500g fattis and monis macaroniOil500g Mince1 teaspoon ginger paste1 teaspoon crushed garlic Salt to taste½ teaspoon tumeric powder¼ teaspoon soomph powder1 onion sliced1 red pepper cubed1 teaspoon kashmiri spice1 teaspoon chillie powder2 tomatoes grated½ teaspoon jeera powder½ teaspoon dhania (coriander) powder½ teaspoon garam masala1 tablespoon tomato sauce Butter2 tablespoon flour 1 ½ cup milk dhania (coriander)
-Put macaroni to boil and strain when al dente -Wash mince and add garlic and ginger -Put oil in pot and fry mince until it browns -Add salt, tumeric and soomph powder to the mince and cook until water evaporates -Add onions and cubed pepper once oil starts sizzling -Add the chillie powder and kashmiri powder and let fry until onions soften. -Drop tomatoes in pot and then sprinkle the garam masala, dhania (coriander) powder and jeera powder powder. Cook until water evaporates again. -Add tomato sauce and fry a little more. Remove from pot. -Add butter to pot. -Put in flour and salt and whisk. -Add milk and keep whisking to make a white sauce. Not runny and not thick. If it's too runny, add a bit more flour. If it's too thick, add more milk. -When white sauce reaches right consistency, drop the mince back into the pot and mix. -Drop in macaroni and mix altogether. Add dhania (coriander), mix again and serve.
INFO & TIPS
I feel like the dhania and red pepper specifically gave it that oomph... So if you're considering leaving those out or changing them up, it won't exactly taste the same.