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Beef Vindaloo CSIRO cookbook
Beef Vindaloo CSIRO cookbook

1) Mix chilli, cumin, pepper, ginger, garlic and tumeric in a small bowl, set aside.
2) Heat oil in a large heavy-based saucepan over medium heat. Add onions and cook for 10 minutes or until golden. Add beef in batches and cook for 10 minutes, or until beef is lightly browned.
3) Return all beef to the pan, add the mixed spices plus the cinnamon stick, cardamon and nutmeg. COok for 2 minutes or until fragrant. Add water (it should just cover beef) and chilli, bring to a boil.
4) Reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour.
5) Stir in vinegar and sugar and cook for a further 20 minutes.
6) Meanwhile, cook rice for 10 - 15 minutes in boiling water then drain. Serve with lots of fresh steamed vegetables.

Submitted by CHRISSY_MILLS
Calcutta  Pork Curry
Calcutta Pork Curry

For less calories use only milk 1%.instead of yogurt.

Submitted by INGMARIE
Keema (beef)
Keema (beef)

A base recipe which can be played around with for meat pasta sauce, or added vegetables of tomatoes, potatoes, zucchini, etc

Submitted by SQUEEKYR
Curried Beef
Curried Beef

This is a nice warm dinner for a nice cold day

Submitted by LISAMARIES
English Curry
English Curry

This is an British interpretation of an East Indian Curry probably originating from Madras from the 1970's.

Submitted by HAMJBMM
Slow Cooker Beef Curry
Slow Cooker Beef Curry

Easy Curry for Friday Nights done in a Slow Cooker

Submitted by ANJOUROSE
Lamb Shanks in Red Wine and Ginger Curry
Lamb Shanks in Red Wine and Ginger Curry

Delicious combination of flavours. If you have time to marinate the shanks in the red wine and spices overnight then so much the better.

Best to use a presure cooker if you have one but if not then translate the cooking time for a slow cooker or casserole. Bottomline, you have to cook this long and slow to achieve the desired effect.

As the meat will 'fall off' the bone during cooking this is an ideal dish to place on the table and let everyone serve themselves. We had it with side dishes of lentils and barley and long beans and bok choy sauteed in garlic.

Submitted by NEILJHK
Shan Beef Shahi Haleem, Prepared
Shan Beef Shahi Haleem, Prepared

Beef haleem prepared using Shan Shahi Haleem Mix with Pulses.

Submitted by LAURASMASSEY
Mango Chutney, Prosciutto and Paneer
Mango Chutney, Prosciutto and Paneer "Pizza"

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/aarti-s
equeira/mango-chutney-prosciutto-and-p
aneer-pizza-recipe/index.html

Submitted by LADYITHIS
Curried Pork
Curried Pork

Yay curried pork!

Submitted by CHENNYJADE
30 minute Pork Vindaloo
30 minute Pork Vindaloo

From Cook's Illustrated 30 Minute Recipes

Submitted by BUUKWORM14
Jalfrezi Beef & Vegetables.
Jalfrezi Beef & Vegetables.

Ok, so it uses a commercial sauce and spice base, and the sodium level isn't exactly low, but this is a great recipe for when you want something simple and quick which will look and taste great. It's even better when served with the side dish suggested under 'Tips', which I adapted from one of Jamie Oliver's 15 minute meal side dishes.

Submitted by HAVETOGETITOFF
Curried Pork and Butternut Squash
Curried Pork and Butternut Squash

A simple, hearty, slightly spicy dish that's a great craving-killer to stop you from running out to the local Indian buffet. Serve with a fresh green vegetable for a complete meal. Chicken may be substituted.

Submitted by BELLICOSA
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