Curry is a cuisine that has been adopted by many around the world. It’s not just a dish, it’s an experience. When you think of curry, what comes to mind? The first thing probably would be the smell and taste of spices. It's also a dish that can vary in flavors depending on which region it originates from. Spices are also important to consider when creating this dish because they are what make curries so unique. Just like any other type of food, curries do contain fat and calories. But don't worry!
Curries have gained worldwide popularity, each with their own variations, and they're often cooked using a blend of vegetables, meats, and spices. This makes it a simple dish to prepare. Curry is generally eaten alongside rice to provide flavour and texture. When it comes to this delectable food, there are several different varieties of curries ranging from mild to spicy, so there is something for everyone!
We've compiled a list of some of the best curries to eat on our app and you'll learn everything you need to know about them in this blog post.
Nisha’s Chicken and Spinach Curry
Chicken curry is a common meal in many Indian households. Nisha began this dish by imagining how we might incorporate as many of our five-a-day as possible into a one-pan dinner. Adding a lot of spinach is a perfect method to achieve this without children or even adults seeing or tasting it since the flavours that come out of this curry are huge due to the myriad of spices that have been added.
Dean’s Baked Aubergine Katsu Curry
There is a famous restaurant chain that rhymes with ‘Braggamammas’ and specializes in katsu curry. Usually it’s a breaded chicken escalope fried until crisp, then smothered in a sweet and spiced Japanese curry sauce. Dean’s veggie version heroes the humble aubergine and is baked not fried.
Cyrus’ Vegetable Koftas
Koftas are dumplings that are usually served with a sauce. Here is a simple recipe that you can alter to incorporate any additional veggies you have on hand to bring it all together. You'll probably have some leftover koftas, so keep them separate for the sauce and serve them fried as a snack with a dipping sauce.
Veganuary’s Tofu Thai Green Curry
This simple vegan curry is influenced by central Thai cuisine. This is a vegan Thai green curry with tofu and crunchy veggies that is aromatic and creamy. Because fish sauce is used in many Thai dishes, they are not often vegan. This dish, on the other hand, has been created so that you may enjoy this excellent meal without missing out on the fragrant flavour. The dish includes a variety of Asian veggies and flavours, including pak choi, green chilies, peppers, maize, and others. This vegan green curry is a must-try!
Maple & Co’s Thai Red Lamb Curry with Cauliflower Rice
This supper was so excellent that it was featured on This Morning! This recipe takes a little longer to prepare, but it is well worth the wait. The red curry looks fantastic and is quite simple to produce. It's so wonderful that you'll want to prepare a few extra portions and freeze the rest for later.
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