Curry recipe

Quick and Easy Curry Recipe

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Curry is surprisingly easy to make and you can basically throw whatever you have on hand into the dish. It is a really easy recipe to make and customize.

I’ve been making the same basic curry recipe for 7 years now. Initially, it was my friend Melany that turned me on to curry. She made a pineapple curry that was amazing. I got the recipe from her and have used the basic elements of it to make whatever curry I’m in the mood for.

I buy the large tubs of curry paste sold at Cash and Carry because this is the cheapest place I’ve found it so far. I do not know the differences between red, green, and yellow curry, and have used them all. In my opinion, they all taste basically the same, so make this recipe with whatever curry paste you have on hand.

As far as what vegetables or fruits to use I’ve used a bunch, including bell pepper, onion, pineapple, tomatoes, grapes, sweet potatoes, potatoes, and eggplant.

Curry Recipe

2 cans coconut milk

2 tbsp curry paste

2 tbsp brown sugar

1 pound of cooked meat (I use chicken)

1 small can of bamboo shoots, drained (optional)

2 cups of vegetables and/or fruit

1/4 cup fresh basil

1-2 tbsp of fish sauce

In a large pan, stir together the coconut milk and curry paste.

Bring to a simmer.

Then add the rest or the ingredients.

Let simmer for at least 5 minutes.

Serve over rice.

If you want noodles in it throw in some already-cooked rice noodles. 

More Curry Recipes:

Shrimp Coconut Curry

Curry Thai Fried Rice with Pineapple

This is a great base curry recipe that you can customize to your liking. I like to add extra veggies, but you can add more or less of any ingredient to suit your taste. What is your type of curry? Let us know in the comments below!

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    I notice that the sauce in your Curry appears / photographs as very liquid, which I think would be very tasty if poured over boiled Basmati
    But to reduce the sauce, would I boil the sauce down to thicken it or would I add cornflour (i.e. cornstarch)? I don’t want to attempt to reduce or add a substance to this curry which may damage the flavour
    Please answer to my email address which is attached to my posted comment
    Otherwise the curry has ingredients which will produce a good tasty curry
    I thank you – Daz

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