Curry Recipes: A Great Way to Spice Up Your Life

Curry Recipes: A Great Way to Spice Up Your Life indian saag paneer curry in balti dish with cilantro garnish

    Are you ready to let amazing flavors come into your life? Well, you could do yourself a world of good and get into these curry recipes. The flavors, the textures, the warmth will make you feel complete. 

    Yes, I am trying to curry your favor (I apologize for this pun, but I will not delete it). Curry can be a wonderful meal if you know how to make it right. And we think we do and can show you how, thanks to these curry recipes. If you’re feeling just a tiny bit confused about what curry means, then I urge you to read this article where we talk about the difference between the leaves, the powder, and the dish. It’s all fascinating, especially the cultural dimension. And beyond bad puns, I really am interested in how things are named.

    That said, let’s check out some of the tastiest curry recipes that you can try to make right away!

    7 curry recipes to curry your favor

    1. Beef coconut curry

    Are you in the mood for some Thai cuisine? In that case, you should definitely try this beef coconut curry, because it’s full of strong flavors like ginger, garlic, and chili.

    Beef Coconut Curry

    2. Curry octopus fusilli pasta

    Pasta can be the bedrock of a wonderful dish or a plain one. Stick to the wonderful side by working on the toppings for the delicately cooked fusilli. How about some octopus? Make a curry with it, and let the textures, sauces, and spices build layer upon layer of flavor.

    Curry Octopus Fusilli Pasta

    3. Chicken curry with basmati rice

    Marinating chicken with buttermilk, coconut milk, and turmeric makes the meat much tender and flavorful, just perfect to be used in this delicious curry recipe!

    Chicken Curry with Basmati Rice

    4. Lentil curry with rice

    If you enjoy Indian cuisine as much as we do, then you will surely enjoy this recipe. It’s a lentil curry spiced with ginger, coriander, and turmeric, that’s traditionally served with rice. You can cook the rice in a straightforward, no-fuss way because the curry has all the spice you will need.

    Lentil Curry with Rice

    5. Turkey and leek curry

    If you have some leftovers from last night’s hefty dinner, here is a nice way to enjoy them in a totally different dish. You can make this delicious Indian curry by adding the leftovers next to some mushrooms and leek. Add garam masala, ginger, and coconut milk to the curry, and enjoy its delightful flavors.

    Turkey and Leek Curry

    6. Lamb curry

    Don’t be afraid of cooking lamb meat, because the result is worth the efforts and the flavor is to die for! Why don’t you give it a go with this lamb curry, with its tender texture and complex aroma brought to the forefront thanks to all of the spices? First make a marinade with yogurt, ginger, and garlic. After the lamb has soaked up the flavors, cook it on the stove with lots of onion, a couple of cinnamon sticks, turmeric, paprika, nutmeg, and mustard seeds. It’s simple, but it amounts to an intense experience.

    7. Chicken and sweet potato curry

    With chicken and sweet potato as the main ingredients, this curry is packed full of flavors. It’s got all the right ingredients from the Indian cuisine, like curry paste, coconut milk, turmeric, and ginger. And it’s ready in about half an hour, so it won’t take too much out of your time!

    Chicken and Sweet Potato Curry

     

    I’m a pop culture nerd who thinks too much about fried bacon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and life, the Universe and everything. I love food and sometimes you can see that on my hips, but I don't care that much about that.
    What I do care more about is trying to eat healthier, even though I admit that I like to indulge in my food fantasies. I’m addicted to puns, so forgive me for that when you read my articles. I now know too much about nutrition to be fun to hang out with. So long and thanks for all the fish-based omega-3 fatty acids.

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