Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Minced Meat

Ok so I said I'd blog some recipes from time to time so here's another one that doesnt require much effort that even if you're suffering from a massive hangover like I was you can complete. Its a basic dry mince curry that will satisfy your hunger if you not in the mood to chew whole meat.

300-500g Lamb mince
1 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp turmeric powder
2 tsp chilli power
2 green chilli's chopped
1 red chilli chopped
1 clove garlic
tiny bit of grated ginger
2 cinnamon sticks
1 dried clove
1½ onion coarsely chopped
½ green pepper
1 soft tomato
½ cup sour milk
1 tbsp oil

ok I'll admit, its not the best looking thing
Rinse your mince out as they maybe excess blood in it, we dont want that in there now. add the salt, black pepper, tumeric power, chilli powder, green chilli's, red chilli, ginger & garlic. Mix well and allow to stand for 15 minutes.
the onions & green pepper
In a pot heat your oil, add you cinnamon sticks & dried clove, when they begin to sizzle add your onion & green pepper. Allow them to go limp, then move to one side of the pot and add your mince mixture in the pot. Make sure you continuously mix the mince otherwise it will be lumped up. Once the mince starts to get cooked, you can mix it up with the onion and green pepper.

mince one side, onions & pepper on the other
Take your soft tomato and grate into a bowl, add you sour milk to it, mix it well and add it to your mince. Mix into your mince & allow for excess water to burn out.

 Again I made a quick and easy "roti" which consists of cake flour, oil, salt & water.

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