Best cuts for Thai curry recipes
Chuck or boneless shin/gravy beef takes about 2-2½ hours of slow simmering, resulting in rich, tender beef.
Thai beef stew
Thai beef and sweet potato curry
Beef stir-fry strips make for a quick curry. Ensure the beef simmers gently when it is returned to the curry sauce.
Quick massaman beef curry
Beef and pumpkin curry
Lamb shanks are meaty and succulent, perfect for a slow simmered curry.
Braised lamb shanks with Thai red curry sauce
Goat leg and leg cuts (shanks) are very flavoursome. Have the butcher cut the goatmeat into 2cm cubes.
Goat massaman curry
Thai style red curry goat
- When you are using diced meat for a slow simmered Thai curry ask the butcher to cut it into 2cm cubes to give the curry consistency in texture and flavour.
- Beef and lamb stir-fry strips are great options for a fast, stir-fry style curry.