Beef karahi. Amp up the flavors in your winter menu with rich curries. Tender beef, aromatic spices and beautiful creamy sauce make this a healthy dinner idea for any day of the week. Classic comfort food the whole family will love!
When cold and wet weather strikes, life can feel pretty dull and boring. One of the best ways to bring more warmth to gloomy winter evenings is with homemade food. So, how about whipping up restaurant quality meal at home to escape from mid winter blues?
Easy to make, melt-in-your-mouth tender beef karahi or beef kadai. This utterly delicious curry gets its name from the specially designed wok or kadai used to make it. The combination of tender beef and fragrant spices take this beautiful side dish to the next level. Trust me, it’s going to be an absolute favorite in your household.
How To Make Beef Karahi
The recipe starts with browning the meat in a little oil. This will seal the juices inside ensuring soft, tender meat big on flavor.
Next up, make the base sauce for beef karahi. To the browned beef, add onions, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, green chilies and spices. The spices include ground turmeric and red chili powder. Pour in water and beef stock. Cook until tender and soft.
Apart from turmeric and chili powder, you will also need a tablespoon of ground coriander. Let it cook for a few minutes. Now, stir in cream, yogurt and garam masala. If you don’t like cream, you can easily substitute it with coconut milk and cashew cream.
I also like to add a pinch of ground black pepper and ghee. The addition of ghee or butter adds to the richness of the sauce. Beef karahi is traditionally garnished with sliced ginger and green chilies.
More Beef Curry Recipes:
- Beef Madras
- Bombay Beef Curry
- Beef Masala
- Indian Beef Stew
- Instant Pot Beef Curry
- Beef Coconut Curry
- Beef Vindaloo
- Beef Korma
- Indian Beef Curry
- Kerala Beef Fry
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