Make 8 of these Curries easily with plate up

Indian culture is rich with history and traditions, which includes the introduction of curry. Curry is a combination of spices that are combined to create one dish or to be added to another dish. Curry was introduced in Britain in the 17th century during the British Empire, but has now spread throughout the world to become a staple in many international kitchens. In fact, emigrants from the Sylhet district in Bangladesh founded the British curry house industry in Britain, to this day around 90% of Indian restaurants in the UK are owned and run by British Bangladeshis. Chicken Tikka Masala quickly became England’s national dish.

Curries have spread across the globe each with their own variations but they are always made from a combination of vegetables, meats, and spices. This makes it an easy dish to make. Typically, curry is typically served over rice to add flavour and texture. There are many different types of curries from mild to spicy so there’s something for everyone when it comes to this delicious dish! Here a list of different curry recipes you can try out yourself! – Full recipes are on the plate up app, read on for the link!

Aromatic Indian Chicken Curry with Rice  

Aromatic Indian Curry with Rice - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

Many curries in the UK use a cream or butter base which, due to the high fat content, can make them extremely calorie rich. Here we have opted for a beautifully rich chicken curry that substitutes the dairy for a light coconut milk and tomato base and lets the wonderful assortment of spices do the talking instead. Not only does this curry not use cream, but it also uses brown rice too. Brown rice is usually more nutritious compared to white, it’s filled with fibre and minerals too. This curry is one you can indulge in all things Indian without feeling the guilt. This one’s a must if you love Indian food.

Thai Red Lamb Curry with Cauliflower Rice – Maple & Co

Red Lamb Curry with Cauliflower Rice - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

A dinner so good, it was featured on This Morning! This dish made by Maple & Co takes a bit of extra time to cook, but it is so worth the wait. The ‘red’ refers to the colour of the curry as well as the level of spice. This recipe is truly authentic as it uses all the traditional ingredients one would get in Thai cuisine like lemongrass, edamame beans and pak choi. If you can manage the spice, this one will tick all the boxes for you as the recipe uses red Thai curry paste as well as red chillies. The curry will warm you right up in this chilly autumn weather!

Simple Chickpea Curry – Lunchbox Doctor

Simple Chickpea Curry - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

This recipe uses simple ingredients and minimal effort for a quick and easy weekday curry. Buttered brown rice adds some carbs and a delicious aroma to this dish but keeps it really healthy at the same time. Chickpea is a great source of protein, making it an alternative to eating meat, so this is a nice recipe to make for the vegetarian or even vegan diet! It’s super simple and easy to make, proof of this is that it only takes 15 minutes to cook! The recipe can be made in batches too, so you and your family and/or friends can come together to enjoy this dish. 

Budget Chana Dal (Split Chickpea Curry) 

Budget Chana Dal - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

Here’s another one from the Lunchbox Doctor. We know that finding the right ingredients can be expensive, but what if I told you that you could make this dish without having to break the bank for a month? May I present to you a one pot, budget curry made from simple ingredients that makes for a nutritious and delicious lunch or evening meal that's tasty as heck. Made by the Lunchbox Doctor this dish will not disappoint.

Thai Tofu Curry with Rice Noodles – Rachel Carr

hai Tofu Curry with Rice Noodles - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

If you’re looking for a great vegan or vegetarian Thai curry this is the one. This sauce is simply irresistible and rich with a coconut milk base and fragrant spices. It's delicious with rice as well as noodles, which are used in this recipe. The ingredients list is very similar to the Thai Red Lamb Curry with Cauliflower Rice mentioned above, and it’s just as authentic. With this recipe you can impress and fool your friends and family, they’ll be guessing if the dish was indeed cooked by you or if it was ordered as a takeaway!  

Hot and Sour Paneer Curry with Rice – Peta Leith

Hot and Sour Paneer Curry with Rice - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

I’m really partial to paneer curry – it’s creamy, comforting and really delicious. This one is hot from the red chilli and curry powder, but also fruity and sour thanks to the tamarind and lemon juice. Paneer is an Indian cheese, very similar to cottage cheese in its taste. The entire dish really complements each other really well from the sourness of the tamarind and paneer to the heat from the chilli and sweetness of the peppers and tomatoes, all while everything is mixed in Indian spices. You can’t ask for more! 

Malaysian Chicken Curry – Emma Spitzer

Malaysian Chicken Curry - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

Malaysian curries in my opinion are one of the most interesting types of curries out there as they incorporate lots of different cultures and cuisines in one dish! Due to the population in Malaysia being so diverse, it’s no wonder why Malaysian curries have a mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese flavours and they all go so well together! The most interesting ingredient in this curry is Tamarind paste, something that’s well known in Malaysian and Indian cuisine but not very well known here in the west but it adds a whole different dimension, a sourness which you don’t often get! 

Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry

Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry - Indian Curry Recipes | Plate Up

When we think about Japanese food we often think of Sushi. The Katsu curry has recently been hitting trends in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. This recipe is lighter but still is a wonderfully fragrant version of the classic Japanese winter warmer. The dish combines chicken, veggies and rice with an assortment of mild spices to create a delicate yet moreish katsu curry that the whole family will love.

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