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Keema Naan is popular unleavened flat bread stuffed with flavored minced meat. It is very popular dish in Punjab and other states of India. Keema Naan is one of the delicious foods eaten in the Afghanistan and other Asian subcontinent countries.
Home made Kheema Naans A delicious Indian style tandoor type of bread (mini naan) topped with spiced meat, fresh herbs, ginger, garlicky and cheesy flavour, air fried until done to give a mystical taste of delectable flavours delighting your taste buds to eat more.
Home made Kheema Naans A delicious Indian style tandoor type of bread (mini naan) topped with spiced meat, fresh herbs, ginger, garlicky and cheesy flavour, air fried until done to give a mystical taste of delectable flavours delighting your taste buds to eat more. Keema Naan is popular unleavened flat bread stuffed with flavored minced meat. It is very popular dish in Punjab and other states of India.
Keema Naan is one of the delicious foods eaten in the Afghanistan and other Asian subcontinent countries. It’s awesome in taste with a finger licking recipe. This is often served either during breakfast or dinner. The chopped pieces of meat we call ‘Kheema ‘or ‘keema’, is embedded in the naan and baked in the tandoor. Keema, Kheema or Qeema is a traditional meat dish of Pakistan and India. Originally this word meant minced meat. It is typically minced-lamb or goat curry with peas or potatoes.
Keema can be made from almost any meat, can be cooked by stewing or frying, and can be formed into kababs. Keema is also sometimes used as a filling for samosas or naan. Naan is very popular North Indian bread baked in a tandoor. It goes very well with rich creamy Indian gravies and is one of the most liked breads served in Indian Restaurants or Dhabas. This homemade mini Kheema Naan is a unique recipe recreating the sense of baking this popular Indian bread in the Philips airfryer yet retaining its soft chewy texture at home.
Using the same recipe for the dough in making the naan and topping it with spiced mutton mince and cheese, air frying the food with technology makes it just superb, easy to cook and mess-free. By this you can make a delicious and yummy Kheema naan right in your kitchen with no less than the ones served in any fancy restaurant. Just go ahead and try, it worth the effort.
Recipe of Home made Kheema Naans:
Sugar – ½ tsp
Yeast – ½ tsp
Milk – 2 tbsp
Water – ¼ glass
Yogurt – ¼ cup
Oil – 1 tsp
Salt – pinch
Flour – 1 cup
Mince meat - 200 gms
Onion, chopped - 1 no
Garlic, chopped - ½ tsp
Ginger, chopped - ½ tsp
Green chillies, chopped - 1 – 2 nos
Bell pepper, chopped - 1 tbsp
Coriander, chopped - 1 tbsp
Mint leaves, chopped - ½ tbsp
chilli pd - 1 tsp
Garam masala - pinch
Tomatoes, chopped - 1 no
Cream - 1 tbsp
Salt - to taste
Pepper, freshly crushed - little
Lemon juice - 1 no
Beaten egg (for egg wash) - 1 no
You could always reach me at my website for more amazing nutritious and enticing Indian flat bread recipes at: www.vahrehvah.com Enjoy Cooking and always remember that: “VahrehVah is all about inspiring others to cook”!
??????? ????? Posted on Sun Sep 21 2014
Wow, look delicious, Hope i could get this Philips machine, thankyou for sharing delicious recipes with, us and please continue for years years and years! ?Reply 0 - Replies
Wazma Karimi Posted on Sun Sep 21 2014
i don't have this machine :( can i still make it in the oven? ?Reply 0 - Replies
sajjith77 Posted on Sun Sep 21 2014
Ok I will buy the Phillips gadget, cos I luv ur recipes?Reply 0 - Replies
koynakoy1 Posted on Mon Sep 22 2014
Lol he didnt show fully while loading the nan, i have this frier, you cant fit all those nan in at the same time unless you keep them on top of each other?Reply 0 - Replies
Azra Parveen Posted on Thu Sep 25 2014
What is that cream which u use.. where to get that?Reply 0 - Replies
Hazel Lewry Posted on Thu Oct 02 2014
Sorry. Not impressed with product placement, preferred your previous stuff :/?Reply 0 - Replies
JendrixHimi Posted on Wed Feb 04 2015
I would have cooked the keema just a little first then put it in the middle of 2 pieces of slightly thinner doe with grated garlic it would be more soft a tasty, but this is good !?Reply 0 - Replies
Rajesh Mukhi Posted on Tue Feb 17 2015
I think the best part of vahchef is when you eat your own recipes which feels and sounds like an orgasm. Wonderful. I have ordered the airfryer for my mom. Here in the Netherlands, it is all sold out!?Reply 0 - Replies
rajvi vira Posted on Wed Sep 17 2014
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