Select Type of Recipe

Sharing is caring
Beef Curry with Turmeric & Green Chillies for the Base

Beef Curry with Turmeric & Green Chillies for the Base

Mark   January 05, 2017  
 
0.0
 
0.0 (0)
987   1   1   0  
Write Review
Beef Curry with Turmeric & Green Chillies for the Base

Recipe Type

Background Info

This is a simple curry I make often because turmeric and chillies grow easily in our subtropical climate and both make a great base for a curry or stew or whatever you want to call it...

Recipe Info

Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
3 hours
Serves or Units
3-4 people

Ingredients

1 KG Meat cubed up (steak or stewing cuts)
1 Cup Turmeric - roughly chopped
1/2 Cup Ginger - roughly chopped
4-6 Long chillies (mild or medium heat roughly chopped)
4 Onions (small/medium size roughly chopped)
2 Teaspoon Garlic (crushed)
1 Can Coconut milk or cream (400 mils)
1 Can Tomatoes (crushed/diced)
2 Tablespoon Tomato paste
1-2 Teaspoon Beef stock powder (to make about 400 mils)
2 Tablespoon Sugar (brown raw sugar is what I use)
1 Litre Water (roughly all up to use throughout)
Qty Pinch Salt and Pepper to season if desired

Method

  1. Brown off the meat on a stove top in a Casserole dish (use a little canola or oilve oil if you want).
  2. Whilst the meat is cooking place the turmeric, chillies, onions, and ginger in a food processor or blender and blitz until a smooth wet paste. TIP: adding a little water during the blending will help
  3. Remove the browned-off meat from the dish and set aside leaving the oil or fat in the base and then add the blended turmeric/chillie paste plus garlic and fry/cook the paste for about 5 minutes until it thickens and becomes aromatic.
  4. Place the meat back in the dish and mix with the paste whilst still cooking over a medium heat.
  5. Add the coconut milk/cream, tomatoes, tomato paste, beef stock powder (with 400 mils water), sugar, a little salt and pepper, and stir over a medium heat until well mixed together.
  6. Once the mix starts to simmer on the stove top, add about 400 mils more water stir well, cover with lid, and place in preheated oven at around 185C (or 365F).
  7. Check every hour and stir. After 3 hours the curry should be reduced down to a thick chunky sauce.
  8. Serve with rice or naan bread and fresh cucumbers. In this example, I also served a side of sauerkraut as this goes excellent with curry.

Although this curry isn't very complex and only contains several ingredients, it's still full of flavour and has depth of taste. Turmeric on its own is known to be a very healthy spice proven to lower blood pressure and be full of antioxidants that fight cancer-causing agents. So this recipe not only tastes great it's also very good for our overall inner health.    

Garlic - Yes you can simply add garlic to the initial base ingredients and blend them up together instead of adding the garlic during the paste fry off stage. 

Fresh or pickled cucumber is always great as a side for curry dishes. Sauerkraut is different but we really love how it accompanies curry - you really have to try it to see what I mean! Here's a simple sauerkraut recipe  

There's also a video (see below) on this recipe. 

User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Already have an account?
Ratings (the higher the better)
Easy to Make
1 star means hard 5 stars means easy
Taste
Did you enjoy eating it?
X Factor
Give this recipe your X Factor rating
Pros & Cons
Comments
Comment on Facebook below or use our section further down to have your say...

Comments (0)

Rated 0 out of 5 based on 0 votes
There are no comments posted here yet

Leave your comments

You can post directly as a guest, Or, Sign up or login to your account.
Attachments (0 / 3)
Share Your Location

You Might Like

Videos

They Didn't COME UP! Corn Replanting Seedlings
When my corn or other crops fail to germinate I usually transplant and that's why I always oversow s...
How to Make Turmeric Powder 4 Ways - Skin On, Peeled, Raw & Fingers
This video shows how I make turmeric powder 4 different ways with the skin on, skin off (peeled), ra...
5 Tips How to Grow a Ton of Malabar Climbing Spinach
Here are 5 tips on how to grow spinach - the climbing type commonly called Malabar or Ceylon spinach...
Diversity Unusual & Rare Food Plants Mixed with Ornamentals
I like collecting rare and unusual food plants but I don't just do it as a hobby rather it's a way t...
How Many Quail Do I need to Keep For Eating & Breeding
This video answers a question I received asking "how many quail do I need to keep to grow for food" ...
Don't Buy a Treed Acreage or Homestead - Too Many Trees Too Much Work?
If you are thinking about buying an acreage/homestead you should consider how much work the existing...

Fruit & Veg

Articles about fruit & veg growing you'll get nowhere else

Poultry

Chickens, Ducks, & Quail information

Health

Tips, Exercise, News, & Lifestyle

Reviews

Latest Product Reviews

About Us

Read our story!

Forum

Join our sister site & become a member of our self-sufficient online community!

 

Newsletter | FAQ |  Privacy Policy | Copyright 2011 - 2017 Self Sufficient Me