I won’t write about my love and craze for India, since I’ve done so in many of my previous posts, but will tell you about a small secret, the secret is not in this Aloo Keema recipe, but where to get the most amazing and flavorful food in India.
If you think that five-star hotels and restaurants serve the best food, then let me tell you that you are wrong. The best tasting food is found in small, humble restaurants, and in Dhabas. A Dhaba is a restaurant located on the side road, mainly on highways.
Making Aloo Keema Dhaba Style.
When you travel within Indian by Bus or Car, you will come across many of the Dhabas. In a dhaba, local food is served and 90% of the time that food taste out of this world. Keep in mind that food at a Dhaba won’t be (how shall I say this?) the healthiest if I may say so. They use Ghee, whole cream milk, and lots of spices, which make their food oh so good!
In this post, I’m sharing with you a Dhaba style Aloo Keema (Minced mutton with potato.) Forgive me, I’m not going to modify any part in this recipe. Either you go 100% Dhaba style or you go home. This is the real deal and there is no shame about it.
Tender minced mutton in a thick spicy gravy, perfectly seasoned and its great companion is Indian bread.
I will teach you how to cook Aloo Keema in a pan and how to cook it in a pressure cooker.
Let’s get cooking!
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