Category Archives: curry

Kikinda Butta Chikkin

This is a total cheat fusion dish made from jars of commercial sauce but it is delicious! This is a non-cook’s dream to prepare and tastes very authentic.  But authentic what?  The Moroccan Harissa chilli sauce is very hot with … Continue reading

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Xanthan Experiment 1

I did my first cooking experiment with Xanthan gum today and added the tiniest half a smidgen to the tomato and coconut cream sauce in my beef curry, which is essentially the same as this Beef Sukka, except it is … Continue reading

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Portuguese Pork Curry

Now at last I have a working oven and stove again, and I am released from bondage to the slow cooker.  I also bought a big pile of nicely priced short-dated lean pork fillets last time I was in Halls … Continue reading

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Chicken Cashew Curry

Slow-cooker Chicken, Cashew and Coconut Cream Curry Really, really pleased with this one. It is very simple and can’t burn because it is done in a slow cooker. I would put this up against the best I have tried from … Continue reading

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Portuguese Two-Onion Curry

  This is a hot curry, and traditionally uses pork. However chicken or beef works well. This recipe uses gravy beef and is cooked in the slow cooker. Ingredients: 400-500g gravy beef cut into largish cubes 2-3cm. 1 onion finely … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooked Cashew and Coconut Chicken Vindaloo

Completely non – traditional.   It is the sort of thing one might cook when one does not have all one’s ingredients and implements to hand.  But it tastes good! 3 plump chicken breasts, cut into 3cm cubes 1/2 jar … Continue reading

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