Spicy Beef Roast Recipe

beef_roast
Prepration time: 45 Minutes
Persons served: 4 Persons
Cuisine: Kerala

ingredients

  • Beef :1 kg
  • Turmeric powder : 1/4 tsp
  • Red Chilly powder : 2 tsp
  • Black pepper powder : ½ tsp
  • Garam masala : ½ tsp
  • Coriander powder : 1 tsp
  • Dried red chilly : 10 nos
  • Green chilly :3 nos (sliced, vertically)
  • Onion : 3 medium sized (sliced, vertically)
  • Ginger (chopped) : 2tbsp
  • Garlic(chopped) : 1 tbsp
  • Curry leaves : 3 to 4 sprigs
  • Salt to taste
  • Coconut oil

Last Sunday the newly wedded couples gave us a visit at home and I was really worried on what to give them for their first visit. With my Husband, I decided to prepare the my mom’s special beef roast (beef ularthiyath). We quickly arranged all other dishes and started preparing the beef roast for them. The couples enjoyed all our dishes and especially the beef roast. Enough of praising my food, you will get bored. Try this recipe and I am sure you will also love it.

Kerala Beef Roast Recipe preparation.

  1. Cut the beef it into bite sized pieces and wash it well under running water.
  2. Pressure cook the pieces along with turmeric powder, red chilly powder, black pepper powder, coriander powder, garam masala, chopped ginger (1tbsp) and salt with 1 cup of water (6-8 whistles).
  3. Grind the dried red chillies into a fine powder in a mixer.
  4. In a pan, pour 2 tbsp coconut oil and add the ginger (remaining 1tbsp), garlic, green chilly, curry leaves, onion and saute till it turns light brown.
  5. Add the grinded red chillies to the pan and saute.
  6. Add the cooked beef to the pan and mix it well. If needed add some more coconut oil.
  7. Cover the lid and keep it in medium flame for 20 minutes. You can saute it in between.
  8. Serve with rice, appam, idiyappam or puttu.

 

We have other beef recipes also. Try them.

Renoos

How would you rate this recipe?

210 votes, 4.32 / 5.00 (86%)
  • B
    says:

    Your receipes are simple will try them out and let my comments. I am married for 10 years and my cooking exp has not been very interesting

    • says:

      @Bindhu Suresh : Thanks for the comments :). Don’t forget to share your experiences with us.

  • P
    says:

    thanks for your receipes…..its really helpfull…..i tried some of them….got appaluse frm my family….

    • says:

      @Priya: Thanks for stopping by and trying our recipes. Glad to know that they worked out well for you… Stay connected.

  • P
    says:

    why u dint mention coriander powder in recipe preparation

    • says:

      @Princy: thanks for notifying me about that. Just updated the post.

  • A
    says:

    hey..superb dish..tried it.. great effort..great taste…!! 🙂 🙂

    • says:

      TY Arya.. 😉

  • M
    says:

    Dont we need to add tomato?

  • N
    says:

    When do u add salt…am new to cooking so thought wud ask

    • says:

      @Mohammed: its optional and depends on your personal preference. You can add it in Step 4 if needed.
      @Jincy: coconut pieces are optional. I skipped them. If needed, you can include it in step 4.
      @Neha: Salt is added in step 2 along with powders and masalas.

  • R
    says:

    It’s too tasty.thanks for ur recipe

  • M
    says:

    Tried this and came out very tasty..Thanks for the recipe..

    • says:

      @Ramu & @Manju : thanks for stopping by and trying the recipe. Glad to hear, it came out well for you 😉

  • S
    says:

    Very tasty
    My family likes it very much.

  • S
    says:

    Hello Kitchen Doctor! Thanks a “Beef” tonne for this recipe, had a finger licking, lip smacking and a drooling experience. Enjoyed this spicy beef roast with tomato rasam, steaming hot rice, papads and Andhra pickles. Sprinkled the finished roast with fresh lemon juice and it was very very flavorful. Thanks again.

    • says:

      Thanks a lot Sridhar for the feedback 😉

  • says:

    Tried out the Beef Roast..Came out to be pretty tasty…Did not get the Squid yet to try out the recipe..

    • says:

      Thank you Shone for trying it and I am really happy that it came out well for you. Congrats:)
      Do let me know after trying squid also..

