Fried Keema Dal Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Fried Keema Dal Recipe

                                                              
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Fried Keema Dal | Fried Dal Keema || How to make dal keema with step by step photos 



Fried Dal Keema is a yummy, flavored, aromatic, and spicy dish. Keema or minced meat cooked with channa dal in an amazing spicy masala gravy. This a delicious recipe is made by adapting to the restaurant-style.

Though this recipe contains high calories meal as I have been telling that all traditional meals become so delicious if you make it with ghee but if you have health issue then must be skipped using ghee in traditional dishes.you can use healthy low-calorie oil  

 

You can make this fried keema dal with lamb, chicken, or mutton. I used here beef mince additionally you can also skip chana dal from this recipe and can be served only fried keema or added beans or green peas of your choice             

                            

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WHAT IS KEEMA?

Keema literally means to mince anything. In broader terms, keema means Indian Pakistani curried minced meat. The usual ingredients are ground meat of lamb, mutton or beef, fried onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, and Indian spices like cumin, turmeric, chilies, cinnamon, cardamom, clove, and pepper. Cilantro is almost always used to garnish. 

What else can I add in Keema?

If you love a combo of veggies, you can add green pea to make keema Matar curry or potato to make Aloo keema curry.

 

Another trick is to fry the mince until you see a golden brown ting in qeema (browning) and oil separates profusely. This is like searing and is called bhuna ( bhun-na) in Urdu.  Serve it with nan, chapati or roti, raita, and some fresh cucumber salad.


For the best result follow my detailed step by step photo instructions and tips

                                                    
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Recipe notes:

  1. Mince meat: Best tasting fried keema is made with beef mince that has 20% fat. However, for the healthy options, you may take low fat, lamb leg mince.
  2. Ghee: in this recipe ghee is the key to enhancing the taste bud since in all traditional foods can’t be compromised with the taste but as I have mentioned above you can use oil I will recommend olive oil or corn oil
  3.  Ginger garlic: chopped ginger garlic will be used in this recipe as fresh chopped ginger garlic produced earthly taste in the meal
  4. Bengal gram: lentil quantity 4rth part of the mincemeat, most important don’t overcook chana dal in this we required 90% cooked chana dal and the rest of 10% will cook with mincemeat
  5. Roasting keema: to make a delicious the recipe depends on roasting keema with spices and ghee the more you will roast keema the taste will enhance
  6. If you want best-tasting keema bursting with traditionally Pakistani restaurant flavors, use fresh spices. This means use freshly minced ginger, garlic, and chilies. The fresher than better

For more similar recipes:

Achari keema

Turai keema

Egg keema

Keema Pav

Kache keema kabab

Mince samosa

Keema naan

Keema bhara karela
Stuffed mince chilies


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To begin this recipe firstly soaks chana dal in the warm water for an hour

                        

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Take all veggies and prepare them all

                              

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Rinse the mincemeat so that all blood could be removing

                        

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Boil the gram lentil in the 1 ½ glass water till 90%

                     

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Put all whole spices in the pan

                  

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Dry roast them together for a few seconds until it is fragrant

                         

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Grind them to a fine powder in the mortar or grinder jar

                       
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Combine the mincemeat, onion slices, chopped tomatoes, chopped ginger-garlic in the pot, Stir to mix them together until everything is incorporated

                        

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Next, add powder spices such as red chili powder, red chili flakes, turmeric powder, and salt

Further, mix up very well, Pour 1 ½ cup water and then bring it to boil, Put the lid on. And allow cooking for 10-15 minutes on medium flame

               

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Remove the lid and you will see the water is getting almost dry, At this stage add Kashmiri red chili powder then mix well

                     

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Keep mixing until water dries out. Next, add roasted ground spices to the mince mixture, Combine well together

                 

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Now add ghee and yogurt to the mince. Ghee quantity in this recipe is kept more

                     

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Keep frying keema for 10 minutes on medium flame, Reduce the flame to low and add boiled chana dal to the mince

          

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Stir to mix them together for 5 minutes on low-medium flame 

At this point adjust the spices, ghee, and salt. Pour 1 cup more water into the mince


                      

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When you will see keema dal has reached the boiling point then put the fried brown onion and garam masala

                        

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At the end of the recipe add some green chilies

                   

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Stir to mix up well, Simmer the fried keema dal for 5 minutes on very low flame  

                   

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Fried keema dal is done

                   

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Transfer the fried keema dal to the serving dish and garnish with coriander and green chilies

                        

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Serve hot fried keema dal with roti or onion salad


                                 
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Fried Keema Dal is a yummy, flavored, aromatic, and spicy dish. Keema or minced meat cooked with channa dal in an amazing spicy masala gravy. This delicious recipe is made by adapting to the restaurant style.


Ingredients for boiling keema:

  1. 500g, beef mince
  2. 2 pcs, tomatoes chopped
  3. I tbsp, ginger chopped
  4. 1 tbsp, garlic cloves chopped
  5. 1 large-sized,onion sliced
  6. 1 tsp, red chili powder
  7. Salt to taste
  8. ½ tsp, turmeric powder
  9. 1 tsp, red chili flakes
  10. 1 tsp, Kashmiri red chili powder

For roasted spices:

  1. 1 ½ tsp, coriander seeds
  2. 1 tsp, cumin seeds
  3. ½ tsp, fennel seeds
  4. ½ tsp, black peppercorn

Other ingredients:

  1. 125g, gram Bengal boiled
  2. 1 tsp, garam masala
  3. A handful, fresh coriander leaves
  4. 6-8 pcs, green chilies
  5. 2 tbsp, yogurt
  6. 2 tbsp, fried brown onion 
How to make the fried keema dal?
  1. Combine the mincemeat, onion slices, chopped tomatoes, chopped ginger-garlic in the pot
  2. Stir to mix them together until everything is incorporated
  3. Next, add powder spices such as red chili powder, red chili flakes, turmeric powder, and salt
  4. Further, mix up very well
  5. Pour 1 ½ cup water and then bring it to boil
  6. Put the lid on
  7. And allow cooking for 10-15 minutes on medium flame
  8. Remove the lid and you will see the water is getting almost dry
  9. At this stage add Kashmiri red chili powder then mix well
  10. keep mixing until water dries out
  11. Next, add roasted ground spices to the mince mixture
  12. Combine well together
  13. Now add ghee and yogurt to the mince
  14. Ghee quantity in this recipe is kept more  
  15. Keep frying keema for 10 minutes on medium flame
  16. Reduce the flame to low and add boiled chana dal to the mince
  17. Stir to mix them together for 5 minutes on low-medium flame
  18. At this point adjust the spices, ghee, and salt
  19. Pour 1 cup more water into the mince
  20. I just added more ghee as per my taste total ghee quantity in my recipe is 125g, you can more or less as desired
  21. When you will see keema dal has reached the boiling point then put the fried brown onion and garam masala
  22. At the end of the recipe add some green chilies
  23. Stir to mix up well
  24. Simmer the fried keema dal for 5 minutes on very low flame
  25. Fried keema dal is done
  26. Transfer the fried keema dal to the serving dish
  27. And garnish with coriander leaves and green chilies
  28. Serve hot fried keema dal with roti or onion salad

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