- n. alternative spelling of keema.
“A kheema is any (I think anyway) Indian dish made with ground meat (not into meatballs, but just crumbled ground meat).”
“My favorite kheema is actually a recipe from Nigella Lawson, although I have liked all of them that I have tried.”
“Thanks for your note saying that your favorite kheema is Nigella's.”
“I never thought of it as 'kheema' but I did something similar by crumbling frozen soy burgers.”
“I love the idea of faux 'kheema' with soy nuggets.”
“Italian American jam jambalaya keema/kheema kids cooking kiwi lamb lasagne”
“Since trekking four hours to Boston for my mom's kheema rolls is hardly always feasible during such an exhausting month, I make do with the offerings in the tri-state area.”
“Because if she had really wanted to make me suffer, she would have posted eight-by-seven pictures of kheema samosas instead.”
“When I'm not whiling away the days fantasizing about kheema samosas, finding innovative ways of masking Ramadan breath, patiently responding to well-intentioned but repetitive queries no, not even water!”
“While all of those are important and all, for me it's also the time of post-sunset kheema samosa gorge-fests.”
Looking for tweets for kheema.