Friday, December 2, 2011


Today, We have Fajeeda from Faji's Hot Pot for the guest post. She is a busy mom and wife. I was so surprised to learn that She also owns a catering business.. Oh yes ! I so wonder how she has all the time.

I do not have much time in hands today to keep writing.. So lets dive into her recipe.

I present you Fajeeda - in her own words..

Fajeeda's Guest Post

I'm Fajeeda from sharjah UAE.Happy to do a guest post for jabeen today as today is the 40th National Day Of UAE.I love to cook for my family with all the love.And cooking for my busy and naughty 3 kids is not so easy they are very fond of tasty food like their father.Now I have started a small catering at my home itself. Thats all about me.

I met jabeen through blogging and started chatting and now shes is a good friend to me.

Today i'm posting Beef Roast which is famous dish of Kerala.

Beef Roast:
Beef 1kg
shallots 1c
onions 2 big
tomato 1 big
garlic 1 bulb
ginger 1 big pc
green chillies 3 no:s
red chilly powder 1 tsp
turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
coriander powder 2tsp
Garam masala 1tsp
pepper powder 1 tsp
fennel seeds powder 2tsp
coconut oil
curry leaves 
coriander leaves

1.Cook the beef with half chilly powder and turmeric powder and salt in a pressure cooker till done.
2.In a pan heat coconut oil and add sliced shallots and onions.
3.When this becomes brown add ginger garlic paste.
4.Saute well and add the powders and mix well.
5.Now add the sliced tomatoes and mix well till the tomatoes are soft.
6.Put the cooked beef into thos masala and mix well.
7.Roast till all the water evapourates and becomes dark brown.
8.Add little coconut oil in between the roasting.
9.Add curry leaves and coriander leaves.
10. Serve hot with chappathis or parotta.


Plateful said...

Hey thanks for bringing over Fajeeda today, she's such a sweetheart. I love Kerala style beef roast--it's comfort food for me and my family. This looks too tempting!

Asha said...

Uhh.. tempting...slurp...slurp...

Ambreen said...

Looks fantastic, finger licking good! Great post & Good luck Fajeeda with the catering!

Priya said...

Yum, beef roast looks absolutely inviting,since we dont eat beef,let me try the same either with chicken or mutton..Thanks to Fajeeda for sharing.

anthony stemke said...

Really nice beef dish, I love the spices here.

Thank You.

divya said...

looks very tempting and delicious. Lovely dish.

SproutsOfSpring said...

This dish looks so delicious. I would like to try using fennel in a recipr. I don't think I've ever used it

Zareena said...

Lovely shots. This looks yummy.

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow....beef roast looks awesome dear....suddenly I have started feeling very hungry :-)

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