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Dhaba Style Aloo Qeema is a traditional Pakistani and North Indian dish that consists of ground beef or lamb cooked with potatoes in a fragrant blend of spices. The word “qeema” means minced meat and “aloo” means potato in Urdu/Hindi.

To prepare this dish, ground meat is first cooked with a mixture of onions, garlic, ginger and a blend of spices including cumin, coriander, turmeric, and garam masala. Potatoes are then added and simmered until they are tender and the flavors have melded together. The dish is typically finished with a garnish of fresh cilantro and served with naan bread, roti or rice.

Dhaba style refers to the style of cooking that is typically found at roadside dhabas, or food stalls, in South Asia. These eateries serve up hearty, rustic fare using simple, yet flavorful ingredients and cooking techniques. Dhaba style dishes are known for their bold, spicy flavors and are often cooked in large pots or tandoors over an open flame.



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