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Beef Shakriya

Beef Shakriya

Prep Time: 30 minutes     Level of Difficulty: Average     

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100g Beef
100g Yogurt
Salt, To taste
5ml Ghee
10g Onion
White pepper, To taste
1 Egg
10g Garlic
Fresh mint, Few sprigs
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  • Take a pot and heat it and add ghee, sauté the sliced onion and beef.
  • Mix the yoghurt and the egg and bring it to moderate heat in a separate pot and stir all the time to avoid scrambling.
  • Now pour the sauce into the beef and check for the seasoning and garnish it with chopped fried Garlic.
  • Add the mint sprigs on top to garnish the dish.


GrandHyattChef_Mohamed-2424By Chef Mohammed Allo
Nationality: Syrian
It’s been only eight months for Mohammed in Qatar, but he’s already impressing guests with his culinary skills, especially in Arabic cuisine. He has previously worked as a chef in Four Seasons Hotel in Damascus, and Martini Hotel in Aleppo, before moving to Doha. His mother makes the best Arabic food, and he can’t get enough of her lentil soup and mixed Mahasi. “To taste what you make is an amazing feeling. And when guests love what you make, it’s an even more amazing feeling,” he says.

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