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Posted by on Sep 21, 2015 in Beef Recipes, Eid Special Recipes, Meat Recipes | 2 comments

Beef Chop In Bangladeshi Style/ গরুর চাপ

Beef Chop In Bangladeshi Style/ গরুর চাপ

  What should I say? Beef Chop In Bangladeshi Style/ গরুর চাপ  is a simple recipe, just need bit of patience to let marinate the meat for enough time. You can marinate the meat up to 2days in your refrigerator. So you can prepare the meat and just fry whenever you want to have.   I like to cook it in mustard oil, but you can use vegetable oil and brush with ghee too for more flavour. Just remember to flatten meat to quarter inch which will make meat more tender, easy to marinate and easy to cook. Ingredients: Boneless beef half kg Onion paste 1 table spoon Chili powder 1 teaspoon or to taste Ginger paste half table spoon Garlic paste half table spoon Lemon juice 1 teaspoon Roasted cumin powder half teaspoon Black pepper crushed half teaspoon Greek yogurt 2 table spoons Saffron imitation Garam masala powder 1 teaspoon Green pawpaw with skin 2 teaspoons(or any store meat tenderizer) Oil 3 tablespoons(vegetable oil / mustard oil/ vegetable oil+ ghee)

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Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Meat Recipes, Mutton Recipes | 1 comment

Mutton Leg Roast / Masala Raan / Khasir Leg Roast

Mutton Leg Roast / Masala Raan / Khasir Leg Roast

  You can cook it in oven, but to make it more convenient I did on pan. It is a beautiful dish with full of flavour. Only trick in this recipe is marinating part. Most(only)  used meat tenderizer is green papaya paste which is used in this recipe. You can use any meat tenderizer by your choice. If you want to use oven to cook this recipe, after frying the leg add rest of ingredients and cook 5 minutes, pre heat oven on 180̊ C, place  the leg with gravy into a baking tray and bake 60-90 minutes or till meat becomes tender. You can use lamb leg instead of mutton. With love, Rownak Ingredients: 1 Mutton leg(about 1.8 kg) 1 and ½ cups sliced onion 1/3 cup yogurt(tok doi) ½ cup milk ½ tbsp ginger paste ½ tbsp garlic paste 2 tbsp papaya paste 1 tsp chilli powder ¼ tsp turmeric powder ½ tsp coriander powder ¼ tsp nutmeg powder ¼ tsp mace powder ¼ tsp cardamom powder ¼

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Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Beef Recipes, Meat Recipes, Mutton Recipes | 7 comments

Shami Kabab /শামি কাবাব

Shami Kabab /শামি কাবাব

Shami kabab  is The most popular kabab in Bangladesh. It is made with a small patty of minced or ground meat, (usually beef but occasionally lamb or mutton), ground chickpeas, spices and egg to hold it together. I tried to make the as easy possible and please check tips part if you are making first time. Best part of this kabab is its freezable, you can make this kabab, freeze it and fry it whenever you like. Enjoy. Ingredients: 500 grams boneless, fatless Beef(mutton /lamb/ chicken) 1/2 cup yellow split pea(chana /boter dal) 2 Eggs (beaten) 2 teaspoon Ginger chopped 2-3 clove Garlic 6-8 pepper corn 2-3 cloves 1 teaspoon roasted Cumin powder ½ teaspoon Coriander powder 4-6 dry roasted Red chilli 2 Cardamom pods 1” Cinnamon 1 bay leaf ½ cup onion sliced ¼ cup Bread crumb or more 1-2 tablespoon mint leaves (Chopped) (optional) Salt to your taste Oil for deep fry     How to make: Soak yellow split pea (chana /boter dal) in water for 4-5 hours

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Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Beef Recipes, Meat Recipes, Mutton Recipes | 0 comments

