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    Easy Peasy one pot beef & tomato curry

    This is not a Thai curry. I'd say it is more Indian in smell & taste than anything else. There are quite a few ingredients & I think I remember being able to get the Indian spices in Thailand - if not, apologies

    Despite the large number of ingredients it's really easy to make - just bung everything together and cook - and it tastes & smells lovely!

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    500g beef cubed.





    1/4 tsp turmeric, 2tsp garam masala, 2tsp ground cumin



    400g chopped tomatoes. This is obviously canned, but skinned fresh work really well

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    And?.

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    1 tsp finely grated ginger, 4 garlic cloves (finely chopped), 2 chillies (finely chopped). I use scotch bonnet or habanero chillies as I like the smokiness and heat, but use whichever chillies are to your taste. large handful roughly chopped coriander




    1 bell pepper (sliced into strips), 1 onion (diced)

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    100ml coconut milk, 1tbsp tomato puree, salt & pepper to taste



    350ml water

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    That's it for ingredients. As I said, bung them all into a large ish pot




    Mix together...



    Bring to the boil, cover with a lid and simmer over a low heat for 1 hour 30 mins.

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    After 1 hour 30 mins it will look like this. Remove lid and increase heat while stirring occasionally to reduce and thicken sauce for 5 or 6 mins.



    Serve with rice or bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koojo View Post
    And?.
    Tsk, tsk. Patience is a virtue, Koojo

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    Fat free cooking - well done. Will try it next week

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    Looks worth the wait, good job,
    Have a green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus
    Will try it next week
    Let me know what you think
    Quote Originally Posted by Koojo
    Looks worth the wait, good job,
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    Nice, NR!

    Even looks appetising for me...

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    Nice one NR. I'm not much good with all the different ingredients so just use a good paste.
    You'll probably enjoy Rick Steins India as he does a proper curry too just like yourself, very inspiring.

    BBC iPlayer - Rick Stein's India: Episode 1

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    That looks damn good, Miss Rain.

    I'd marry you myself, if you put a beer next to it

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    It does look good indeed, Mr. Rain has a culinary feast to enjoy yum yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo
    You'll probably enjoy Rick Steins India as he does a proper curry too just like yourself, very inspiring.
    Been watching it. Mr NR & I have been drooling over a lot of the street type food he's shown


    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    I'd marry you myself, if you put a beer next to it
    Hehehe. You'd have to fight Mr NR. I swear one of the main reasons he's marrying me is my cooking

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain
    I swear one of the main reasons he's marrying me is my cooking
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    I have been drooling
    hmmmmm

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    I've been watching Rick Steins India too!!

    Good one NR!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin
    Even looks appetising for me...
    High praise, indeed
    Quote Originally Posted by dobella
    It does look good indeed, Mr. Rain has a culinary feast to enjoy yum yum.
    This was Monday's. He's got lasagne made from scratch tonight.
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    Good one NR!!
    Cheers, Pats

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    Saxo course sea salt ?
    that's for big puffs, get some healthy


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    Looks great!

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    Nice one NR green sent , but 1 point deducted for too much fat/ sinew stuff on the meat before cooking ,, I,m a fussy git can only eat 100% lean meat ,, just me sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    but 1 point deducted for too much fat/ sinew stuff on the meat before cooking ,, I,m a fussy git can only eat 100% lean meat ,, just me sorry
    Understand, but I'm in the camp of a little fat increases flavour

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    Exactly! All the flavour comes from fat, that's why waygui beef is so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    but 1 point deducted for too much fat/ sinew stuff on the meat before cooking ,, I,m a fussy git can only eat 100% lean meat ,, just me sorry
    Understand, but I'm in the camp of a little fat increases flavour
    And you'd be in the right camp, it's also not necessarily terribly bad for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Nice one NR. I'm not much good with all the different ingredients so just use a good paste.
    Same as the Prego king 'cooks' spaghetti with a jar. which is fine, there's nothing wrong with taking shortcuts, but they're not really thread worthy, are they?

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