- 4 tablespoons sunflower oil
- 800 grams braising steak (beef, cut into 2.5cm/1in pieces)
- 2 onions (finely chopped)
- 4 garlic cloves (finely chopped)
- 2 chillies (finely chopped, plus extra to taste)
- 2.5 centimeters fresh root ginger (/1in piece)
- 4 teaspoons ground cumin
- 4 teaspoons ground coriander
- 2 teaspoons ground turmeric
- 400 grams chopped tomatoes
- 2 teaspoons Garam Masala
- 200 grams natural yoghurt
- chopped coriander (small handful fresh, optional)
|Calories150Calories from Fat110|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat110|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Tom R. a month ago
Fairly mild and too watery
Slabbert 3 months ago
Will definitely be making again! perhaps add a bit more chilli depending on your preferences.
Jane Elisabeth Diamond 3 months ago
It was just ok! It’s like it needs something but I couldn’t put my finger on it. I also didn’t use all the water required and added a little if crushed tomatoes. Hoping maybe left in the fridge over night might enhance the flavours!!
Kristen R 4 months ago
Turned out very runny. Flavor profile was just okay.
Jazzy 4 months ago
It turned out really good!
Paris Larkin 5 months ago
Turned out really well. Should add lime juice to it.
Dear Mrs Atkin 6 months ago
Very nice indeed I’d make it again
Neil Dyas 6 months ago
bit to runny but great flavour
Claire Forbes 7 months ago
Very tasty! Added a bit more of the spices :)
Tester 7 months ago
Loved this, I would definitely add more spice than we did the first time, but I didn't add any additional chilis at the end.
Kate A. 8 months ago
Was very nice! I'd seen that a few people had made it and it ended up watery so I put a teatowl under the lid of the slow cooker and it turned out perfectly. Could have done with another spice or two to add a little more depth of flavour but apart from that this is a great recipe
Mary Bateman 10 months ago
Smelt and tasted amazing - easy to do and will do again
Laura Mountier 10 months ago
followed the recipe excatly as was written but come out very bland and watery the only nice bit of this dish was the beef i wont be making again
Sherman 10 months ago
Loved it! Will make again
Hsu 10 months ago
I used pressure cooker instead of slow cooker to save time. After 35 minutes,it’s yummy! Thanks for the recipe.
Wendy 10 months ago
Amazing and would make it again Did half the size for 2
Neelum Gogan a year ago
Good. I used cream (light and soya based) instead of yogurt.
Jill a year ago
Very good and easy to make went down well with all my friends
Rachael Darabi a year ago
Turned out incredibly bland. No idea what I did wrong, but now I have a whole bunch of bland curry that I don't really want to eat.
BriNatz S. a year ago
Turned out delicious. I used left over prime rib meat that was in the freezer so I cooked it on high for 3 hrs and it came out yummy. I also subsittuted a jalapeno for chillies since that is all I had.
Niki a year ago
Delish. Will definitely make it again
Ryan L. a year ago
best curry i ever made. the yogurt did wonders thickening it
ebonie stroud a year ago
definitely will make a again, it was a hit with the family
O'Brien a year ago
It was really easy and quick to prepare. Tasted good but I found it to be a little watery, don’t know what I did wrong ?
Tyler N. a year ago
Different spices and forgot yogurt but really good
Mirko K. 4 years ago
Had it last night (Sunday) and it was really good.Takes some time to prepare, but the result is a super sunday dinner.