"What? Is this really Okara!?" - That's the reaction I get whenever I make this dish. Once the meat and onion are cooked through, this dish is done! Super easy! This dish is also great with spaghetti or udon noodles. You can keep this in the freezer to store it for later.
Put all the ingredients into a pot. Pour in enough water to cover everything (I usually measure 3 tomato can's worth of water) and turn the heat on.
Mash the tomatoes and simmer to reduce until the mixture reaches your preferred consistency. It's done once the meat and onion are cooked!
Story Behind this Recipe
I was trying to think of a recipe to use up the okara, and came up with this delicious recipe by chance.
Try these variations: -Use either chicken, mixed, or pork for the ground meat. -Use either whole or cut canned tomatoes. -Pour over some udon noodles to make keema curry noodles. -Sauté a slice of chicken and use this curry like a sauce. -Mix in some finely chopped carrots.