Indian Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Creamy Curried Beef and Pasta
Creamy Curried Beef and Pasta

I created this recipe as an alternative to traditional Italian style pasta sauce.

Submitted by MLB1974
Beef with Green Beans
Beef with Green Beans

This easy to cook curried dish is a delicious variation on a traditioal Indian recipe

Submitted by SALLYGEE1
Curried Venison
Curried Venison

High protein and low-cal! Great use for leftover peas and baked potatoes. You can makeover this recipe with extra-lean hamburger or chicken. Serve over rice of your choice (not included in nutritional info.)

Submitted by LADYFROMTHEWOOD
Curried Stew with Lamb
Curried Stew with Lamb

Lamb is Marinated in Yogart and Garlic overnight then slowly stewed the next day.

Submitted by MKCAROLYN
Linda's Pork Curry Stew
Linda's Pork Curry Stew

cook all day, or overnight in the crock pot. Cauliflower stays surprisingly in tact! I eat it like a stew, with maybe a warmed garlic pita...but you can also serve with rice (although I'd omit the potatoes and turnip if i was using rice)

Submitted by JEN_HA
Curried Lentils with Italian Sausage
Curried Lentils with Italian Sausage

This recipe hits the spot for flavor and heartiness. It's very simple to make and there should be plenty left over for a second meal.

Submitted by LESSNALGAS
Goan Pork  Curry with Vinegar: Pork Vindaloo
Goan Pork Curry with Vinegar: Pork Vindaloo

Recipe courtesy Aarti Sequeira

Submitted by JOANNINE
Indian Beef Curry
Indian Beef Curry

Similar to Zaar's Indian Beef Madras Curry #259669 but without the crushed tomatoes.

Submitted by SYNDIKA
LAMB CURRY
LAMB CURRY


Source: Canadian Living Magazine: September 2003
Portion size 8

Submitted by JOIEROURA
Ginger Buffalo Curry (Slow Cooker Version)
Ginger Buffalo Curry (Slow Cooker Version)

Serves 10; Season this distinctive curry with a fresh blend according to this recipe. Or use ready-made curry powder as a time saver.

Submitted by TAROTGARDEN
Rustic Indian Mutton/Lamb Curry
Rustic Indian Mutton/Lamb Curry

A rustic Indian 'Warli-Style'(a tribe in Maharashtra) flavorful and fragrant curry made with lean mutton (substitute with lamb).

Submitted by ARPITAK
Curried Beef and Potatoes
Curried Beef and Potatoes

After I tried this recipe, my son has asked for it several times. We like it any meal of the day! Has a mild bite to it, nothing overwhelming. Want it spicier - add more masala/curry - or just some extra red pepper! My son likes some cheese sprinkled on top - feta or cheddar. Not included in nutritional info.

Submitted by CRAFTYC
Beef kofta curry
Beef kofta curry

absolutely delicious. A fair few of calories but can be used as a reward? Great for people who love flavour and hate bland foods. Not spicy. Rice can be substituted for the pita bread. Good for dinner parties.

Submitted by LAURABUTTON
Beef Curry with Lentils
Beef Curry with Lentils

Found a similar recipe online for a tomato based beef curry (no coconut milk). Trimmed it down to make it healthier and changed around the seasoning a bit since I have a hard time finding traditional products in Okinawa. Can substitute a lower sodium broth or use 2 cups of water and 2 boullion cubs. Can also substite ground ginger powder for the fresh (change the measurement though). Feel free to leave out the lentils too if you want to make it even lighter, or even increase the lentils and leave out the beef to make it a vegetarian friendly dish.

Submitted by SUZYOKI
Japanese Golden Curry
Japanese Golden Curry

This curry is made from the Japanese style curry mix Golden Curry. it is very delicious and is served over rice traditionally, or can be served over mashed potatoes for a curry beef shepherds pie.

Submitted by NOEY1999
Lamb Rogan Josh
Lamb Rogan Josh

This one is SO worth the longer prep. Perfect company food. The long simmer means you can start it earlier in the day, then just give it a quick stir as you prepare the rest of your dinner and hang out with your guests! You could even finish the entire dish, then hold it in a 250 oven for another hour until dinner!

Submitted by TAMRACLOVEC
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