■ Pilau Masala
■ Cumin powder/Seed
■ Turmeric
■ Curry powder
■ Garlic (2 fresh garlic)
■ Ginger (2 fresh medium chunks)
■ Rosemary
■ 2 Big onions
■ Soy sauce(Dark)

■1kg Beef (Either steak or beef on the bone)
■ 10 red ripe tomatoes
■ 2 Kg rice (long grain )
■ Boiled water(Ratio 1:2)
■ 1 teaspoon sugar


● Peel ginger and garlic and make a smooth paste.
● Cut or blend tomatoes. If cutting then cut into very tiny cubes.
● On a clean chopping board using a sharp knife cut beef into premium cubes and place to cook for about 20 minutes.While cooking adds 2 tablespoons of ginger and garlic paste and a tablespoon of salt.Boil need till all water is drained.
● In a heavy Sufuria/pan pour approximately 150 ml cooking oil. When the oil is heated add the chopped onions and fry to almost golden. Add the remaining ginger and garlic paste them get storing to avoid burning. Add a teaspoon of sugar to the almost golden frying onions and fry further till it's golden brown in color.
● At this point add the already boiled beef to the onion, stir and cover for about 5 minutes. Add 3 tablespoons of soy sauce and stir evenly and 1 tablespoon of salt.
● Add chopped or blended tomatoes and cover to cook.
● Add all other spices i.e Pilau masala, Cumin spice, Turmeric, Curry powder and stir well then cook for another 5 minutes. Keep a close watch to make sure your mixture doesn't stick at the bottom of your pan.
● Wash rice and drain well with a colander then pour the rice in the pan and stir the mixture evenly. Add water to the ratio of 1:2....depending with your rice.
● Cover and bring to boil, when boiled lower the heat them cook to the end. (When almost cooked you can cover with hot charcoal or put in an oven.
● Check if rice is well cooked.
● Serve with your preferred accompaniments
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