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    Hi,

    I am looking for some curry recipes (any types) as I am new to the world of curry. My tastes have changed and now I love the flavour

    Could you please share your favourite curry recipe with me..... and the easier the better

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    I love korma and red thai curry. I'm lazy so use curry paste.

    Korma (based on what we had the other night):

    2 teaspoon korma paste
    1 can coconut cream
    Dried onion flakes (sprinkled)
    ~5 potatos
    1/2 sweet potato
    1 carrot
    1 zuchinni
    1 can lentils
    1 can kidney beans
    1 can diced tomatos

    I cooked it all in a large saucepan (par boiled the potatos first as we were in a rush) and served with basmati rice. It would be lovely with chicken in it.

    Red thai curry (sometimes green)

    Firm tofu cut into rectangles (I have made this with chicken too).
    2 teaspoons red thai curry paste
    1 zuchinni and/or broccoli
    1 carrot
    1 capsicum
    1/4 cup corn & peas
    1 can coconut cream
    1 tablespoon peanut oil

    Stir fry tofu in peanut oil and 1 teaspoon curry paste and set aside once golden brown.
    Stirfry vegies with remaining curry paste for ~5 minutes.
    Add coconut cream and tofu.

    Once heated through serve with rice.



    Eta: I used to make korma with passata and mashed cannelinni beans. It's quite versatile so great for using up whatever you have left in the fridge/pantry. I've also put steak in it! For the red thai curry you can choose whichever vegies you like to put in it...I've also use green beans and snowpeas in the past.
    Last edited by AdornedWithCats; 09-08-2015 at 20:44.


 

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