliciously tempting clicks 2

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  6. I just can imagine, how it must have tasted.... missing it..

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  7. i can just imagine how good it tastes... missing it..

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  8. beef curry looks delish and with nuts and coconuts..not be missed one.

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  9. I don't eat beef but I can tell from your picture it might have tasted great.

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  10. That looks so delicious! I love curry and this combination sounds incredible :)

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  11. I'll try it out with mutton...looks tasty..

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  12. Delicious looking beef curry...Lovely clicks..

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  13. Beef curry looks spicy, yummy and tempting.

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  14. Wow beef curry looks super catchy and tempting.

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  15. I can imagine the taste because cashews are awesome added into meat but since we don't eat beef, I will try with chicken.

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  16. Love the use of the grated coconut and the crushed cashews in this meat dish!! Well done!! ~ Ramona

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  17. I love this..YUMMY RECIPE..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  18. It looks really good Asmita. Have a nice day!

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  19. What a wonderful and flavorful combination!

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  20. Rich and yummy dish,looks superb

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  21. All those lovely flavors melded into pone warm meal. Love curries for that reason.

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  22. que ricoooo con lo que me gusta el curry! tomo nota! Besitos

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  23. The beef curry looks fantastic. I bet the flavor and taste is wonderful.

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  24. No doubt this is full of flavors! All those spices sticking to that beef, I am ready for some curry now. Delicious post!

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  25. That sounds like a rich and delicious curry. Nice choice of flavor mix.

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  26. Wow wat a delightful and super tempting fry..

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  27. yummy and flavourful beef recipe..

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  28. This sounds wonderful with the cashews and coconut!

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  29. I don't think I could have put more delicious ingredients together myself. It looks wonderful!

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  30. OMG, that looks amazing. I've bookmarked the recipe so I can try it!

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  31. A curry with coconut is my favorite. The dish looks awesome!!!

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  32. I stopped by your blog from Cosmopolitan Currymania because I was intrigued to meet another Torontonian food blogger! Very nice recipe, and it's not too heavy with the cashews. I will have to try it (although, I will probably use beef as we have never cooked mutton). Hope you can visit my blog, I'm holding my first give away! I wish you would enter.
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  33. This meat preparation sounds lip smacking good.

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  34. Lovely dish. Never added cashews to beef but have always loved the crunch of coconut in it always..!

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  35. All I can say is that looks so yummy! Absolutely wonderful curry.

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  36. Oooh yum! I bet that tastes absolutely delish! Thanks for sharing, lovely photos too! Have a wonderful weekend =]

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  37. nice beef curry, , i am not eating but i am preparing for my son's and hubby. nice to have with kuboos ,chappathi

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  38. Looks wonderful!

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    Spoon and Chopsticks
    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com

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  39. We have access to tamarind paste too, which is great for a lot of curry dishes. Such a nice, tart bite. It really adds the right undertone to these types of dishes.

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  40. It had never occurred to me to make a beef curry! lol

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