Mutton Keema Recipe – How to make Keema

Keema is a dish from Indian subcontinent, associated with the mughals. This dish was served on special occasions and events like weddings and celebrations. Mutton keema has various cooking styles across different states in India. The one listed here is cooked in a south Indian style and tastes amazing. Its a very easy recipe and anyone can make. Please follow the recipe step by step and enjoy this amazing dish with your loved ones.

Preperation Time – 15 minutes
Cooking time – 45 Minutes
Cooked by -Ujawal Singh
Serves – 3-4
Type – Indian Non Veg Dish

Ingredients to make mutton Keema.
Minced Mutton 500 gms
2 Onions finely chopped
Garlic cloves 10
Ginger garlic paste
Curry leaves 10-12
Green Chilly
Garam Masala
Turmeric Powder
Coriander Powder
Red Chilly powder

Method to make Mutton Keema.
1- Wash the minced mutton 3-4 times, until nice and clean.
2- In the minced mutton add 2 finely chopped onions , 2 tsp ginger garlic paste , garlic roughly chopped , salt as per taste , curry leaves , 1 green chilly chopped , 1/2 tsp turmeric powder , 2 tsp coriander powder , 3-4 tsp Garam masala , 1 tsp red chilly powder ,2 tsp refined oil and mix it all together.
3- Heat a kadhai or pan and add 7-8 tsp oil.
4- Add the minced meat in oil and cook until meat water is completely evaporated.
5- Once water is evaporated , roast the minced meat in oil for 7-8 minutes on a medium flame.
6- Add 2 cups water and cook it on a medium flame until water gets evaporated again.
7- Once water gets evaporated , let it cook on a medium flame for 30-35 minutes until completely cooked or oil is released.
8: Garnish it with fresh coriander leaves.
9- Serve it hot with Kulcha or Pav.

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