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Slow Cooker Curry Recipes

   
Aubergine and Potato Curry
Thai Beef Curry
Spicy Beef Curry
Spicy Chicken Curry
Lamb Rogan Josh
Coconut Curry Chicken
Slow Cooked Lamb Curry
Thai Red Curry Chicken
Tomato and Chicken Korma Curry
Slow Cooker Butter Chicken Curry
Chicken and Mushroom Curry
Indian Beef and Tomato Curry
Prawn Pea and Tomato Curry
Massaman Beef Curry
Curry Mustard Glazed Meatballs
Cauliflower and Potato Curry
Chicken Vegetable Curry
Chicken Curry with Ginger and Yogurt
Chicken and Mango Curry
Malaysian Beef & Eggplant Curry
Coconut and Green Curry
Vegetable Curry
Tender Duck and Pineapple Red Curry
   
 

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Paco
Posted 860 days ago
Yup, even saw 'Singapore Noodles' on the menu while in a small Chinese/Asian restaurant in West Yorshire, England. Where did this conpcet of 'Singapore Noodles' originate from?
James
Posted 1500 days ago
You are all idiots
Tanya
Posted 1604 days ago
Hi how do I cook rice in a slow cooker? And how much water do I need to add? And how long should it take to cook? Thankyou
freddy
Posted 1711 days ago
how much warter are u ment to use
Admin
Posted 1819 days ago
Hi Mat, curry paste and curry powder are two different sets of ingredients. Curry paste is always a Thai in essence while curry powder is Indian in essence. Curry paste and curry powder are not interchangeable, otherwise the taste will be compromise. You must have to understand first what kind of curry are you making, please read the revised guide for more information. Thank you!
Mat
Posted 1820 days ago
What about curry paste ?
Tony
Posted 1892 days ago
Curry powder? Surely not.
 

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Simple Guide on Making Slow Cooker Curries

Curry is one of the most popular recipe in the world. It has an amazing taste that will surely captures the heart of many. As a result, individuals are in desperate pursuit of the best method to prepare the curry recipe. With the advancement in technology, there are several methods that you can use to prepare the recipe. All in all, it is important to understand that the choice of a slow cooker is the best to turn to. The option makes the meal more tender and delicious.

The best thing about slow cooker is the fact that almost anything can be fixed within minutes. You can prepare the ingredients in the evening and have then ready first in the morning. All that is needed is a refrigerator to keep contents fresh and a cooker to prepare the recipe. It usually take 8 hours to cook curries in a slow cooker. However, the results are definitely worth the wait.

There are several options to prepare a curry recipes using slow cooker. Most recipes are made using eggs, fish, chicken, pork or lamb. Skinless and boneless meat is perfect for curry. For easier sauce penetration, you need to slice the meat into pieces. With slow cookers the curry has more time to permeate into the meat giving a much more intense flavour.

Curry powder or curry paste is inevitable in this process. However, curry powder and curry paste are not interchangeable. Curry powder is usually a mix of cloves, turmeric, chillies, coriander seeds and other various spices while curry paste has no turmeric, it is consist of tomatoes, fresh corriander, fresh garlic and chillies. Curry powders are always Indian in essence while paste can be either Indian or Thai. Thai curries is more popular than Indian curries, it has kafir lime leaves, tamarinds, chillies, lemon grass and more.

Before you settle with curry powder or curry paste, you must have to understand the kind of curry you are making. Curry powder and curry paste are 2 different sets of ingredients. If you substitute one for the other, the dish might be different from the original. You may not notice it in a glance, but once you taste it, you surely know the difference.

Many people prefer to cook curry in a slow cooker. But whether a curry is prepared using other methods, the variation occurs when it comes to spicing. Curry is more flavourful when cooked in a slow cooker. There are over a thousand flavours in curry developed in various cuisines. To come up with the thick irresistible dish that combines salty and sweet flavours, the right choice of spices has to be made first hand.

 

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