I mean it . This is probably the most simple (or simplest) recipe I have ever worked with, especially with meat. You don't even have to chop anything ... I mean how much simpler could it get. Well the garnish (some may say...) but that's optional , you don't "have" to do it ! So go ahead , try this recipe , I am sure you will love it.
2 tbsp. Oil,
1 lb. lamb/goat/beef meat,
1 tsp. ginger paste,
1 tsp. garlic paste,
Salt, to taste
1/2 - 1 tsp. red chili powder, again depending on how spicy you want,
1/2 tsp black pepper powder,
Cilantro, for garnishing
Heat oil, add meat and fry till its no longer pink, add ginger , garlic pastes, salt, red chili powder, pepper powder and fry for few mins. Add enough water for the meat to cook. Cook on med- high heat till the meat is cooked and the water has evaporated. Garnish with cilantro and lemon wedges.
This is a perfect accompaniment for dal chawal. I don't make it too dry , I like to have some gravy so that it sticks to the meat.
This is my entry to Original recipe event hosted by Culinarty.