14 Curry Recipes To Warm You Up This Autumn.
(Updated post. First published here 11th November 2018).
Hello friends, fancy making a nice curry up for dinner next week?
Today I am sharing;
14 Curry Recipes To Warm You Up This Autumn:
1.) King Prawn Curry With Spanish Persimon Kachumber:
Fancy trying out this King Prawn Curry With Spanish Persimon Kachumber recipe?
Enjoy this warming, aromatic prawn curry with a chopped Indian salad of persimon, cucumber, avocado, chopped coriander and green chilli.
King Prawn Curry With Spanish Persimon Kachumber.
2.) Marco’s Pierre Whites Turkey Curry:
Prepare your usual curry and why not swap turkey breast for your usual lamb neck fillet and cut 278 calories plus 18g of fat*.
Marco’s Pierre Whites Turkey Curry.
3.) Butternut Squash, Coconut,Chickpea Curry With Toasted Coconut Flakes:
Butternut Squash, Coconut,Chickpea Curry With Toasted Coconut Flakes. How tasty?
Butternut Squash, Coconut,Chickpea Curry With Toasted Coconut Flakes.
4.) Winter Warming Massaman Beef Curry:
This delicious curry is the perfect winter warmer – the potatoes within the curry makes it a meal in itself.
Add cubed butternut squash and green beans to make it go a little further.
Winter Warming Massaman Beef Curry.
5.) Thai Chicken And British Asparagus Curry With Turmeric Rice:
Easy, fast goodness in a bowl.
Whip this up in under 30 minutes and give your usual Thai green curry a boost by adding British asparagus towards the end.
Thai Chicken And British Asparagus Curry With Turmeric Rice.
6.) Indian Turkey Curry With Shallots:
This fiery curry is softened by the sweetness of the shallots and the coconut milk.
Shallots do not need to be cooked thoroughly like onions and lend themselves extremely well to Indian spices.
Indian Turkey Curry With Shallots.
14 Curry Recipes To Warm You Up This Autumn.
7.) Thai Green Curry Fish Pie:
Thai Green Curry Fish Pie anyone?
This East-meets-West recipe is a mouthwatering original dish.
Either make four small pot pies or one large pie.
Thai Green Curry Fish Pie.
8.) Spiced Turkey Curry With Spinach, Peas And Cauliflower Rice:
British Turkey has teamed up with health coach and best-selling cookery writer, Madeleine Shaw.
Madeleine has created a selection of delicious recipes to promote the benefits of cooking with turkey, a lean and versatile protein, to those looking to live a healthy lifestyle.
Today I am sharing one of their recipes, Spiced turkey curry with spinach, peas and Cauliflower rice.
Spiced Turkey Curry With Spinach, Peas And Cauliflower Rice.
9.)Thai Prawn And Pineapple Curry. Pineapple: The Comeback Kid!:
Millennials are always on the hunt for the next food trend and recent findings reveal avocados are out and pineapples are in.
Thai Prawn And Pineapple Curry: Pineapple: The Comeback Kid!
10.) Quorn Fillets Durban Curry:
Are you looking for any meat-free or gluten-free recipes?
Fancy trying this Quorn Fillets Durban Curry?
Use Quorn’s Fillets to create a delicious, South African-style curry.
Quorn Fillets Durban Curry: Meat Free Meals.
11.) Cape Malay Chicken Curry:
This Indian-influenced curry is a fragrant combination of chicken, onions, garlic, South African apple and sweet potato with turmeric, chillies, cumin and cardamom.
It’s a spicy, warming treat!
Cape Malay Chicken Curry: How Tasty.
12.) Adaptable One Pot Curry For World Meat Free Day:
Today I am sharing a few recipes for #WorldMeatFreeDay starting with this Adaptable One Pot Curry recipe:
Adaptable One Pot Curry For World Meat Free Day.
13.) How To Make Kimberly Wyatt’s Quorn Pieces in Tomato & Turmeric Curry:
Quorn recently collaborated with Kimberly Wyatt, former Pussycat Doll and winner of Celebrity Masterchef, and she has created three recipes using Quorn products.
How To Make Kimberly Wyatt’s Quorn Pieces in Tomato & Turmeric Curry.
14.) Authentic Massaman Thai Curry:
Fancy Making An Authentic Massaman Thai Curry? Songkran is the annual festival which takes place over three days during the traditional Thai New Year, this year falling on Friday 13 – Sunday 15 April 2018.
Throughout Thailand there are celebrations, festivities and plenty of food; all culminating in a momentous country-wide water fight!
In the run-up to Songkran, Sanguan Parr, Head Chef at Nipa Thai in London, has shared her recipe for Massaman Gai (Yellow Chicken Curry).
A popular but classic recipe from the Southern region of Thailand, the curry is simple to make but guaranteed to impress – the perfect dish for your Songkran celebrations!
Fancy Making An Authentic Massaman Thai Curry?
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