Thursday, December 8, 2011

Stuffed Mutton Kheema Murthaba

Murthaba is Islamic  Traditional food.
Healthy nonveg Stuffed with mutton kheema , we can make same like prawn, mixed vegtable,cabbage with egg,chicken also. It's very tasty combo. I am regularly prepare for Morning tifin or night dinner.

Maida – 2 cup
Egg – 1 no
Dalda – 1 tbspn
Salt to taste
Mutton kheema – 200 grms
Ginger garlic paste – 2 tspn
Cumin powder – ½ tspn
Onion  - ¼ kg
Tomato – 2 no
Chilli powder – ½ tspn
Turmeric powder – ½ tspn
Garam masala powder – ½ tspn
Green chilly – 2 no
Coriander leaves - little
Oil + little ghee (or) butter– for frying
Salt to taste
Egg beated – for spreading in the paratha

  Yummy murthaba amzaing taste, very easy to prepare .(murthaba, egg parata, muddai rotti)

In a tawa heat the oil, add chopped onions sauté until it cooks then add ginger garlic paste, tomato, above said all masala powders and fry it well.Then add the mutton kheema in to that and cook till it done and finally add coriander leaves.

Prepare soft dough and make balls in it, then grease each balls with the oil

Now roll the dough in to big flat paratha and spread little amount of beated egg.

Take one tbspn of stuffing, keep it in the center, now fold the edges and make a square shape.

You can make this in Rectangle shape murthaba ,triangle shape murthaba

In a frying pan heat some oil put the paratha and cook all the sides till golden brown.

Yummy parata ready to serve with ketchep.
serves : 3

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Small bun with kheema & egg sandwich



  1. Yummy stuffed paratha, looks & sounds great! Best of luck for the contest :)

  2. so tempting paratha............superb dear...perfectly done

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  4. Looks yummy, love to try this some time...

  5. we make like this a favourite looks delicious

  6. Thank you for you visit and wishing ambreen.

  7. Thank you for your regular visit faseela.

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  9. treat and trick definiely you try its amzaing taste.

  10. nice to see foods pictures...

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  11. I'm going to try this very soon, supera irruku akka.

  12. Thanks for dropping by Jaleela. The event accepts only vegetarian entries. Sorry Jaleela.

    Event: Sinful Delights
    Event: Stuffed Paratha

  13. slam my dear!
    your recipe seems yummy! i am on diet these days so missing paratha...huhhh..

  14. Nice recipe..Thanx for sharing...

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  16. mouthwatering, wanna have a bite, thanks for sending it to my event

  17. We usually make it in paratha form rather than triangles but either ways it's such a delicious dish. Thanks for linking it to my Eid Potluck Party. I would be glad if you could please link back to my event to help spred the word about the event.

  18. Do we have to use egg when making the dough? Like pour beaten egg ontobthe flour? Recipe looks awesome!


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