Did you know?

Minced meat dishes are a legacy of Mughal Kings in India.

So, get ready for a royal feast with keema recipes – a hearty and luxurious ingredient used popularly in the South Asian cuisine.

Whether you like chicken, mutton, beef or lamb, these succulent minced meat dishes can be enjoyed in a number of ways!

And why not?

Keema is a great source of iron and protein – perfect as a post-workout meal.

Passed down through generations, keema recipes create beloved and iconic dishes that deserve to be tried in all parts of the world.

So, are you ready to start?

Easy Pakistani Keema

A favorite Pakistani staple, this beef keema dish is delicious as well as nutritious!

Featuring ingredients like onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic and a blend of spices, the dish features a classic Asian touch.

And there is more…

It is an easy one-pot dish that does not require a high skill level.


Chicken Keema Karahi

Oh boy, just the thought of keema kharhai is making my taste buds tingle with excitement!

This dish is an absolute specialty of “desi” restaurants in India and Pakistan.

And for good reason…

First up, you take some minced meat and then cook it up in a deliciously juicy curry.


Bhuna Keema

This slow roasted minced meat recipe is a true classic in Pakistani cuisine.

Here is the secret behind the delicious goodness.

Extra oil or clarified butter!

It gives the dish a hearty depth of textures and flavors that will leave you licking your fingers clean!

Enjoy the dish with some dinner rolls and make it a satisfying meal.


Keema Aloo

Oh wow! Aloo Keema on the menu!

An exciting, comforting and lip-smacking dish that never fails to impress.

Cooked with tender potatoes and peas, it is an ultimate delight to have with some fried flat bread or parathas.

And there is more…

Juicy tomato puree imparts a super succulent texture to the mince and creates a sweet-savory flavor.


Keema Paratha

Crispy on the outside and meaty on the inside, this is how they enjoy some hearty flatbread in India!

This is a super exciting breakfast option enriched with protein from the mince and fiber from whole wheat flour.

Plus, creating this appetizer is fun with absolutely satisfying results.


Keema Samosa

Fellow foodies, have you been introduced to a scrumptious keema stuffed samosa?

Flaky, golden pastry stuffed with spiced minced meat, all fried up to crispy perfection. Dip ’em in some tangy chutney and you’re in snack heaven.

Just be warned!

It’s addictive – you won’t be able to stop at just one!


True and Authentic Peshawari Chapli Kababs

Oh boy! Where do I even begin with Peshawari Chapli Kababs?

These are the most wonderful minced meat patties – juicy, tender and oozing with deliciousness!

This recipe helps you enjoy the authentic flavors of Chapli Kababs that hail from the northwestern region of Pakistan.

Let’s all take a moment to let the drooling subside!


Mughlai Keema Paratha

Here is a dish fit for Asian royalty!

Prepare a spicy and savory meat mince mixture and stuff it in flatbread. Cut out in the form of little pockets or parcels.

Its, fun to make and delicious to enjoy with mint chutney or a tangy tamarind sauce.


Shami Kebab

If you haven’t tried shaami kabab yet, you’re seriously missing out!

These flavorful little patties are made from boiled ground meat and lentils before flavoring with aromatic spices like cumin, coriander, and ginger.

They’re crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and oh-so-addictive!

Make them with mutton, chicken or beef – whatever you enjoy more!


Pakistani Kofta Curry

Here is a recipe passed down through generations – the scrumptious Kofta Curry.

These are juicy meat balls floating around in a rich curry flavored with some of the most exciting Indian spices.

And the best part is…

You can make the meatballs with your favorite meat – chicken, beef or lamb!


Chicken Keema Biryani

Two words: Keema Biryani!

Need I say more?

The mighty biryani needs no introduction. It’s the South Asian dish that brings excitement to meal times.

This version, however, features roasted mince instead of the usual meat pieces.

Layers of meaty goodness and aromatic rice makes a dish you can’t forget any time soon!


Pakistani Keema Kareley

South Asians sure know how to turn an unpopular dish into a delicious feast!

Most folks are not fond of bitter guard for obvious reasons!

But cook them with minced beef and everyone will be rushing to the dinner table!

It is worth learning this recipe for the deliciousness and the health benefits of bitter guard.


Keema Spring Rolls

Would you like a delicious appetizer that is easy to make?

Well who doesn’t!

These bad boys take the classic Chinese spring roll and give it a spicy, meaty twist!

Stuffed with minced meat, veggies and aromatic spices, these crispy rolls are irresistible.

If you haven’t rolled up spring rolls before, turn to the clear picture instructions in the recipe. 


Mutton Seekh Kabab

Our list of minced meat recipes will be incomplete without mentioning delectable Seekh Kabab.

For those of you who don’t know, these are unusual patties shaped as long cylinders and cooked on skewers.

You may cook them on the grill at your next BBQ party and entertain your guests with the spicy treat!


Keema Cheese Toastie

Hold onto your taste buds, folks!

A lamb keema cheese sandwich is about to rock your world!

Imagine a warm, toasty sandwich stuffed with spicy, flavorful minced lamb, gooey melted cheese and all the fixings. Absolutely scrumptious!

The recipe is worth trying for a great lunchbox snack.


Bharwan Keema Karela

Here is a royal Indian treat for you!

Bitter gourd boats stuffed with a mouthwatering mixture of spiced minced meat and veggies!

The dish is considered a luxurious meal in Southeast Asia. It takes the humble bitter guard to an elevated level of deliciousness!

Try the recipe and experience the scrumptiousness.


Tawa Fry Beef Keema

This is an Indian, meaty version of stir fry!

Cooked traditionally on a girdle, the meat mince is stir fried with lots of finely chopped onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic and an array of spices.

But don’t worry if you don’t have a girdle.

You can also cook the dish in a pan or skillet.


Nargisi Koftay

Get ready to indulge like royalty with nargisi koftay!

These decadent meatballs are stuffed with a boiled egg center, and then simmered in a rich, aromatic gravy.

It’s a luxurious dish fit for a king!

Save the recipe for special occasions or when you are in the mood for something luxurious.


Keema Puff Pakora

Trust Pakistanis to put meat everywhere – even in their beloved fritters!

This popular tea-time snack gets a more heavenly touch with the addition of minced meat.

Coated with a flour-based batter, these babies are fried till golden-brown and crispy on the outside.

Enjoy with a spicy mint dip or tangy mango chutney.


Hara Masala Keema

Give your keema a vibrant green look with this mouthwatering recipe.

It is a great way of sneaking some healthy greens into a much sought-after minced meat dish. Plus, it is spicy and lip-smacking!

And here is one more thing to praise about the recipe…

The dish is rather easy to cook, taking just an hour for perfectly tender meat to be served.


Final Thoughts

It’s safe to say that Keema is the ultimate versatile ingredient that can make an appearance in any dish imaginable!

From meatballs to biryanis, and sandwiches to pakoras, these keema recipes will provide endless ways to enjoy the juicy meat!

So, get ready to learn the culinary art of cooking meat mince with bold Southeast Asian flavors.

And don’t forget…

We are waiting for your comments about these delectable keema recipes.