Keema Curry {Recipe}

Growing up I had the wonderful experience of living

in a neighborhood filled with culture.

From the time I was 5 until I was around 10

we lived beside 5 other families…..

and it just so happened that each family

was from another country. I loved it!

The family right beside us was Italian,

the one next to them was Russian,

the one on the other side was East Indian,

another was Polish,

and then the other family was German.

And then there was us, American.

Six countries were represented on our street.

Once-a-month we would all pull our dining room

tables out onto our front lawns and fix a dish

that was authentic to our own country.

Then we would go around and get to sample

dinners from six different countries in one meal!

It was one of my favorite nights of the month.

I am still fixing many of those recipes that I discovered

during our monthly lawn dinners.

One of my favorites is an East Indian dish called

Keema Curry.

It is super quick and easy.

Ingredients:

1 lb. hamburger

2 cloves garlic

2 oz. oil

1 Tbsp. curry powder {I usually use 2!}

1 Tbsp. ketchup

1 Tbsp. sour cream

1/2 cup cooked peas

Brown rice….cooked

Directions:

Brown the hamburger and drain. Add the garlic, oil, curry, ketchup, and sour cream….simmer until well combined…about 5 minutes. Stir in the peas gently.  Serve the  meat mixture over brown rice {or your other favorite rice}. This is great served inside peppers!

My family loves this super easy dinner….in fact, my son will ask me to cook it just because of how wonderful it makes the house smell.

Happy Tuesday~

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11 thoughts on “Keema Curry {Recipe}

  1. Thanks for sharing! I’m always looking for good curry recipes, this looks super simple! How important are the peas? My other half won’t eat peas, do you think I could use chickpeas? He’ll eat those!

    • It is so very simple! No, you don’t have to use the peas if you don’t want to….in fact, the pictures I used don’t have the peas in them. 🙂 {I have non-pea lovers here, too!}

  2. Hello! I made this last night for my family. Everyone loved it! I served with Jasmine Rice and a spring mix of veggies. YUMMY! Thank you for sharing!

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