Quick and Easy Meat Kofta Curry / Meat ball Curry

Quick and Easy Meat Kofta Curry / Meat ball Curry

  Some says if we don’t need to buy food, we would save a lot. But I say if we don’t need to eat , we won’t work  ….to balance work, house work, shopping, cooking and those lazy days we do not even feel like to cook, my short cut recipe comes without compromising the taste…. Quick and easy Meat kofta Curry. If you have ingredients, it is very and easy. Meat ball / Kofta  does nt take long to cook. I even add carrot , capsicum in kofta to make more healthy.  Hope you will like it. Thanks. Ingredients: For Kofta: 300 grams meat mince(keema) or boneless meat 1 medium onion 1 tomato 2 green chillies ½ teaspoon crusted black pepper 1 teaspoon  ginger paste 1 tablespoon chopped fresh coriander leaves/ mint leaves(optional) Salt to taste For Curry: 3 tablespoon onion paste ½ cup milk or 3 tablespoons coconut milk 1 teaspoon chilli powder ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder ½ teaspoon coriander powder 1 teaspoon ginger paste 1 teaspoon garlic

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Posted by on Aug 21, 2014 in Chicken Recipes, Meat Recipes, Vegetables | 0 comments

Tomato Dolma / Tomator Dolma

Tomato Dolma / Tomator Dolma

  I am making Tomato Dolma / Tomator Dolma in Bangladeshi style with gravy but you can bake or grill it, if you want healthier one. And I am using meat today for stuffing but you can make it with fish, prawn (my fav) and even with vegetables. For meat beef and chicken are preferable. If you donet even like tomato, you will love it(it tastes so good). It is a very simple recipe, so please try. Thanks. Ingredients: 400 grams mince meat 6-8 tomatoes(small size preferable) 1 and ½ tbsp. finely chopped onion 1/4 cup onion paste 2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves 1 tbsp ginger paste 1 tsp garlic paste ½ tsp chilli powder or to taste ½ tsp black pepper powder(optional) 2-3 green chilli chopped 1 bay leaf 2 cardamom pods ½” cinnamon stick 2 tbsp breadcrumbs ½ cup milk 1 tsp sugar 3 tbsp oil Salt to taste     How to make: Use a sharp knife to slice the top off each tomato. Use a teaspoon

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Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Beef Recipes, Iftar Recipes, Meat Recipes | 1 comment

Suti Kabab / Sutli Kabab

Suti Kabab / Sutli Kabab

  Ramadan Mubarrak. In Bangladesh Ramadan and iftar in Puran Dhaka  are inseparable or entangle . Puran Dhaka is famous for its traditional food and Suti Kabab / Sutli Kabab (specially in Iftar) stands there with glory. This kabab goes well with paratha and puffed rice(muri). Hope everyone is having a blessed Ramadan and may Allah accept all of our fasts, our prayers, our efforts. I hope this finds everyone in good health as well. Thanks. Ingredients: 500 gm boneless beef 400 gm beef mince ½ cup onion chopped ½ cup chick peas flour(besan) 1 tsp ginger paste 1tsp garlic paste 1 tsp mustard paste 2 tsp white poppy seed paste 2 tsp green papaya paste (pepe bata) ½ tsp allspice(kababchini) ½ tsp black pepper powder(optional) ½ tsp coriander powder 1 tbsp chilli powder 2 tbsp green chilli 2 tbsp coriander leaf 2 tbsp oil 1 egg Salt to taste Also need 4 skewers, cotton thread, 1/3 cup fried onion and ½ tsp garam masala.          

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Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Bread, Egg Recipes, Meat Recipes | 3 comments

Shawarma Kabab

Shawarma Kabab

  Shawarma Kabab is not actually Bangladeshi Food but very popular in Bangladesh. Sauce varies store to store and country to country. Even you can use mayonnaise as a sauce. It’s a bit long process though very easy and hard to go wrong. Enjoy. Content goes here For wrap (bread): 2 cups flour 1 tablespoon yeast 1tablespoon oil ½ tablespoon sugar Salt to taste Lukewarm water Flour to roll For Meat: 400 gm boneless chicken breast (cut into thin strips) 400 gm boneless beef (cut into thin strips) 2 teaspoon chilli powder 2 teaspoon black pepper powder 1 teaspoon allspice (kababchini) 2 teaspoon garlic 3 tablespoon yogurt(tok doi) 2 tablespoon lemon juice 2 teaspoon papaw paste / meat tenderizer (for beef) 2 tablespoon oil(or less) Salt to taste For Sauce: 1 large boiled potato 4 cloves of garlic or to taste 3 tablespoon mayonnaise 3 tablespoons yoghurt  ½ teaspoon sesame seed paste  1 and 1/2 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon chilli powder (to taste) Salt to

