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Beef Masala

Beef masala goes well with Plain pulao or chapatis.

 This Beef masala is influenced by East Indian flavours and also a fusion of traditional Indian spices


600 gms beef cut into cubes

for the marinate

60 gms coriander leaves

4 green chilli

1 tsp ginger garlic paste

grind to a paste with Little amount of water.

Add this paste to the beef , add salt , 1 tsp ginger garlic paste .

keep for an hour

Method 1

Add the marinated beef with some amount of water.

Pressure cook on high, after the first whistle cook on low for 10 mins or till done.

Reserve the stock

Ingredients 2

4 red chillies ( for more spicy flavour add 5 (

1 tsp cumin seeds

1 tsp pepper corn

1 tbsp ginger garlic paste

1/4 tsp turmeric powder

35 cashew nuts , powder the cashew nuts

Grind to paste all the above ingredients with some amount of water

3 medium size onions finely chopped

3 tomatoes finely chopped

2 tbsp kasuri methi /dry fenugreek leaves

1/2 tsp amchur powder /dry mango powder

1/2 tsp chaat masala

1/2 tsp Tempero Di Cuddi masala or any garam masala powder


Add 3 tbsp ghee, stir fry the onions till lightly browned. Add the chopped tomatoes and cook till soft. Add some of the stock to the tomatoes to help the tomatoes cook well. Add in the ground masala and stir fry for a minute, add the stock and cook for 2 minutes .Now mix in the beef .

Add the kasuri methi, amchur and chaat masala. Cook for 15 to 20 mins on medium flame, occasionally stirring. Lastly add the tempero di cuddi powder ,cook for another 5 mins.

A powdered spice mix used for flavouring Meat Dishes.

Made this Tempero spice powder my way ,

with a slight change.


(East Indian Tempero ( A seasoning to flavour Dishes) Di Cuddi)


100 gms Cinnamon

40 gms cloves

40 gms cardamom

40 gms peppercorns

20 gms Star anise

10 gms Javitri /mace flower

10 gms bay leaf

5 gms all spice

5 gms Triphal /schezwan pepper corn

10 gms saunf/ fennel seeds

10 gms methi seeds/ fenugreek seeds

10 gms Shah Jeera /black cumin seeds

Dry ingredients in the sun, lightly roast, Dry grind the spiced , sift well, and bottle

used for flavouring Chicken, mutton, beef or Pork

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