Family Friendly Beef Curry

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September 26, 2017

Family Friendly Beef Curry 5 0 5 10

A lush, beef curry the whole family can enjoy 🙂 A slow cooked, coconut cream based bowl of mild, meaty curry you'll be sure to want seconds of!

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 7 hrs
  • 15 mins

    7 hrs

    7 hrs 15 mins

  • Yields: 5

Ingredients

1kg of blade steak cubed,

1 large onion diced

1/2 tablespoon of minced ginger

1 tablespoon of minced garlic

1/2 teaspoon of tumeric

3 teaspoons of mild curry powder (I like Keens brand)

400ml can of coconut cream

2 teaspoons of cornflour

1 tablespoon of soy sauce

1 tablespoon of packed brown sugar

Additional 1-2 tablespoons of cornflour to thicken at end

Directions

1Add diced beef & onion to slow cooker

2Combine all other ingredients well in a jug (except the additional cornflour in last ingredient), and pour over beef & onion

3Cook on low for 7hrs - will easily extend to 8hrs cooking time if needed

4In the last half hour of cooking mix additional cornflour with a little water and add to slow cooker to thicken

5Serve with rice, or mashed potato, or cauliflower mash

6This is a mild family friendly curry - if you like it hotter add more curry powder 🙂

Submitted by Paulene Christie

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15 Reviews

Michele

August 9, 2018

😍 my new go to curry.
Didn’t change a thing. Everyone loved it.
Think I’ll add some veggies next time.
Thank you so much 😀

Colleen Marslen

August 9, 2018

Very very yummy!
I skipped the tumeric, and added 2 parsnips, 2 carrots, and 5 baby potatoes. Also some spinach before serving. Really enjoyed it!

Jocelyn Rennie

August 2, 2018

I made this last night it was absolutely delicious, we had leftovers for lunch today. will definitely be making this a regular meal choice.

Margaret Elliott

July 28, 2018

I would definitely recommend this Recipe. I used Oyster Blade steak – Browned it first, and used Light Coconut Cream. I added Capsicum, Carrot & Celery. I served it with mashed Potato & steamed cauliflower & Broccoli. 10/10. Thank you Pauline for sharing this recipe. Loved it.

Julie B

July 25, 2018

This turned out very nicely with a rich, dark gravy just as in the photo. I didn’t need to use the extra cornflour, maybe because I used the “tea towel” method?
I just used 600g chuck steak, a large diced potato and added some baby spinach at the end. Oh, and I added some extra chilli powder, onion powder, garlic powder and salt for extra flavour.

Cathy Pieroz

July 15, 2018

Yum we love this curry! I add spinach at the end it’s delish

Kirsty

July 1, 2018

This is my family favourite my fussy 6 yr old loves it we use chicken most of the time instead of beef

Jodie Leemhuis

June 27, 2018

Loved this recipe! I sautéed the onion and garlic first and then followed exact recipe, very easy. I added 5tsp of curry powder (next time will use 3or4tsp) and added a can of coconut cream as well as coconut milk. Was still a little spicy after cooking it so I added 300 ml thickened cream just before serving on rice. Very tasty indeed! Thanks for this recipe Paulene, it’s a keeper in our house 🙂

Kerry shead

April 6, 2018

This recipe was ok, tasty but needed something else?? .. added a tin of tomatoes as coconut cream was over powering. I also added extra curry and a little chili powder. Mine also did not have rich brown colour as in previous comments, more a korma colour! (Didn’t matter) probably will use an indian curry paste next time 😁

You could yes 🙂
Or auto that’s 2hrs high at the start then goes to low (if you have auto setting on yours)

Leanne Hodges

April 3, 2018

Could you shorten the cooking time by starting on high?

Kirsty

April 1, 2018

This is our go to family night dinner, kid approved

That’s odd as mine was certainly as I photographed it, rich and brown and tasty 🙂
But not to worry ….plenty more recipes that may be more to your taste I’m sure!
Happy slow cooking x

Donna

January 23, 2018

Sorry I didn’t like it at all. I don’t know how the picture shows a brown gravy as mine is a pale anaemic colour and all I can taste is coconut cream. I dont know what I can even add to help with the flavor. So disappointed as it looked really nice.

Darren Comley

October 2, 2017

Quite a nice recipe. I used 1.3 kg of steak, upped the curry powder and added 5 chillis and a tin of coconut milk on top of the cream. I only used a tiny bit of sugar as I love the curry flavour and was not looking for sweetness. I would certainly do this again and will continue to tinker/experiment to get it closer to my personal tastes.

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