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Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 in Beef Recipes, Meat Recipes | 12 comments

Mezban Beef Curry / মেজবান / মেজবানের গোশত

Mezban Beef Curry / মেজবান / মেজবানের গোশত

  Mezban Persian word literally meaning a host. The word now means ‘community feasting’, a tradition that originated in Chittagong region. It is usually hosted by rich people and the main occasion to organise it is the observance of the 12th day of the lunar month Rabiul Awal, the date of birth and death of hazrat muhammad (Sm). Other occasions include the death anniversary of an individual, the birth of a child, any special achievement by someone, inauguration of a new business, or celebration of the entrance to a new residence.It is not obligatory for the mezban to invite anybody individually. The invitation is open and according to tradition, once the information about organisation of mezban is made public, it becomes a social responsibility for all to join it.Organising a mezban symbolises a high profile of the host. Mezban organisers take pride in the number of people joining the feast, which sometimes may go up to a few thousands. A notable feature of the mezban is its simple menu: just rice

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Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Meat Recipes, Mutton Recipes | 0 comments

Sorishar tel-e khasir kalia / Mutton curry with mustard oil

Sorishar tel-e khasir kalia / Mutton curry with mustard oil

Sorishar tel-e khasir kalia / Mutton curry with mustard oil is my Goalondo Chicken curry inspired Mutton curry. I have nt used any Garam masala here to keep flavour of mustard oil. Mustard oil was used to use vastly as cooking oil about 30 year. Nowadays it is not that popular for its higher price till there are same dishes where mustard oil is a essential ingredient. Enjoy. Ingredients: 1 kg mutton 2 cups onion chopped 1 tablespoon garlic chopped 1 and ½ tablespoons ginger paste ½ tablespoon chilli powder 8-10 green chillies sliced 1 teaspoon turmeric powder 1/3 cup mustard oil 1 bay leaf Salt to taste How to make: Clean and wash mutton and place in a strain to get rid of water. Mix mutton in cooking pan with garlic, ginger, onion, chilli powder and turmeric; keep it aside at least for half hour. Add oil, bay leaf and ½ teaspoon salt; cook over medium heat till oil is separated and all water dries out. Add green chillies

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Posted by on Aug 2, 2013 in Eid Special Recipes, Meat Recipes, Mutton Recipes | 2 comments

Khasir Glassy / Mutton Glassy

Khasir Glassy / Mutton Glassy

  Khasir Glassy / Mutton Glassy is traditional Old Dhaka (Puran Dhakaiya) Meat curry. Khasir Glassy / Mutton Glassy is supposed to have thick oil layer which looks like glass ( Very rich dish) but easy to make. Its actually more like rich soup and close Nihari. Enjoy. Ingredients: • 1 kg Mutton(big curry cut and leg meat preferable) • 6-8 boiled Eggs • ½ cup onion paste • ¼ cup ginger paste • 2 tbs garlic paste • 1 tbs nut powder(cashews) • 1 tables sliced roasted nuts(cashews, almond or pistachio) • 1 tbs sultana(kismis) • 3 tbs ghee/clarified butter • ½ ts cardamom powder • ½ ts cinnamon powder •  ¼ ts nutmeg powder(jayphol) • 1 cup milk • ½ cup milk powder • ½ cup onion sliced • 8-12 green chillies sliced • ½ cup oil • Salt to taste • 1/3 cup cream for garnish (optional)     How to make: In a pan add ghee and fry onion till it becomes gold brown. Remove fried

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