Beef curry Kerala style (Nadan Beef curry)


(Jane Jojo) #1

This is an easy and delicious Kerala style beef curry. Spicy nadan Beef curry preparation 🙂 It goes well with ghee rice, appam, parotta, puttu, and chappathi.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.alittlebitofspice.com/beef-curry-kerala-style-recipe

(Bindu Bobinson) #2

can i avoid using vinegar ? and no tomato too?


(Jane Jojo) #3

Vinegar adds a nice flavour. To an extent, vinegar can be replaced with fresh lemon juice. I haven't tried it in this recipe.


(Bindu Bobinson) #4

that makes sense... lime gives a sour lift !


(Jay) #5

Yet another nadan curry, liked it. Thanks Jane :)


(Jane Jojo) #6

Thanx for trying it out, Jay :)


(Joycejojo Mec) #7

Nice one :)


(Jane Jojo) #8

Thanks Joyce :)


(Renuka) #9

I made this today.But I stirred the meat with the spice masala,added one chopped tomato,then added boiling water.pressure cooked.ohh!i made a thick gravy.it was too good.Thanks for the recipe.👌👍


(Jane Jojo) #10

Thanks for trying it out Renuka! Great to hear that you liked it.


(Catherine Thomas) #11

It's really helpful chechi thanks for this help


(Jane Jojo) #12

Thanks Catherine!


(Zepheena Henry) #13

Hi!! This looks delish! Is there a way I can make this without the pressure cooker? If so, how long does it need to be cooked for? How do I know when the meat is done?


(Abhinav.M.Nair) #14

Thank u for this recipe… Its really helpful for such beginners like me…


(Jane Jojo) #15

Without pressure cooking, it will take a long time to cook the beef or any other red meat. I have never tried that way. But I guess, it will take around an hour, to cook the meat. To check whether it’s done, cut a beef slice and test. It should have a tender texture.


(Jane Jojo) #16

Thanks a lot for trying it out! Happy to hear that you liked it.