Pakistani Beef Stew

This was an absolutely fabulous stew complemented beautifully by a cold bottle of California Chardonnay and homemade garlic bread!

While I am at it- I don’t know how this stew looks to you but it was absolutely fabulous. My wife is an expert at homemade curry particularly of the yellow variety. This dish apparently is a well known Pakistani dish simply called “Pima.”

For anyone who loves curry and beef this stew is for you. The potatoes were cooked al dente and the peas mixed in gave it just the right balance. Nice as a single dish for a late dinner, although we followed it up with a fresh garden salad topped with a garlicky white Greek dressing!





About marklangley

Presently, the founding Headmaster of Our Lady of Walsingham Academy in Colorado Springs (see www., former headmaster and Academic Dean at The Lyceum (a school he founded in 2003, see Mark loves sacred music and Gregorian Chant and singing with his lovely wife, Stephanie, and their children.
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2 Responses to Pakistani Beef Stew

  1. Margie says:

    This looks very good Mr. Langley! 🙂 In all due seriousness, it seems to me, there most assuredly is a fitting way to eat and drink. God has given us a variety of delightful things to satisfy our stomachs. We are meant to delight in them; otherwise there would be no reason for them to be pleasurable. If we did not, it seems we would be throwing away a gift from God Himself! Thus, as men, we should strive, to fill our stomach with a proper meal, that is, a meal in which all its elements are perfectly balanced. As a side note, however, it does not follow from this that one ought never to fast. 🙂 And now for a question: It seems that our taste ought to be developed over time and by “going to the man with good taste” – Does that mean there is a universal perfect taste, so to speak, and that one should not pursue his own tastes but strive to develop his taste so that it may be ordered to this end?

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