In one of my previous post I mentioned about how I wanted to start diet again. My friend Meeta later mentioned here how she is against the word diet 🙂

I do agree with her. Just like her, I too do not believe in meal replacements and size zero figures. But some people like me who are on the heavier side, swinging between overweight and obese, must follow some simple diet principles.

Some might say that Atkins or Dunkan diets work best, but they do not work for every one. And I do not support such diets.

I can give you a few diet tips which I am following and is working for me.

1. Move more that what you eat : Be it skipping, swimming or jogging in a park or gym sweating away atleast thrice a week works wonders (I try to think of 100 excuses to skip stepping on my treadmill, you almost feel like buying the excuse, but you have to overcome it)
2. Snack healthy : When you want to snack in between meals, I recommend to snack on fruits instead of a cookie(i know its very difficult to stay away from sweet treats, but you have to try), and opt for green tea instead of coffee.
3. Set realistic goals : You have a best friends wedding in a week or going on a beach vacation in a few days, and want to reduce around 10 kgs? Not possible. Set realistic goals and reduce slowly and steadily. This is healthy.
4. Keep yourself busy : Many people including me eat out of boredom, or when in a bad mood, or when I have fight with my husband(very rare, but the most worse situation, when I eat like a pig to reduce my frustation and anger 😀 ). I suggest to keep yourself busy in such situations. Go for a walk or talk to a friend. Avoid going towards the kitchen!
5. Stop comparing : Do not compare yourself with Keira Knightly or Kareena Kapoor. Your diet should help shape your body a little, not completely transform you into an other person.
6. Shopping : Now its getting interesting, isn’t it? I suggest to buy a pretty dress, one size smaller and work to fit in. This really works. Trust me!

Now coming to the recipe, this kheema fry is healthy and delicious, more over easy to make.


What you Need :
Kheema(ground meat) : 500 gms, I used ground Lamb
Onion : 1, medium, finely chopped
Green Chillies : 1 or 2, finely chopped. adjust according to taste
Ginger Garlic paste : 1 Tbsp
Fresh Coriander leaves : a handful
Red Chili powder : 1 tsp
Salt : to taste
Garam Masala powder : 1 tsp

Heat oil in a pan.
Add onions and green chili. Fry for few minutes.
Add in ginger garlic paste. Fry till the raw smell disappears.
Add in kheema,salt and red chili powder.
Fry on medium heat stirring frequently to avoid burning or sticking to the pan.
When almost done, add garam masala and chopped coriander leaves.
Fry for few more minutes till done.
Serve hot with hot steamed rice.

Mom’s Tips:
You can use any meat for this, like ground chicken or even beef.
Adjust green chillies and red chilli powder according to taste.
If you do not want to keep stirring till done, turn to low heat, keep the lid and cook till done. Then fry till the water disappears.


11 thoughts on “Kheema Fry”

  1. Now I am craving for some meat!
    Have you tried keema pulao ? It’s in my blog as a guest post from another blogger friend and it always come out yum!

  2. LOL on 5th and 6th point . Even Kareena is not the same anymore 🙂 Porotha diye ja darun lagbe ei keema ta !! tempting pictures

  3. LOL – so true! I always find 1,000 excuses for not exercising but the older you get, the more you realise that it is the only way…! I am trying to go easy on the cabrs so this dish looks perfect! Gorgeous photos.

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