Devil Meat (Beef or Lamb)
500 Grams Boneless Beef or Lamb(to be cut into small sized cubes and boiled with ½ tsp turmeric, 3 tbsp. vinegar, ½ tsp salt and 1/3 cup water). Pressure Cooked or in a vessel till cooked.
1Big Onion Chopped fine
1 Small Tomato chopped fine
3 Sprigs Curry leaves
200 to 250 Gms Potatoes peeled and cut into small cubes
3 green chillies chopped fine
3 Red Chilles chopped fine
½ tsp salt (to taste-if required)
Place a pan or vessel on gas or electric stove. Add oil. When hot add curry leaves and fry till rawness goes. Add chopped onions and chopped tomato. Fry well.
Add chopped chillies (green & red) and fry for few minutes. Add the water (boiled meat), cubed potatoes and boiled meat and cook till meat becomes dry. Add salt if required. If there is excess water-do not close lid while cooking potatoes and allow the water to evaporate.
Good for picnic, work lunch, with bread or rotis.
Stuffed Mackerel/Pomfret Fry
7 Big Mackerels
2 Green Chillies
1 inch Ginger
8 Flakes Garlic
Few coriander Leaves
4 Spoons Salt-Chillie Paste ( See recipe for Salt-Chillie Paste)
Few Curry Leaves
Clean the Mackerels and make a slit along the back of the Mackerel to make a pocket. Marinate the Mackerels with the salt chillie paste ( use as much as required) and keep aside for half an hour.
Chop all the green masala. Keep a pan on fire. Add oil and when hot add the curry leaves and then onions and allow to fry a bit. When onions turn slightly brown add the chillies, ginger & garlic and fry for some more time. Add the tomatoes and fry well. Then add the chillie paste and fry well. When the mixture has fried well add the coriander leaves and mix well. Cool it completely.
Fill the mixture into the pocket which you have made in the Mackerel and also in the stomach.
Place a pan on fire, put some oil for frying and shallow fry the Mackerel. After about 7 minutes check if the Mackerel is fried and can be turned over. Now turn to the other side and fry for 5 minutes.
Remove and it is ready to eat. You may have this with some Sliced onions and green chillie (sliced) mixed in some vinegar and salt (salad).
Brinjal (Egg Plant or Aubergine) in Yoghurt Salad
4 Green Chillies
1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder
3/4 Tsp Turmeric Powder
1 Tsp Salt
750 gms Yoghurt
Oil for frying
Coriander Leaves for Garnishing
Slice the Brinjal into thin rings. If the rings are big, cut them into half. Mix with salt, chilli powder, turmeric powder and keep aside.
Slice Onions into rings and slice the green chillies
Beat the Yoghurt slightly till it becomes smooth (no lumps).
In a Pan, heat oil and fry the Brinjal slices in batches till they are slightly crispy (not burnt). Remove and keep aside. Then fry the onions slices till they lose their rawness and remove. Then slightly fry the sliced green chillies.
In a bowl make layers of fried Brinjal, Onions, chillies and yoghurt till all finished. Garnish with coriander leaves. You can serve it immediately or keep in fridge before serving.