Grind chillies ,ginger and garlic in to a fine paste .
Clean and cut meat ,potatoes and carrots into even sized cubes. Chop onions .
Boil meat with vinegar ,half the oil and salt . When half done add ground spices and cook till tender.
Fry potatoes and carrots in oil.
On fine sticks ,13 cm long ,thread onions ,potatoes meat ,carrots and raw tomatoes alternately .
Beat the eggs .Dip sticks in egg ,sprinkle with bread crumbs and deep fry.
Note: Use vegetables as per your like
Bit of Meat story:
What is Lean Meat?
What comes to mind when you think “lean meat?” Chicken? Turkey? They’re all good choices, but you might be relieved to know they’re not your only options when eating lean and mean!
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), lean meat is any serving of meat (3 ounces – about the size of a deck of cards) with less than 10 grams total fat, 4.5 grams saturated fat and 95 milligrams cholesterol. Extra lean meat has less than 5 grams total fat, 2 grams saturated fat and 95 milligrams cholesterol.
While skinless chicken breasts and turkey cutlets may still qualify as your best bets, even red meat can be healthy if kept lean and eaten in moderation. For the leanest ground beef, look for ground round (the leanest), followed by ground sirloin, ground chuck, and then regular ground beef (but aim for at least 90 to 95 percent lean, which contains about 5 grams of total fat per serving). Other lean options include:
Beef cuts with “loin” or “round” in the name (top round, round tip, top sirloin, bottom round, top loin and tenderloin)
Pork products with “loin” or “leg” in the name (tenderloin, top loin roast, top loin chop, center loin chop, sirloin roast and loin rib chop)
Lamb loin chop, arm chop and foreshanks
Veal cutlet, blade or arm steak
Why Should I Eat Lean Meat?
Lean meats are packed with important nutrients like B vitamins (niacin, thiamin, riboflavin and B6), which help the body’s metabolism, aid in red blood cell formation and play a vital role in our nervous system; iron, found particularly in red meat, helps maintain energy and carry oxygen through the bloodstream (and is especially important for teenage girls and women in their child-bearing years); magnesium, which is vital for building bones; and zinc, which is essential for our immune system.
What’s more, eating lean beef, veal, pork, and poultry can be part of a reasonable weight management program that also includes generous amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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