Saturday, August 13, 2011

Beef Tandori

First of all i didn't know what is tandori/Naan  bread use for,i see some at the grocery store,it's look like kind of pita bread, except tandori is more thicker,that what i think, i see some posting from my fellow food bloger  "My home diary in turkey " citra,,,,thanks for the inspiration.when you posting about this naan bread,its always look and sound YUM to me,,,, :)
Then when we were on  vacation in cape cod area,Provincetown,MA we find autentic South African foods,a lot of pita bread with choices and type of salad,so i got lamb pita, www.karookafe.com/  it was really,,,really good,we are back for the second time and i got the same order,indeed :) because we like the foods and the employees was very nice and friendly. So this post its about inspired goes to my kitchen :) i make my own and  i will call it " beef tandori " it's doesnt matter what we call but taste great :)
beef tandori
4-6 serving
OK for this recipe you will need :
Tandori/naan bread ( store bought )
tomato salsa
feta cheese
1 lbs ground beef
2 tbs garam masala
salt and pepper to taste
( seasoning  ground beef with garam masala,salt and pepper, and cook until done )
set aside
for the sauce mixture :
2 tbs humus
2 tbs plan yogurt
( stirring and mixed )
set aside
before you filling tandori bread,  you need to follow direction on the package
either heat it up on the grill or oven
spread humus mixture,layer with cooked ground beef,salsa and feta cheese
"Tip"  for a vegetarian just change a meat with lettuce
BTW,,,,i made this twice already :)
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3 comments:

Nava.K said...

We don't eat beef but am sure with be lovely with minced lamb or mutton. Nice and lovely.

Asian-spice mix said...

@Nava.K
i like lamb too,,,Thanks again for comment,you probably know better about tandori/naan bread right :)
this is the first time i have tandori bread,love it :)

whil said...

looks like tasty party food - relaxed; beer around a fire and this...