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Top 10 Curry Recipes

Your favourite curry recipes with health benefits, including two must know curry sauces!

Top 10 Curry Recipes

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With curry now replacing roast dinner as the nation’s favourite dish we're rising to the challenge with our favourite curry recipes! 

Here are our top 10 curry recipes including 2 great sauces!

I really hope you enjoy them. There’s a great variety below, sure to get the taste buds tingling and ranging from 8 to 20 ingredients you can take your pick!


Creamy chicken curry & rice

Creamy chicken curry & rice

A lovely creamy curry that will protect your DNA, energy, immune system and heart.

Ingredients:

600g chicken breast cubed
1g cayenne pepper
3g/1 tsp cumin
30g/2 tbsp lemon juice
6g/1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed
285ml chicken stock
1.5g/½ tsp turmeric
50ml/3 tbsp double cream
30g/2 tbsp mild curry powder
Salt and pepper to taste
6g/2 tsp coriander
250g onions chopped
15ml/1 tbsp olive oil
25g butter
Small bunch fresh coriander, torn
350g long grain white rice

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Chicken (or vegetarian) peanut butter curry

Chicken (or vegetarian) peanut butter curry

A simple curry whose nutrients will give you energy and look after your cells.

This fab curry sauce can be made with any meat or vegetable combination. Alternatively the sauce can be made on its own and served sate style with skewers of meat, vegetables or tofu.

Ingredients:

8 medium chicken thighs, skinned
2 medium onions, peeled and chopped
4 cloves of garlic, minced
4 tbsp crunchy peanut butter
400g tinned chopped tomatoes
2 tsp ground cumin
1 tbsp mild curry powder
Pinch of salt

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Eat smart egg curry

Eat smart egg curry

This fantastic egg curry is great for energy creation, muscle control, your immune system, DNA and much more.

Although it looks like a lot of ingredients, this curry is really easy to make. Apart from the mustard seeds, you can measure all of the spices out into a bowl, ready to add together.

Ingredients:
  
½ tsp chilli flakes
½ tsp mustard seeds
½ tsp ground ginger
½ tsp fenugreek powder
½ tsp turmeric
¾ tsp garam masala
1 tbsp curry powder
Small bunch coriander leaves
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp cold pressed rapeseed oil
2 cloves garlic peeled and crushed
250g potatoes peeled and cubed
150g cauliflower
2 large red onions, peeled and chopped
½ tin tomatoes
4 medium eggs

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Curry goat

Curry goat

This Caribbean classic is great for your immune system, blood, skin, cells and antioxidant activity.
If you can’t get goat then you can substitute mutton or lamb in this recipe.

Ingredients:

720g goat shoulder diced
3 sml/365g red onions chopped
1 lge/150g carrots chopped
50g ginger, chopped
60g/10 garlic cloves
25g/3 dsp mild curry powder
5g/3 thyme sprigs
Salt and pepper to taste
2 Tbsp tomato puree
55g salted butter
1 Knorr stockpot
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
350ml water

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Helen's vegan curry

Helen's vegan curry

The nutrients in Helen’s curry will look after your blood and brain, while also helping with symptoms of the menopause.

Ingredients:
 
250g extra firm tofu, cut into cubes
2 medium onions, peeled and chopped
2 large carrots, peeled and chopped
2 medium potatoes, peeled and chopped
⅓ tin of sweetcorn, drained
50g kale, sliced
30ml sunflower oil
2tbsp tikka masala curry paste
Salt and pepper to taste
3 large tomatoes, chopped
1 litre vegetable stock

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Kaju gosht beef curry (cashew nuts)

Kaju gosht beef curry (cashew nuts)

This beef curry that is great for your immune system, energy creation and heart health.

Ingredients:

50g braising steak, cubed
115g cashew nuts, finely ground
55g cashews, toasted, to garnish
200g jar curry paste
60ml rapeseed oil
140ml soured cream
60ml water
1 tbsp plain flour

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Lambs heart keema Madras curry

Lambs heart keema Madras curry

A great way to integrate support for your heart, immune system, cleansing activity along with protection from cancer.

OK, so I know this may put some people off with heart, so If you’re not keen on trying it then just make it all with lamb mince!

Ingredients:
 
30g butter
30g curry powder
3g garam masala
30g garlic
5g ground ginger
25g green chillies
250g lambs heart after trimming
250g lamb mince
30ml rapeseed oil
425g red onion
5g sea salt
400g tinned tomatoes
3g ground cumin

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Red Snapper fish curry

Red Snapper fish curry

Decrease your risk of heart disease and cancer along with empowering the antioxidant activity of your food with this great fish curry.

As with any curry the flavour is way better if it’s had time to macerate, so make the sauce earlier and add the fish to cook just before you need it.

Can't get red snapper? Then substitute with any other mild flavoured fish.

Ingredients:


3g/1 tsp cardamom pods
3g/1 tsp ground chilli
3g ground cinnamon
3g/1 tsp cloves
24g/2 tbsp coriander seeds
5g/2 tsp cumin seeds
3g/½ tsp ground turmeric
5g/2 tsp black peppercorns
3g/1 tsp grated nutmeg
450ml/¾ pint fish stock
12g/2 cloves garlic, chopped
20g/small piece ginger, chopped
88g/3oz/½ green pepper chopped into chunks
200g/2 onions, chopped
88g/3oz/½ red pepper chopped into chunks
900g/2lb red snapper fillets
Salt and pepper to taste
30ml/2 tbsp sunflower oil
36g/3 tbsp tamarind water
1g/leaves from 2 sprigs thyme

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And finally 2 simple curry sauces that you can add any filling to, to create your own perfect curry!


Simple Caribbean curry sauce

Simple Caribbean curry sauce

Look after your heart, immune systems and cognition with this easy curry sauce.

A delicious simple sauce for any meat or vegetable accompaniment. If you can find it, use Bolst's curry powder as this has the most authentic Caribbean flavour. Otherwise pick a Malaysian or Caribbean curry powder as the flavour is different to an Indian curry powder.

Ingredients: 

2 tbsp Bolst's curry powder
300g potatoes
Salt and pepper to taste
1 tbsp garlic paste
450ml good vegetable stock
2 tbsp vegetable oil
2 medium / 200g red onions, finely chopped

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Simple curry sauce

Simple curry sauce

Great for giving you energy and your immune system.

This versatile sauce can be used to create a variety of curries following the simple tips below. It will make quite a thick sauce, if you want it thinner simply add more water.

The sauce will take on the flavour of the ingredients you add to it, so will taste different each time!

To give the curry a South Indian flavour add grated creamed coconut.
Try adding a big knob of butter to turn it into a rich buttery sauce.
Add peanut butter and coconut cream for a Malaysian flavour.
Add chillies to turn up the heat.

This curry really benefits from being made the day before, allowing the flavours to really blend.

Ingredients:
 
2 medium onions, peeled and finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped
1 tbsp mild curry powder
Salt and pepper to taste
400g chopped tinned tomatoes

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If you've got a favourite curry recipe we'd love to feature it with the full health benefits, just let us know in the comments below!

Surya Wright

Co-founder, production manager

I'm our communications and marketing person, dealing with social media and copywriting. I also work with Matt and Ric overseeing the design and strategic management of the site. I'm also the author of the Eva the Hungry Amoeba children's book series (only one so far). You can find it on Amazon. My favourite foods, shepherds pie and smoked haddock!

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