Basheer Bashi's beef sukka is super hit

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Basheer Bashi, who grabbed attention through his stint in the mini screen, has tried his hands in cooking as well. The model-actor and his wives Suhana and Mashura often post cooking videos on their social media pages that are liked by hundreds of their fans. In the latest video, Mashura prepares delicious beef sukka which is an extremely popular dish in Kasaragod and Mangaluru. Unlike other beef dishes, beef sukka has grated coconut in it. Basheer and Suhana, who enjoyed Mashura’s beef sukka said that the dish tastes amazing with soft rice pathiri. Here is the recipe of Mangaluru special beef sukka.

Ingredients

500 gms beef (cut into small pieces)

Coconut oil as required

Salt as required

½ tbsp turmeric powder

Black pepper powder as per taste

1 ½ tbsp meat masala

1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste

12 dried chillies (Dry roasted and powdered)

6 green chillies

3 onions

7 garlic cloves

Coriander leaves as required

Curry leaves as required

Tomato chilli sauce (optional)

Soy sauce (optional)

1 coconut (grated)

Ghee

Preparation

Wash the beef pieces and drain

Cook it in the pressure cooker with some turmeric powder, salt, and water

Heat coconut oil in a pan and sauté curry leaves and onions

Into it add green chillies and garlic. Sauté

Now add turmeric powder, coriander powder, black pepper powder, meat masala and powdered dried chillies

Pour some water and mix everything well together

Sauté until the raw smell of the masala powders are gone

Add the ginger - garlic paste

Add the tomato chilli sauce and soy sauce if required

Into it add the already cooked beef pieces and mix well

Cook and roast until the water evaporates and the dish is dry

Heat ghee in another pan

Fry the grated coconut until nice and golden

Mix this fried coconut into the beef sukka.

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