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West African Curry

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Serves 8

A Rich beef curry with accompliments

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Ingredients

  • 4lb chuck steak
  • 1lb onions
  • 3oz flour
  • 1/2 tsp paprika, cayenne, chilli
  • 4tbsp curry powder
  • 4tbsp curry paste
  • 4tbsp desicated coconut
  • 3 cloves of garlic crushed
  • 2 pints of stock with 2 stock cubes & (optional) 1tsp gravy granules
  • Dash of tabasco
  • corn oil
  • Serve with rice accompaniments of :
  • sliced red & green peppers
  • sliced cucumber
  • sliced tomatoes & onions
  • sliced bannanas & poppadoms
  • mango chuckney

Method

    1. In a large casserole fry the onions & garlic till soft & golden
    2. Add the coconut, curry powder & paste to the stock & pour over the onions adding a dash of tabasco & bring to the boil then turn down to a simmer.
    3. Cut the meat into large peices. Mix spice with flour & coat the meat.
    4. In a frying pan brown the meat 5-6 peices at a time. draining oil then adding to stock. continue till all meat is browned and added to stock.
    5. Bring to the boil and then simmer on low heat for 3 hours. Stirring occasionally to avoid it sticking to pan.

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