Indian beef curry. Succulent meat and aromatic spices combine to create the ultimate curry full of flavor and deliciousness. Bring on the cooler weather with a comforting bowl of this curry served with fragrant rice. Clearly, the best way to showcase the unique taste of an authentic curry.
When autumn (fall) arrives, one of my favorite sights are the trees and footpaths covered in pretty leaves. I really love the different shades of yellows and oranges, and diving deep in the beauty of this natural wonder is the best way to unwind and relax.
The slight chill in the air also divert my attention to comfort foods that can warm you inside out. Ending the day with a delicious hearty meal featuring this Indian beef curry is just perfection.
The secret to the perfect beef curry is allowing the beef pieces to cook in a delectable masala sauce and let them absorb the flavors. Not sure how to make the best Indian style beef curry? Come on, let’s start cooking.
I want to share with you two ways of making this curry – in pressure cooker and on stovetop. To be honest, I prefer the first method in which the meat is cooked quickly making them really soft and succulent. If you want to cook slowly, the latter stovetop method is the way to go. Either way, this Indian beef curry is going to be super delicious .
First, quick and easy pressure cooker method. Add the diced beef along with ground spices, ginger, garlic and onions. Don’t forget salt and pepper. Cook for about 5-6 whistles. The meat pieces need to be cooked through with a melt-in-mouth texture. Do not add water as water from the meat will create a very thick sauce.
While meat is getting cooked in the pressure cooker, make a spicy rich sauce comprising of few dried spices, ground spices and onions. I have also added some fresh coconut slices, but it’s totally optional in this recipe. The cooked beef along with the gravy or sauce goes into this spicy rich sauce making the most delicious Indian beef curry.
For stovetop method, make the sauce first and then cook beef in the sauce slowly. This method will require a longer cooking time, but it’s the best option if you don’t own a pressure cooker. Both methods of cooking will give you perfectly cooked and delicious curry with lots of flavor.
I have to say, this Indian beef curry makes for the perfect side dish for your next meal.
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