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Beef Madras with garlic naan bread Put chopped garlic and fresh parsley into melted butter and brush on to naans and serve. Beef Madras with garlic naan bread. A genuine spicy beef madras curry from a srilankan friend. hot, tasy and delicious with boiled rice, naan breads and chutneys. You can cook Beef Madras with garlic naan bread using 29 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Beef Madras with garlic naan bread

  1. You need of For the paste.
  2. You need of garlic cloves.
  3. It’s of fresh ginger.
  4. Prepare of small red chilli.
  5. You need of White onion.
  6. You need of Spices.
  7. You need of cumin.
  8. Prepare of coriander.
  9. Prepare of turmeric.
  10. You need of curry powder.
  11. It’s of chilli powder.
  12. You need of For madras.
  13. Prepare of chump/stewing steak.
  14. You need of beef stock.
  15. Prepare of chopped tomatoes.
  16. It’s of green pepper and 1/2 red pepper.
  17. You need of coriander.
  18. It’s of For the naans.
  19. You need of plain flour.
  20. You need of sugar.
  21. It’s of salt.
  22. You need of baking powder.
  23. Prepare of milk.
  24. You need of vegetable oil.
  25. It’s of For the toppings.
  26. You need of garlic cloves thinly sliced.
  27. Prepare of garlic cloves finely chopped.
  28. It’s of fresh parsley.
  29. You need of melted butter.

Serve immediately with a naan or in hot pitta breads. Stir occasionally, until the water has evaporated and your sauce thickened. Tender beef chops cooked in curry with Kashmiri herb and spice. Beef Madras with garlic naan bread.

Beef Madras with garlic naan bread instructions

  1. For the paste, blitz garlic, ginger, chilli and onion. Then cook out for few mins in a little hot oil. Add spices and roast (add a little stock if needed)..
  2. Add the beef and seal on all sides. Add beef stock and bring to the boil. Then add peppers, chopped tomatoes and reduce to a simmer for 40 minutes..
  3. Sprinkle with coriander and serve. If too hot, add 1 tbsp natural yoghurt..
  4. For the dough, sift flour, sugar, salt and baking powder into a bowl. In another bowl, mix together the milk and oil..
  5. Make a well in the middle of the flour mixture and pour in liquid mixture. Slowly mix together the dough by working from the centre and incorporating the flour from the edges of the 'well', to make a soft dough. Knead well for 8-10 minutes, adding a little flour if dough is too sticky..
  6. Place dough in oiled bowl, cover with damp tea towel and leave in a warm place for 10-15 minutes. Form the dough into 5 balls (or less for bigger naans). Preheat grill to medium and place a heavy baking sheet on the top shelf of the grill..
  7. Roll the dough out thinly into teardrop shapes. Sprinkle over slices of garlic and press into surface of the dough. Place the naans on the hot baking sheet and grill for couple minutes or until golden brown. Put chopped garlic and fresh parsley into melted butter and brush on to naans and serve..

A genuine spicy beef madras curry from a srilankan friend. hot, tasy and delicious with boiled rice, naan breads and chutneys. Serve immediately with a naan or in hot pitta breads. Stir occasionally, until the water has evaporated and your sauce thickened. Tender beef chops cooked in curry with Kashmiri herb and spice. Chicken cubes marinated with yoghurt. – "For the paste, blitz garlic, ginger, chilli and onion.

source: cookpad.com