Best cuts for a great Indian curry recipe
Chuck or boneless shin/gravy beef takes about 2-2½ hours of slow simmering, the result, and rich, succulent beef.
Beef, potato and pea curry
Indian style beef rogan josh curry
Beef round and blade can swap with beef chuck or gravy beef .They take a little less time to cook – about 1-1½ hours.
Mix’n match beef curry
Lamb forequarter or forequarter chops can be diced into 2.5-3cm cubes for a tasty curry
Lamb curry with kumara and spinach
Lamb korma curry
Diced goatmeat is tasty and inexpensive, it is best suited to slow cooked style curries.
What’s best curry sauce or curry paste?
- Go for a curry paste rather than a curry sauce, to give you depth of flavour and colour without the starchiness of a bottled sauce.
- Ready-made Indian pastes like rogan josh, vindaloo or korma are a clever cook's answer to a flavoursome curry that is quick to make.