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Galawat Ki Beef Boti

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Ingredients:

Beef boneless 1/2 kg
Yogurt 1 cup
Green chilies finely chopped 3
Lemons 4
Mint leaves finely chopped 1/2 bunch
Oil 1/2 cup
Red chili crushed 1 tsp
White cumin roasted & crushed 1 tsp
Raw papaya paste 2 tbsp
Garlic paste 2 tbsp
Ghee 2 tbsp
Bihari masala 3 tbsp
Salt to taste

Method:

Mash beef slightly.
Now put salt, ginger garlic paste, bihari masala, red chili, white cumin, lemon juice and yogurt, mix it nicely and leave for 30 minutes.
Then put with oil in wok and cook on low flame.
When water of spices and meat dries, add ghee and simmer it.
Then put mint leaves and coriander leaves and serve.

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