For the village in Syria, see Kimah
Keema or Qeema or Kheema or Morteza (pronounced [ˈqiːmaː]) is a traditional South Asian meat dish. The word may be borrowed from Greek χυμὸς and originally meant minced meat. Another theory is about its Turkic origin. It is typically minced mutton curry (lamb or goat) with peas or potatoes. Keema can be made from almost any meat, can be cooked by stewing or frying, and can be formed into kababs. Keema is also sometimes used as a filling for samosas or naan. The word for a similar dish in Armenian is "Gheymah" ղեյմա and in Turkish "kıyma" means minced meat.
Ingredients of keema usually include minced meat, ghee/butter, onions, garlic, ginger, chilis, and spices.
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