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    Beef Patties - Indian style


    Looking for a spiced and tasty meat patties then I recommend these Indian styled beef patties. They are so delicious and you will definitely fall in love with these. The peppercorns added to these patties gives a very good aroma and flavor when you take a bite. Today I had to hide some patties for taking pics, all the patties just started to vanish as I was preparing them, everybody loved these. You can serve them along with a simple Salad, Soup or with Biryani too!! Also you can use these for preparing burgers and sandwiches. I have not used any flour for coating or binding the meat, but I have used a potato for taste sake so you can enjoy pure meat version. But if you wish you can add some besan flour or maida to make them bind well and give out perfect shapes. Tastes great, I mean it!! try it and you will agree with me. Lets now see what's required and how to make these patties.


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    INGREDIENTS

    (Makes 8 patties or 10 balls)
    1. Beef - 200 grams 
    2. Potatoes - 1 
    3. Onions - 1 
    4. Ginger - 1 inch long piece
    5. Garlic - 3 pods
    6. Red chilli powder - 1 spoon 
    7. Peppercorns - 1 spoon 
    8. Feenel seeds - 1 spoon 
    9. Cinnamon stick - 1 small stick  
    10. Lemon juice - 1 spoon 
    11. Salt - As per taste 
    12. Oil - 5 spoons 

    PREPARATION METHOD 


    • Steam/boil potato well until it gets cooked and peel of its skin. Mash it well and set aside.
    • In a blender add all the above ingredients (except oil) along with the mashed potato and grind well until the mixture seems smooth. Don't add even a drop of water.
    • With your hands mix well until it seems like a dough as shown in the picture. 
    • Take a lemon sized ball and press them with your fingers to make patties. Repeat this for the rest of the meat mixture. 
    • Heat a tawa/pan, spread some oil (nonstick pans preferred) and cook each side on low flame for 5-6 minutes or until they get cooked well.
    • Or you can make balls out of it and deep fry them. Handle these patties or balls with care they will be so delicate and so don't keep stirring and changing sides often. 
    • Serve with salads or make burgers or sandwiches using these patties. 


    TIP 1: I made smaller thin patties because beef takes a long time to cook, so if we make bigger patties they may not get cooked properly and will remain tough. 

    TIP 2: While cooking they will easily break if you keep stirring the balls or change sides of the patties often. So leave them undisturbed until they get cooked properly slowly change sides and cook them again. 

    TIP 3: Please be careful to cook these patties on low flame to make sure that the inner portion also gets cooked well. 

    TIP 4: You can also grill these meat patties. But don't deep fry them.

    TIP 5: If you wish you can use a round shaped cutter to cut a perfect round shape of these and then cook them. 


    Try it you will just love these!! Tastes so good!!


    These balls were so crispy than the patties but see that you handle them with care while frying or else they will break! You will absolutely love these!!

    35 comments:

    1. I can't help but notice the camera quality first.. wowwww.. which one do u use? :D n yuuummmyyy.. :D for non-veg's.. im a vegetarian :)

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      1. Thank you so much I use Sony!! Thanks for the visit!! Following your space!!

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    2. I am not a beef eater, but your patties looks fabulous and scrumptious dear.

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      1. Thanks Sanoli!! You can try these with chicken dear :)

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    3. wow yummy n tasty patties....lov d pics...!!!

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    5. I do love this recipe. I also love the that fennel seed and cinnamon are added as I would have never thought to put these spices in. Thanks!!!

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      1. Thanks dear :) Do try them sometime :)

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    6. Delicious patties....I don't eat beef like to try with mutton...

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      1. May be you can try with chicken also dear :)

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    7. Never tried beef but surely they look tempting

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    8. What a lovely twist on the typical burger!! Such great flavors~

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      1. Thanks Lizzy :) Glad you liked them!!

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    9. Though we donor eat beef, these looks good

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    10. We are not beef eaters.. but if if replaces with chicken these are drool worthy patties!

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      1. You can replace beef with chicken Gauri :)

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    11. Looks so yummy dear, i don't eat beef but these seem like chicken nuggets to me, i could get fooled and eat them if you hadn't told me its beef :P and my friend is still maintaining the good photographer title :D which is great.

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      1. Thank you Priya for all the appreciations Yeah did taste like nuggets :) My little cousin sister usually is a fussy eater but she loved these..she asked me this question "akka how did you make these chicken nuggets!!!" She must have be fooled by the taste :) Just like you said!! Thanks again :

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    12. don't eat beef but bookmarked to try the chicken version of this. looks crispy and great!

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    13. we don't eat beef..but Patties looks so yummy n colourful..

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    14. Looks yumm.. Amazing and tempting...

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    15. Looks tempting and love your presentation too!

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