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Beef and Shrimp Bombay


240 min

Beef and Shrimp Bombay

Beef and Shrimp Bombay Photo 1


240 min


4 persons




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Author: Monica Feluchi

Indian dishes are always very delicious, spicy and aromatic. Due to these properties, they stand out from the crowd. This beef and shrimp bombay is not an exception. It is cooked with stunning marinade and contains the ingredients most people like. So, if you are looking for something extraordinary, hurry up to cook this dish right away!


  • orange juice: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • vinegar: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • lime juice: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • lemon juice: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • ginger: 0.25 cup (fresh, chopped, for the marinade)
  • Worcestershire sauce: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • honey: 2 Tbsp (for the marinade)
  • garlic: 5 clove (chopped, for the marinade)
  • chili pepper: 1 piece (crushed, for the marinade)
  • thyme: 2 Tbsp (for the marinade)
  • Bourbon: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • Chervil: 2 Tbsp (for the marinade)
  • cinnamon: 2 Tbsp (for the marinade)
  • salt: 3 Tbsp (for the marinade)
  • soy sauce: 0.25 cup (for the marinade)
  • mint leaves: 4 piece (chopped, for the marinade)
  • beef: 800 g
  • shrimp: 300 g
  • Madras curry powder: 3 Tbsp
  • celery stalk: 3 piece
  • tomatoes: 1 piece (large)
  • red onion: 0.5 piece (largely diced)
  • mango: 1 piece (diced)
  • papaya: 1 piece (diced)
  • kiwi: 2 piece (diced)
  • pineapple: 0.25 piece (diced)
  • coconut milk: 0.5 can
  • coconut: 0.5 pack (flakes)
  • almond: 10 piece
  • scallions: 1 piece (chopped)
  • cayenne pepper: 1 piece (chopped)
  • cilantro: 1 bunch (chopped)

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Stages of cooking

  1. Start cooking the dish with making the marinade. Take a deep bowl and mix all the ingredients needed for the marinade. Put the bowl into a fridge for one hour.

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  2. Meanwhile, start cooking the bombay. Take a piece of beef you have purchased and cut in into 2 parts. Don’t forget to trim the fat off the loin.

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  3. Then slice the meat widthwise to get three or four steaks.

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  4. Put the meat into the marinade and leave it in the fridge overnight.

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  5. Then slice the marinated meat into thin strips, heat the frying pan well and stir-fry them there. Add a small bit of marinade and let it caramelize to give the beef saturated color.

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  6. Take another frying pan and repeat the step with the shrimps. Then stir fry the garlic and ginger until they start darkening and add the fruit and vegetables. Cook them for about 3 minutes, then add more marinade.

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  7. As soon as it starts boiling, make cornstarch slurry and add to make the sauce dense. Then add the stir-fried meat, shrimps and vegetables and mix the ingredients well.

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  8. Heat the frying pan once again and mix the almonds, scallions, and coconut. As soon as the mixture starts browning, keep sautéing off the heat, but make sure the coconut does not burn.

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  9. Serve with rice noodles or boiled rice and top with coconut mixture.  Enjoy the dish!

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History of Beef and Shrimp Bombay:

Beef and Shrimp Bombay is a savory Indian dish that combines the flavors of beef steak and shrimp. The recipe is believed to have originated in the city of Bombay, which is now known as Mumbai in India. The dish is said to have been influenced by the native cuisine of Bombay and the spices used in Indian cooking.

Tips and Tricks for Beef and Shrimp Bombay Recipe:

  1. Use fresh and high-quality beef and shrimp for this dish.
  2. Marinating the beef overnight will give it more flavor and tenderness.
  3. Adjust the amount of chili pepper to your liking, as it can drastically change the spiciness of the dish.
  4. Use a thick-bottomed frying pan to prevent the sauce from burning.
  5. Make sure not to overcook the shrimp, as they can become tough and rubbery.

Tips for Presenting the Dish:

  1. Garnish with cilantro leaves and thinly sliced chili peppers for a pop of color.
  2. Serve with rice noodles or boiled rice to soak up the delicious sauce.
  3. Using a deep serving dish will help prevent the sauce from spilling over the sides.
  4. Serve with a side of naan bread or pappadums for a complete Indian meal experience.

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