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Thursday, 3 December 2009

Keema Burger

* Minced Mutton (Keema) : 250 gms
* Onion (finely chopped) : 200 gms.
* Ginger-Garlic (grated) : 4tsp.
* Red Chilly powder : 2tsp.
* Salt
* Sugar :1tsp
* lemon juice : 2tsp
* Turmeric powder
* Refined oil.
* Finely chopped Corriander leaves.
* Finely chopped spring onion
* Garam Masala Powder.
* a little cornflour and bread crumb as a binder.


* Boil the Mutton Keema along with salt and turmeric powder in a pressure cooker by adding water that is just sufficient to cook the keema.

* Then add the onion and fry till it becomes golden brown in colour.
* Add ginger-garlic and lemon juice
* Saute for 5 minutes.
* Then add salt, sugar, turmeric powder garam masala powder.
* Finally add the boiled keema and mix thoroughly with the masalas.
* Sprinkle Chopped dhaniya and spring onion from top.
Add a little corn flour and bread crumb to make it dry.
Make large balls and flatten keeping inside your palm to make keema patty. Take a non stick pan and grease with 1 tsp refined oil. Place each keema patty on the nonstick and keep for 20 mins. Place the patty inside the burger bread.
Heat on a OTG for 10 mins. Serve with french fries.

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Roshmi Sinha said...

Wonderful! Jibe jol eshe gelo.

Kintu recipe-ta to dekhte pachchi na :(

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

ok I will post the recipe with in a couple of days...
actually Pao-bhaji ta to simple...leftover Ghugney diye banano jai....only you need the typical PAO (bread)and fry it in Butter (without being generous !. Only thing is Nonveg Ghugney te anek veggies (capsicum,cauliflower,Dhaniya pata,onion, green chillies ) diye ar sathe Paobhaji powder diye fry kore Pao r sathe serve kora jai!!'IT's NOT a BIG DEAL...

Sucharita Sarkar said...

darun lobhoniyo dekhtey. aar eta sahajei nijer moto korey banano jabey. tabey kima ta besh shukno korey banatey habey, aar aamar aabbar ektu jholer haath beshi. recipe r opekkhaye roilam.

Roshmi Sinha said...

No, No... I know how to make pav bhaji.

My comments on your last 2 posts were essentially FYI.

I thought you have posted them along with the recipe... but it was not showing up.