- Leftover roast beef, curry recipe needed
Yep can use half a teaspoon, curries are more a blend of flavours though so I always just put in “an amount” and then adjust through cooking if more or less flavour is needed. Cumin is your friend. I would gently fry all your ingredients ina bit of oil and then put in the spices, cook for a minute or 2, then put in the chopped tomatoes and wait for the flavours to come together.Posted 4 years agocbmotorsportMember
Fresh ginger, garlic, chilli and onion in a food proceesor, blitz it up to a paste, fry it off, add cumin, ground coriander, some garram masala and maybe some fenugreek seeds, cook for a bit longer, add beef, and some beef stock, reduce to the desired consitancy, add chick peas, spinach or whatever veg you like cook that through and serve it up.
Essentially it’s a lambs saag recipe, but would go well with beef.Posted 4 years agodeadlydarcyMember
If the spices have been hanging around for a while, prepare to be a bit disappointed*, or use shedloads of them. 🙂 And just whack in more garlic than you think. Finally, there are never too many onions in a curry.
*Having experienced a flavourless dish when going according to a recipe and using a teaspoon of this, teaspoon of that, etc.Posted 4 years agoreluctantwrinklyMember
To add body & colour, to the above I would add tomato puree, Dark soy (which also gives a bit of saltiness) & a dash of wine vinegar. I basically use a bit of everything in the store cupboard! I generally whack it in the oven after the initial cooking to let the flavours combine nicely.Posted 4 years ago
You guys are good at this. I dont have much experience of cooking “Indian” curries. I have some left over brisket which I have chunked up and looks good for a curry. The spices drawer has a fairly wide range of curry ingredients like garam masala, corianders, fenugreek, cumin and paprikas. Also got onions, some root veg, tinned toms, chick peas etc in the cupboards.
Anyone got a recipe then?Posted 4 years agoKlunkMember
2 onions chopped fried in oil for a few minutes add 2 tbsps of ginger and garlic paste fry on a high heat for a few minutes add 2 – 3 tsps garam masala & 1 tsp turmeric and 1 tsp chilli powder or cayenne pepper more or less on your bent ! 🙂 fry for 2 minutes, add your meat keep frying for 5 – 10 mins keeping it moving at all times add a tin of tomatoes simmer for five minutes add some yogurt simmer for further 20 mins… serve with rice fresh corriander naan the usual gubbins.Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
+1 for leaving it a day, just done the mince for tomorrow’s lasagne, & left over lasagne sarnies are lush
For sweetness ketchup works for convience or I use reduced coke mix I boil ham in (frozen in small tubs in the freezer), from nigella ham coke recipe.
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