Keema Do Pyaza

A flavour bomb recipe for all the meat lovers, the bespoke keema do pyaza, brought to you in a simple and easy format, providing you with a recipe that makes the process a whole lot easy for you. Try out this recipe right now and get to know how easy it is to cook good food.


Table of Content

  1. What is Keema Do Pyaaza?
  2. Quick and Easy Keema Do Pyaaza
  3. How to make Keema Do Pyaaza ?
  4. Expert Tips
  5. Recipe Card


What is Keema Do Pyaaza?

​​Keema Do Pyaza is essentially a mutton keema masala prepared the traditional Indian way, in the form of a curry with onion and tomato cubes added at the end to bring another layer of texture and flavour to the dish. It's a curry that consists mainly of minced meat and onions.


 More Keema Recipes

1. Black Rice Vegetable Keema Biryani

2. Veg Keema Kulcha Bake


Quick and Easy Keema Do Pyaaza

If you're looking for simple recipes to cook, you've stumbled upon the right path. This recipe is proof that good food is not rocket science, and it's a recipe that even children would happily eat. Keema do Pyaza, a recipe that can be easily prepared with ingredients available at your home, is something that you should definitely make.. 


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    How to make Keema Do Pyaaza ?

    1) In a large bowl of mutton keema, add salt, chilli powder and chopped garlic. Mix all of it together with your hands and let it marinate for at least 30 minutes.
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    2) Heat a Cast Iron Skillet and add mustard oil to it, fry some ginger, garlic, onions and green chillies into the oil. Finish it off with tomato puree
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    3) Add the marinated mutton keema to the masala and incorporate it. Add all the dry spices to the keema and mix.
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    4) Add some water for cooking the keema. Follow up with some cubes of onions and tomatoes and cook them till they are soft.
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    5) Finish off the recipe with some garam masala and fresh coriander, mix and serve it hot in a bowl. Garnish with some ginger juliennes and fresh coriander leaves.
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    Expert Tips

    1) Make sure to marinate the mutton, as unlike chicken, mutton keema takes longer to cook.

    2) Cook the onions and tomato puree completely before adding the water.

    3) The dried spices at the end need to be thoroughly cooked with the keema or they could taste unpleasant.

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