Dry Beef prepared in Malabar style is a delicious non-vegetarian favourite of North Kerala. The hot and spicy accompaniment of cubed beef cooked in aromatic spices and sautéed with coconut slices is simply irresistible. Restaurants sell Parotta with Malabar Style Dry Beef which is a hot Thattukada dish both among young as well as old alike. The dry beef dish can be served with both appam and dosas too.
Raw beef pieces are marinated in a ground masala mixture and cooked until done. Cooked beef pieces are sautéed with sliced small onions and other spicy ingredients. The authentic flavour and taste of the natural spices makes Malabar Style Beef Fry simply special. Try the well illustrated Malabar Style Beef Fry today itself and enjoy.
It came out well but I had to do something major to cover the somewhat awful smell of onion after opening the cooker.
Guess what I did, I added tamarind juice to it. It masked the smell of onions. I suggest that the onions be fried before it is made into a paste.
inever tried this
but the recipe looks promising,
This came out real gud…pakka thattu kada style(believe me..its a compliment!!)!!!…everybody has to try this recipe..thx rosy!!
I liked it.Tried exactly the same way.Came out well.
i tried this recipe yesterday, took it to office and everyones devoured it. was just awesome, they all loved it.