Cutlet Pao is a very popular Goan street food that has folks coming out in droves most evenings and lining up at little street-side vendors for their share of this delicacy. Thinly sliced meat that has been tenderized, marinated in spices, coated in semolina and then fried makes this a very simple and delicious dish. Here is my take on it.
1/2 kilogram beef, thinly sliced (approximately 1/4 inch) Note: Pork or Chicken could also be used.
2 - 3 tablespoon green masala (green masala recipe)
1 teaspoon roasted tempero cheiroso (tempero cheiroso recipe)
1 cup semolina (rawa)
salt to taste
oil for frying
chopped veggies for topping (cabbage, carrots, lettuce etc.)
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