My absolute favourite Indian meal is this keema curry dish. I can assure you that you will enjoy this lunch if you want to try something a little unique.
You won’t want to order takeout after trying this quick and simple keema curry recipe.
I make this recipe almost every week. I have now mastered this keema recipe and I can make this recipe blindfolded and be confident that I won’t make a mistake.
A variety of recipes, including keema matar, aloo keema, keema naan, and keema pulao, include minced meat known as keema, which is highly popular in the Indian subcontinent.
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With my delicious keema curry recipe, you’re definitely in for a treat.
When it comes to keema curry, lamb is typically the only meat your local take-out uses. Although I adore lamb, I am aware that some of you might prefer different meat for your keema curry.
The good news is that I have also made this using chicken keema and it was a delight. If you don’t fancy any meat then you can substitute for quorn.
Keema curry can be served with rice or chapatis, it’s down to personal preference. I normally eat keema with chapati and my kids have it with rice but when I am in an unhealthy mode, I have it with paratha.
If your kids are fussy eaters, then you can make this keema curry, spread it on a chapati, roll it up, and bingo! Now, you got yourself a keema wrap ready to go.
The best thing about this curry is that it is quick and simple to make. In addition, there are countless versions that are all as appealing.
Actually, almost any available vegetable can be used to prepare minced meat. I’ve tried testing with capsicum, bitter gourd, and spinach with great success.
In this recipe, I used lamb but you can also use mutton or beef and it will still taste delicious. This simple keema recipe works well on its own as a curry and doesn’t side dish.
Can cooked mince be frozen?
It will keep its optimum quality when stored properly for around a month or two, but it will continue to be secure beyond that.
Is keema and mince the same?
On the Indian subcontinent, minced meat is referred to as keema or qeema.
What is the best way to use keema?
Keema can be stuffed into samosas or naan or barbecued on a skewer and referred to as seekh kebab.
Is keema good for your health?
As tasty as it may be, keema should only be consumed in moderation because a high-sodium diet raises blood pressure. In addition, keema contains vitamins and minerals like potassium, which helps control blood pressure, and vitamin A, which is good for vision.
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Hi Nabeela. I’m one of those people to whom coriander taste like soap. Can I just leave it out or can you suggest an alternative? Thanks
Hi Nabeela I love my curries will this taste just like a takeaway also usually the curries we order are normally not as dense as this would I add more water to this can I use tin chopped tomatoes instead of fresh.
Hi Nabeela, I make this all the time! But I buy the mini naan breads from either Asda or Tesco, pop them in the toaster, then cut them open at the top and fill them with the Keema mince, then pop on a garnish of coriander…. easy eats! All my family love it and it’s so quick and easy!
Yum whether it’s freezing – this recipe warms the heart and soul – who needs central heating – I could eat this all the time.