Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Minced Mutton Paratha /Kheema Paratha

We rarely buy mutton and dont ask me about the minced meat here. Actually i prepare myself the mutton minced meat at home itself as we dont get that much easily here apart from the minced beef or minced pork.My kids were pestering me since a long to prepare their favourite kheema paratha and finally i made them last week for our evening dinner.

I quickly prepared this kheema and this stuffing doesnt need much spices especially no ginger garlic paste. Yep i completely skipped the ginger garlic paste and prepared quickly this kheema stuffing with minced meat,chopped onions,chopped coriander leaves,chopped green chillies,fennel seeds, garam masala and kitchen king masala, thats all.Your stuffing is ready,wat a quickest stuffing na. This kheema paratha tastes simply awesome and its doesnt even need any side dish to enjoy. If you are vegetarian,you can prepare the same stuffing with minced soya chunks,you can check my Soya Kheema Paratha.


1/2kg Minced mutton meat
2nos Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1tsp Kitchen king masala (storebought one)
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Salt
Oil
Chopped coriander leaves
2cups Wheat flour
Warm water (for kneading)
Salt

Pressure the minced mutton meat with half cup of water and turmeric powder upto 3 whistles. Strain the cooked water from the meat and keep aside.

Heat enough oil, fry the fennel seed powder, add the chopped onionsnchopped green chillies and saute for few minutes until the onions turns transculent.

Add the cooked minced meat,kitchen king masala,garam masala powder,salt and cook everything in simmer until the minced meat gets well coated with the masala.

Add the chopped coriander leaves to the kheema and put off the stove,keep aside and let it cool completely.

Mix the wheat flour,water and salt in a bowl,knead as a soft and smooth dough(add water if needed),keep aside for half an hour.

Make 6-7 medium sized balls..


Roll the dough as small circle,keep a small ball of the already prepared  kheema,close the edges of the dough,dust with enough flour and roll the dough as a paratha..

Heat a tawa, drop gently the paratha,drizzle few drops of oil, cook the paratha until they get well cooked on both sides..

Enjoy warm with your choice of side dish..

37 comments:

  1. looking yummy..i am hungry now...

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  2. superb parathas sis :) i am going to try them for sure :) looks so perfect...

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  3. Yummyyyy yummyyyyy ur header is reallyyy mouth wateringgggggg

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  4. so soft n delicious!!! never tried parathas with nonveg, will try soon!!!

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  5. Treat for non veg lovers:) look so soft sis

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  6. Now this is one filling, flavorful and delicious paratha...

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  7. i can feel d taste n smell of these yummy parathas.pass me sum priya di...

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  8. Kheema paratha looks delicious Priya.

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  9. What delicious looking parathas....your kids are lucky to have you as mom :)

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  10. simple n easy paratha.. sikkaram try pannugerren..

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  11. Sis, you are just incredible dear! I'm grabbing your paratha keema now! :)

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  12. this looks too good Priya.. I have never had it before.. would love to try. It has been in my wish list for a long time..WILL SURELY make this soon.nice clicks.

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  13. I want one nowww Priya.. I love these!

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  14. Wonderful Idea.. I will suprise my dad by making this dish.. he loves mutton..

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  15. Perfectly prepared paratha....i'm drooling looking at this...

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  16. Looks nice.Bookmarked ur soya kheema paratha :)

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  17. I am hungry Priya..Your parathas look so tempting and perfect..And the filling is killing !

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  18. I am a vegetarian so cannot comment on Mutton. But clicks are great

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  19. hmm.wish I could have a piece rite now :0

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  20. looks so good....nice picture...

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  21. Totally loving that stuffing. Will be a super hit with my huss, yum

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  22. The Paratha looks drool worthy Priya!! Loved the picture :)

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  23. super soft n yumm parathas,my fav one...

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  24. bookmarked. soon going to make it.

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  25. WoW !!! keema paratha looks tasty and yummy... want to grab now only...

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  26. Priya... You got to tell me how do you manage to post every single day! Kudos to u...!

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  27. This is just too yum, Priya!! Love the parathas and the filling. have had kheema dosa (though I dont make it) this is really a lovely recipe :)

    On another note I came to know about you (too)hosting cuponation event.. I too am.. and am simply amazed to see the number of entries you are getting..I am having very low entries until now..

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  28. hmm.wish I could have a piece rite now..

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  29. Love the stuffing dear,filling and yummy

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  30. Such an interesting parantha...loved it

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