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I purchased this wonderful cookbook over the holidays--The Food of India, A Journey for Food Lovers and find this wonderful recipe. It is very easy to put together and is delicious served over rice.
A hot and spicy curry from the coast of India. The spices are blended with vinegar to give an authentic flavour. This is a dryish curry with not a lot of gravy, so it will blend well with other gravy rich dishes. Super dish.
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"An Indian friend of my mother's gave her this recipe for beef curry back in 1936," writes Bill Goodhue of Chino, California. "The recipe has...
The curries that are sold in the markets of southern Thailand inspired this heavily spiced dish. Chef Boetz says this delicious main course is a...
Easy and delicious. Curry is not traditionally a Chinese spice, but it adds a hint of exotic, subtle flavor to this dish. This can be a filling dinner for 2 on it's own or can be served as part of a multi-course Chinese-style dinner. It matches well with v
"This spicy beef curry is best served with plain basmati rice, or eaten with naan or pita bread."
This is a simple way to cook a beef curry, the use of cabbage gives this dish a different slant. Not many ingredients so give it a go. You could omit the noodles and serve with boiled rice.
This is an authentic, richly flavoured Indian dish, guaranteed to impress any curry fan. ItÂ’s even better the next day, so feel free to make it ahead of time. It makes a great meal served over a bed of rice and accompanied by a vegetarian curry or two. It
After having my first and most delicious Thai meal, I was on the hunt for recipes to make at home. I found this recipe in a beautiful book called, appropriately, "Beautiful Thailand". As with all curry dishes you will want to adjust the heat to your tastes
This is a quick fix dinner that is oh so tasty. Recipe comes from Cook's Illustrated. Note that light coconut milk can be substituted for regular coconut milk, but the sauce will be slightly thinner. If you prefer your curry a little less spicy, reduce the