Keema Bhara Karela Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Keema Bhara Karela Recipe



Keema Bhara Karela is stuffed karela with mince is a very delicious Pakistani dish, as well as bitter gourd, contains on natural blood purifier and has numerous benefits, today I am sharing stuffed bitter gourd with mince that I did divide into two parts in which first I shared method of removing the bitterness of karela that have already shared yesterday of which is giving link below the given ingredients list, and another one now sharing stuffed karela with mince



Try out of this wonderful recipe of stuffed bitter gourd, incredibly easy and simple along with tasteful_I am using beef mince you can use lamb, mutton, or chicken as desired, main ingredients are mince, bitter gourd, and onions with tomato
Let’s go-ahead to know how to make stuffed bitter gourd with Mince
                             
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    Preparation of keema bhara karela:
    Firstly wash the keema under the running water place on a colander for removing excess water

    wash-the-mince-under-the-running-water

    Take all ingredients and prepare all veggies besides spices

             
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    crushed-the-cumin-and-black-peppercorn


    Chop ginger and green chilies set aside

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    Fry bitter gourd:
    Heat the oil in the wok/pan and shallow fry the karela from both sides for 2-3 minutes

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    shallow-fry-karela-from-both-sides-for-2-3-minutes

    Drain them out from oil and place on the plate


    drain-bitter-gourd-from-oil-and-place-on-tray-plate

    Cook keema:
    Take another pot and heat the oil for preparing masala, put onion slices and saute them for 5 minutes until translucent then add tomatoes

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    put-onions-and-tomatoes-in-the-oil


    Mix them well and  now cover the lid until soften, Then add chopped ginger and green chilies stir to mix well


    cook-the-tomatoes-until-they-are-softened
    add-chopped-ginger-green-chillies-into-the-fried-onions

    Now add crushed spices powder and mix well further, then add all dried spices powder 

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    now-put-all-spices-powder

    Cook masala on medium-low flame till oil comes on the surface, put keema and ginger garlic paste

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    put-keema-into-massala

    Stir to well combine mince with onion spices, cover the lid and cook it until water dries out

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    cook-the-keema-until-water-dries-out

    Now stuffing keema is ready to fill in the bitter gourd

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    Stuff filling:
    Take one karela and stuff it with keema and firmly tie the karela with thread, repeat the same process with all remaining bitter gourds 

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    Place stuffed karela over remaining keema and spread some keema over bitter gourds, simmer keema bhara karela on low heat for 5-10 minutes then stuffed karela is ready to serve

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    Now transfer to the serving dish
      

    The best hot serve to the stuffed bitter gourd with Naan and Rotis along with (toranja) Lemon onion slices with green chilies
                                   
    simmer-the-karela





    Keema Bhara Karela is stuffed karela with mince is very delicious Pakistani dish, as well as bitter gourd, contain on natural blood purifier

    Ingredients:
    1. 700g, mince beef/chicken/mutton or lamb
    2. 300g, bitter gourd  removing bitterness
    3. 1 cup, onions
    4. 2 large size, tomatoes
    5. 1 tbsp, ginger garlic paste
    6. 150ml,oil
    7. 1 tsp, crushed cumin seeds
    8. ½ tsp, crushed black peppercorn
    9. Salt to taste
    10. 1 tbsp, chopped ginger
    11. 1 tbsp, green chilies
    12. I tbsp, crushed red chili
    13. 1 tbsp, crushed coriander seeds
    14. ½ tsp, turmeric powder
    15. ½ tsp, basic garam masala
    16. ½ tsp, fennel seeds
    17. 1/3 tsp, nigella
    18. 1 tsp, Kashmiri red chili powder
    19. 1 cup, oil for frying karalla
    20. 1 tbsp, lemon juice
    21. As required, thread 
    How to make a keema karela?

    Instructions:
    1. In the wok/frying pan heat the oil and fry karela on medium-low heat 
    2. Each side fry for 2 minutes
    3. Now drain them out from oil and keep aside
    4. Now other side heat the oil in the pot
    5. Note, can be used the same oil in which you have fried karela
    6. Add chopped onion and sauté them for 5 minutes on medium flame
    7. Keep on stirring until softened and translucent then add chopped tomatoes stir well and cover the lid and cook them until tomatoes are softened
    8. Remove the lid and add chopped green chilies and ginger
    9. Mix well then add crushed black peppercorn and cumin seeds
    10. Now add Kashmiri red chili powder, turmeric powder, salt, nigella, fennel seeds, coriander powder, crushed red chili powder, and lemon juice
    11. Cook them on medium-low flame till oil comes on top of the masala
    12. Then finally add washed mince along with ginger garlic paste
    13. Stir to well combine at this stage you can adjust salt to taste
    14. Now cover the lid and let it cook on medium-low flame until everything is incorporated
    15. Note, stuffed karela with mince is a dried curry you can’t add water because you let it cook its own masalas water
    16. Keema is ready to stuff in the bitter gourd
    17. Take one karela and stuff it with mince very well and tie it with thread from all sides
    18. The other hand heat the remaining mince into the pot then
    19. place stuffed bitter gourd over remaining keema and spread some keema over karela to take from the bottom       
    20. Now simmer it around 10 minutes over very low heat until aroma arisen
    21. Now Keema Bhara karela is ready to serve...
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