  • says:

    ഒരു ചെറിയ സംശയം ചോദിച്ചോട്ടെ?,ഒരു കിലോ ബീഫ് നു മേല്‍പ്പറഞ്ഞ കാല്‍ tsp മഞ്ഞള്‍പ്പൊടി ,അര ടി സ്പൂണ്‍ ഗരംമസാലഒരു ടീസ്പൂണ്‍മല്ലിപ്പൊടി ഇതൊക്കെ മതിയാകുമോ?മുളക് ഓക്കേ ആവശ്യ ത്തിനുണ്ട്.

    • says:

      അതൊക്കെ തന്നെ അളവ് മതി Iype. പിന്നെ വേണേൽ ഒരു അര റ്റീസ്പൂണ്‍ മഞ്ഞപ്പൊടി കൂടി ആകാം. പോരാത്തതിന് കുരുമുളക്, പച്ച മുളക് ചേർക്കുന്നുണ്ടല്ലോ. ഒന്ന് ട്രൈ ചെയ്തിട്ട് പറ 😉

  • A
    says:

    I don’t know what made it look different. May be as I didn’t keep long to drain the water from meat. It came out well. But with more gravy. We loved this thick gravy as well. Thanks a lot for the recipe dear.

    • says:

      @Ancy: Thanks a lot for trying the recipe and taking time to drop your comments. Glad you liked it. Stay connected 😉

  • V
    says:

    tried the recipe last weekend , it came out lip smackingly awesome , added puree or 2 tomatoes as we like a tangier taste. simply awesome.

    • says:

      Thanks a lot Vineesh for trying the recipe and dropping your feedback. Happy to know that you liked the recipe 🙂

  • S
    says:

    Thank you doc… Im aacollege student and stayng on my own.. All these days i used to go to hotels for food and this was actually my first try to cook beef fry… OMG it was suuper awsome…and really encouraging me to cook more… So thanks a lot for the tips… Loved it !!!

    • says:

      @Srikiran: Thank you Srikiran, for trying the recipe and for your encouraging comments. Happy to know that the preparation came out well for you. The main reason why we started this blog, was to promote homely / healthy foods and to avoid youngsters going behind hotel foods.

  • S
    says:

    Hi! Won’t 2tsps red chilli powder plus 10 ground chillies and 3 green chillies make it very spicy?

    • says:

      @Shobha: The quantity of ingredients given above is same as what we used at home, but I assure you, it was not very spicy.
      If you feel so, try reducing the number of red chillies. Depending on the variant of chillies used (spicy / non spicy), try adjusting the numbers.
      Let me know about the outcome too 😉

  • V
    says:

    Don’t know if the beef gave out too much water but after taking from pressure cooker there was just too much curry. I did evaporated as much curry as possible but it felt a bit over cooked. The taste was superb.

    • says:

      @Varun: thanks for trying the recipe and dropping your feedbacks. Glad to know you loved it.
      Cheers 🙂

  • J
    says:

    Hi Renoos,
    Updating straight from the kitchen. Oru reksha ila, super recipe. mouth watering and couldnt wait for the rice to be ready. we started eating already.
    Thank you so much for the wonderful recipe.

    • says:

      @Jayashankar: Thanks a lot for trying the recipe & also for leaving a comment here. I’m so glad that it came out well for you.
      Cheers 🙂

  • says:

    Hi Renoos…excellent receipt… Tried it at home and it came out really well. Looking forward to many more…thanks!!!!

    • says:

      Hi Ravi, Thanks a lot for trying the recipe and the comment. Much appreciated 🙂

  • S
    says:

    Tried your recipe today..very yummy 😋😋 thank you

  • K
    says:

    looks yummilicious and color is wow, very appealing…

  • L
    says:

    Tried it out today, it was finished just like THAT! A good experience for me since my meat dishes are not usually so successful! This is a keeper for sure. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • says:

    Tried it today!
    My mom and dad loved it much!
    They were wondering ,how did i did it perfectly! 😄😆
    Really this is the best one i ever did!
    Thank you so much mam,
    You have some magical skills! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

    • says:

      Glad to know your preparation came out well. Thanks for trying the recipe and your encouraging words.
      Keep connected:)

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