10 Minute Trick- Indian Food

I made a recipe today from Stovetop Indian Cooking a little cookbook I bought from a hole in the wall restaurant in Lynchburg City Market. The owner highly recommended this cookbook. It has not let us down! Everything is delish. Amazon has some used for .98. If I were you, I’d get right on that…

Balti Lamb Tikka I (or beef)

1 lb lamb or beef cut into strips

3/4 c plain yogurt (or 175 ml)

1 tsp each of…

ground cumin, ground coriander, chili powder, garlic pulp, salt,  garam masala

2 tbs chopped fresh coriander (cilantro)

2 tbs lemon juice

Marinate all of the above for at least one hour. I put it all together in the morning (took less than 10 min) and then cooked before dinner.

Cook: 2 tbs corn oil

 and 1 tbs tomato puree

add marinated meat a few strips at a time.

add in 

2 chilis (optional if you want it spicey)

1 green bell pepper

Simmer until meat is tender. Serve with basmatti rice. Indian food can often be labor intense and complicated. This was seriously one of the simplest and fastest indian dishes I have ever made and will make again… soon!

One Response to “10 Minute Trick- Indian Food”

  1. Bobbie says:

    looks & sounds fab!! I love your new look on the blog too. I might have to buy that book… I’ll see if it’s on KINDLE.

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