Thai Peanut Coconut Noodles with Vegetables
Coconut Curry Mussels
Salmon Coconut Curry with Spinach and Chickpeas
Indian Butter Cauliflower Curry
Easy Chicken Curry with Coconut Milk (Mild)
Sweet Potato Curry with Chickpeas
Pointed Cabbage Stir-fry with Potatoes (Bengali-Style)
Thai Red Curry with Grilled Pineapple-Prawn-Skewers
One-Pan Potato Coconut Curry with Spinach
Lamb Curry with Chickpeas & Tomatoes
Curried Split Pea Soup
Easy Thai Green Curry with Spring Vegetables
Eggplant Potato Curry
Vegan Sweet Potato and Peanut Stew with Tofu
Beetroot Curry with Coconut Milk & Spinach
Curried Rice with Roasted Carrots
Spicy Indian Eggplant Curry
Vegan Korma Curry with Chickpeas & Roasted Vegetables
Garam Masala Curry with Turkey & Spinach
Sweet Potato Red Curry with Turmeric & Lime
Flavorful Easy Curry Recipes for Everyone
Traditional curry recipes can easily be made at home with just a few spices and the right aromatics (i.e. onions, garlic, ginger, chilies). You can use a store-bought curry spice mix, or with just a handful of spices make your own curry creation. These exotic dishes are always full of different flavors that allow you to explore your culinary creativity.
The spicy stews originally come from India, but also from Thailand, Japan and even Africa. I have tried to recreate and develop Jamaican recipes. A curry is always a tasty journey around the world. And if you are a fan of most curry dishes, then you most likely will also be a fan of Thai or African dishes.
Homemade curry recipes made easy
Curry powder, which typically originates from India is made with a blend of spices and herbs. It tends to focus on bold flavors, like dried and ground chili peppers, turmeric, cumin, cardamon, mustard seed, curry leaf and more. There are countless versions and even modern mixes with a twist. But for a basic homemade curry, turmeric, cumin, coriander, fresh chilies and ginger are the essential spices.
And then there are the curry pastes. Depending on the level of spice you like, you can enjoy green (hot), red (medium-hot) or yellow (mild-medium) Thai curry. Together with coconut milk, you can easily make a delicious Thai curry with a few basic ingredients. Lemongrass, chilies, coconut sugar, curry leaves and Thai fish sauce, can add even more depth of flavor.
And if you are looking to enjoy a vegan or vegetarian curry recipe, you can add the trend vegetable, sweet potato. It goes perfectly with these exotic stews. A good curry dish does not necessarily have to contain meat. Another advantage is that this international dish is quick to prepare and very popular with guests.
Here you will find something for all tastes. Whether you are looking for a Indian spiced aubergine curry, slow-cooked lamb curry, garam masala chicken curry (also terrific with turkey), satay sweet potato curry, Thai red curry, chickpea curry, fish curry, classic potato curry and so many more.