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    Default Curry recipes

    Ok so I love the smell of curry while its cooking, I love food with lots of sauce BUT I hate hot food, I can't even handle pepper let alone chilli.

    Someone told me not all curries are hot... I looked in the international foods isle and got completely lost.

    Any ideas or recipes would be greatly appreciated!

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    Butter chicken or a lamb/beef saag are nice mild curries.

    I use this Butter Chicken one - it's got both Stove top and thermomix versions. You can omit the chilli or add as much as you like.

    http://www.quirkycooking.com.au/2015...-chicken-ever/

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    Penang curry is one of our favourites - you really need to make it according to your tastes, I don't find this one hot and DS (5) loves it

    To make the paste:
    6 dry red chillies, rehydrated and deseeded
    ½ bunch coriander root
    5cm piece grated ginger
    1/2 stick chopped lemongrass
    5 gloves of garlic
    1/2 cup chopped red onion
    ⅓ cup peanuts, boiled
    Splash fish sauce
    1 tspcumin, roasted
    2 tspcoriander seeds
    1 tspsea salt
    Lightly toast the cumin and coriander seeds then put all in a food processor and blitz , fry 2 tablespoons of paste in olive oil, add prawns or chicken or fish and cook for a few minutes, add 1 can coconut milk, chopped veggies ( I usually add beans and carrots ) and cook for about 15 mins ( less for prawns) serve with steamed rice


    Or butter chicken curry ( or prawns) is another favourite - this is the recipe I use

    http://sundayinmykitchen.blogspot.co...icken.html?m=1

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    I think you'd like a yellow curry OP.

    Check this one out:

    http://pinchofyum.com/thai-yellow-ch...-with-potatoes

    This recipe is really basic (uses store bought paste), but it's totally delicious.

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    Jamie oliver has a great chickpea curry recipe. My kids love it.

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    I also hate hot curries bit love curries! !
    Jamie oliver chicken korma is yummy and not spicy.
    Also his lamb rogan josh.

    I made a weight watchers fish curry this week that was super easy and not spicy. I did it with prawns. It was basically ground coriander and a few spices. Curry leaves, tomato and coconut milk. It was yummy! !
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    The basic one I use is as follows:

    2 chicken breasts diced
    1 onion chopped
    Mixed veg (I use peas, corn and diced carrot as it's easiest)
    1 tbs flour
    1-2tsp Keens curry powder
    1 tbs butter
    1 cup milk
    1 cup chicken stock

    Heat oil in pan then add in the chicken breast and cook till just cooked through. Remove from pan.

    Steam/microwave your veg (inc onion) until just soft.

    Make a roux with the butter, flour, curry powder then add in milk and chicken stock together. Stir until all lumps are gone and you have a saucy consistency.

    Put chicken and veg into the pan with the sauce. Stir well. Cover with kid and let simmer for 5-10min to allow flavour to develop.

    Serve with basmati rice and naan!


 

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