Beef Curry – Bangladeshi Style – Eid Special

Beef Curry is a traditional curry recipe in Bangladesh. Almost everybody likes Beef Curry.
It does not need any occasion to cook Beef curry.

Ingredients:

1. Curry cut beef with bone – 1kg
2. Chopped onion – 1 Cup
3. Ginger paste – 2 tablespoon
4. Garlic paste – 1 tablespoon
5. Red chili powder – 1 tablespoon
6. Turmeric powder – 1 teaspoon
7. Coriander powder – 1 tablespoon
8. Cumin powder – 1 tablespoon
9. Garam masala: Cinnamon 2 sticks; Cloves 6 pcs; whole black pepper 6 pcs;
Cardamoms 6pcs; Bay leaves 2
10. Plain yogurt – 100gm
11. Sugar – 1 teaspoon
12. Salt to taste
13. Oil – 1/2 cup
14. Raisins – 1/4 cup
15. Fried onion – 1/2 cup
16. Whole potato – 6 to 8 pcs medium size

Cooking process: Please follow the video.

Total Duration of Cooking: 1 hour 30 minutes

Serve warm with plain pulao, rice, roti, chapatti…. Enjoy!

20 comments

  1. i love watching your cooking thanks for this recipe im from philippines and i'm in love with indian cuisine since i visited singapore

  2. I made this 2 times already, first time I followed the exact ingredients, it was too spicy for my taste, but very good!

    The second time I made this, I didn't use the fried onions or the raisins. And instead of yogurt I used same amount of coconut milk, and also made it less spicy!!

    This remind me of the curry beef casserole I would order from Malaysian restaurants!! Thanks for this video!

  3. those who thinks this is too oily, use less oil then her. Deeba loves to cook with an extra oil and that's fine for her. we all use different method and different amount of ingredients when we cook. The recipe is very good.

  4. Made this last week and added a little methi and fresh chilli and am making it again now.    It is great tasting an I think the oiliness adds to it. Thanks very much for a great curry. 

  5. I tried this recipe. I was pleasantly surprised that it turned out the best curry I have ever cooked. The spices are easily available in most supermarkets. This is a keeper for me. Just decrease the amount of oil to sauté the masala with and strain excess oil. Thanks!!

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