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Beef Korma

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October 24, 2015

Beef Korma 3 0 5 4
  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 5 hrs
  • 15 mins

    5 hrs

    5 hrs 15 mins

  • Yields: 4-6

Ingredients

2 medium onion

4 cloves garlic

1 inch piece fresh ginger

1 tsp oil

1tsp salt

1tsp paprika

2tbsp ground almonds

1Tbsp garam masala

1tsp red curry paste (optional)

3tbsp tomato paste

1 cup beef stock

1.5kg Beef - I used blade steak

2/3 cup yoghurt

2 rounded Tbsp cornflour

Directions

1Finely dice onions, crush garlic, mince ginger. Put this with a little oil into a frying pan on low heat and cook until onions translucent, approx 5 minutes

2Add salt, paprika, ground almonds, Garam Masala, red curry paste (optional). Cook for 2 minutes.

3Add tomato paste and stock, cook 2 minutes.

4Place korma mix into slow cooker and add in beef that has been diced into approx 1 inch cubes.

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6Mix cornflour and yoghurt and add in for last 20 minutes, turn cooker off when you do this.

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8I cooked this on high for 1st hour and then turned to low for 4hrs. It could all be done on low for at least 6 hrs.

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10This can also be done with lamb, chicken or vegetables. The chicken version I did 1st hr on high and then 3 hrs on low.

Submitted by Nikki

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9 Reviews

Rebecca

June 3, 2016

Delish I added corn peas and carrots yummo will defiantly name again

Rozi Pottsy

May 25, 2016

Thanks to the other reviews here, I used salt reduced beef stock and used more red curry paste as we like ‘hot’
And it was perfect to our tastes.
I served it with a dollop of greek yoghurt and a chili naan bread.
A really lovely dish, and will be happy to make this again

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Nikki Willis

May 24, 2016

Rachelle you could try using more curry paste and garam masala, I only put that amount in to keep it kid friendly 🙂

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Nikki Willis

May 24, 2016

Clare, you can omit the salt and use a salt reduced beef stock if you find it salty. 🙂

Clare Crannitch

May 5, 2016

I just made this and it is waaaay too salty! I’m not a salt fan so this is almost inedible to me which is a shame as the rest of it is delicious. I used blade steak and had it on one hour high then 3-4 on low.

Rachelle

April 22, 2016

Really needs more flavour, ours was missing something . I used everything and was on low for 8 hours.

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Nikki Willis

March 16, 2016

Emily, yes you probably could 🙂

Emily

February 29, 2016

Do you think I could use beef brisket for this recipe?

K Hutchinson

February 2, 2016

My 7 and 4yo both loved this and want me to make it again. I used ginger powder as we didn’t have any fresh, and I omitted the salt and red curry paste. Also only used 1 tspn of garam masala cos we ran out >.<

This recipe is flexible in that I had it on high for about 1.75 hours (went out and did the shopping), then had it on low for 2 hours. I could have done without the cornflour at all but added it in cos it was the first time i'd made it, and we also added a bit of water as it was quite thick. Probably cos of the cornflour!! We also added a whole red capsicum in the last 20 mins.

Overall, very easy and kid friendly meal. Will definitely make it again 😀

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