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February 20, 2009

Beef Pickle

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Pickles are an integral part of Indian cuisine.

Indian pickles come in a wide range of flavours and textures, differing in preparation, spices and oils used. Here's the recipe for a meat pickle.

Ingredients :    
Beef - 300 gm
Vinegar - 1 tsp
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Salt  
Boil beef with the above ingredients.
Chili powder - 2 - and 1/2 tbsp
Ginger minced
- 2 tsp
Garlic - 2 tsp
Grind chili powder, ginger and garlic.
Asafoetida - 1 tsp
Gingelly oil - 1 cup
Vinegar -  
Garlic whole 
- 1/2 cup
Ginger sliced
- 1/4 cup
Green chilies  - 1/4 cup
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Method:

Fry boiled beef and keep it aside. Fry whole garlic, sliced ginger, green chilies and curry leaves.

Add the ground chili paste. Sauté it well. Add the fried beef. Mix well then add vinegar and salt. As required.

When cold keep in airtight container.

 
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6 Comments

   Antony, MettirReplyPosted On:20/9/2018
Very good..
 
   Dechen, BhutanReplyPosted On:29/10/2016
I love your recipe.I would be very happy if you can tell me how to preserve it for a longer time. As m going to parcel it to my daughter. she will love it. THanx
   Anju, MumbaiPosted On : 11 - 12 - 2017
Thanks for the response.. i think i might well try this.. it looks yummy
 
   Renuka, kollamReplyPosted On:24/7/2010
I find this is the eastest beef pickle.Today I am going to make this.Hope it will come out well,yes Iam very confident.Thank you for this recipe.
 
   rajshree d'souza, mumbaiReplyPosted On:24/11/2009
Its too good and so much less effort required. Too good
 
   MANJU, uaeReplyPosted On:16/11/2009
VERY GOOD RECEIPE AND VERY EASY TO MAKE
 
   SAFEER ASSAINAR, KOYYODE HASSANMUKKUReplyPosted On:7/9/2009
WHAT A TASTE