EASY CHUNKY CURRY BEEF & VEGIE CASSEROLE

  

February 15, 2017

EASY CHUNKY CURRY BEEF & VEGIE CASSEROLE 5 0 5 3

Suitable for the whole family. Not too spicy but does have a little bit of a bite so if your kids will be eating this I would reduce curry powder to 1 tsp

  • Prep: 30 mins
  • Cook: 6 hrs 30 mins
  • 30 mins

    6 hrs 30 mins

    7 hrs

  • Yields: 4-6

Ingredients

500g diced beef (depending on how many you're feeding)

2 cups beef stock

1 beef stock cube

1-2 teaspoons Italian herbs

1-2 teaspoons curry powder (depending on how hot you like it, I use Keens)

1 onion, roughly diced

Vegetables of your choice, diced (I did potatoes, carrots, and in the last hr I add a half pack of frozen peas and sweet potato)

Salt and pepper to taste

Directions

1Combine all ingredients into the slow cooker

2Cook for 6-7 hrs on LOW

3Cooking time may vary depending on your slow cooker

4In the last hour add peas and sweet potato to preserve their consistency

5Serve and enjoy

Notes

1You may need to thicken it at the end with 2 tbsps of cornflour mixed with 1/4 cup of water, then add this mix to the casserole, stir and let sit for 15-20 mins with lid off, until desired thickness is achieved

Submitted by Jenny Small

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3 Reviews

Paula Koch

May 20, 2017

Such a simple and tasty recipe. I had everything in stock already and doubled the recipe adding a little gravy mix to thicken at the end. Got 8 generous adult serves over 2 meals. Will certainly make this again.

Kylie Handley

March 20, 2017

I love this! I doubled everything and added a tin of coconut milk about half hour before end time and OMG what a meal. Definitely 5 stars for this one. Thank you Jenny 🙂

Colleen Snibson

March 6, 2017

Oh, my goodness. This was so yummy. I had double the meat, so I doubled the stock, stock cube, curry powder, and herbs. The vegetables I added were 1 diced zucchini , a 200 gram punnet of diced mushrooms , 2 diced onions , 2 diced parsnips , 2 diced carrots, 1 diced swede, 3 stalks of diced celery, and 1 diced sweet potato. I added frozen beans and peas and corn an hour before the end of cooking time. At the end, it was quite watery, so I just kept mixing in cornflour mixed with water until it thickened. I served it with mashed potato, and boy was it so tasty. The meat was so tender and yum. Definitely making this again. There were plenty of leftovers that I might even make pies out of.

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