Friday, November 19, 2010


For the dough:
  1. Flour 500gms
  2. Ginger juice 1Tspn
  3. Garlic juice 1Tspn
  4. Desi ghee 3Tbspn
  5. Milk 1cup
  6. Salt to taste
For the mince:
  1. Minced meat 500grms
  2. Ginger-Garlic paste 1Tbspn
  3. Onions 1 medium
  4. Desi ghee 2Tbspn
  5. Green chilles 6
  6. Red chilli powder 2Tspns
  7. Turmeric powder 1/2Tspn
  8. Coriander leaves handful
  9. Mint leaves few
  10. Salt to taste
  11. Oil for cooking
Grind to Paste and keep aside
  1. Peppercorns(kali mirch) 5
  2. Coriander seeds 1Tbspn
  3. Cumin seeds 1/2Tspn
  4. A small piece of cinnnamon
  5. Green cardamom 4
For the stuffing:
  • Boil mince with ginger-garlic paste & salt till done.
  • Heat some desi ghee and fry onions ,green chillies along with the ground masala for 3-4 minutes.
  • Add the mince along with red chilli powder,turmeric powder and fry till dry.
  • Mix in the coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  • Cool and use this mixture as your stuffing.
To make the Luqmis:
  • Sieve the flour and salt together.Rub in the ghee till the mixture resembles bread crumbs.Make a big hole in the center and add milk,ginger& garlic juice.
  • Mix well and knead to make a soft but non-sticky dough.
  • Divide the dough into 6-8 portions.
  • Roll each portion into a chappati.
  • Place a heaped table spoon of mince filling about 7.5 cms apart on one chappati.
  • Cover with another chappati.
  • Seal the edges by pressing down(u can also use a fork,pierce it lightly at the edges)
  • Cut into desired shape(triangles or square)
  • Finally deep fry in oil.


SF said...

Yumm !! looks easy !

Torviewtoronto said...

first time here looks delicious