Find delicious beef curry recipes, like easy keema curry made with beef mince, Thai and Indian beef curries, beef rendang and slow cooker beef curry - try something different on curry night!
This fragrant and colourful beef curry with tomatoes and coconut milk can be eaten with rice or naan.
This mellow curry has just a hint of chilli, so it's ideal for children who like to be a little adventurous with their food. Serve with steamed basmati rice and warm naan bread.
The oriental spices that flavour curry – popular since colonial days – may have medicinal properties too. Turmeric, for instance, is said to improve circulation and relieve digestive problems.
This beef curry is an authentic recipe from Bangladesh. Beef stewing steak is cooked with an aromatic combination of spices. The spice list might look daunting, but most you should have in your cupboard! Enjoy this beef curry with rice or naan. It's quite spicy, so reduce the number of chillies if desired.
Turn beef mince into something effortlessly delicious with this authentic keema curry recipe. Easy to find Indian spices make this dish full of flavour, and the addition of potatoes and peas makes it a hearty curry. Serve simply with rice or naan.
This recipe can be halved or doubled without trouble. I use Durban curry powder that was brought back from SA but you can use Madras curry powder much to the same effect. If you don't want a particularly hot curry, then chop the Chillis into large pieces and take them out after cooking.
This beef korma recipe is an absolute hit with my family. The curry spice mix doesn't take long to make yourself, and it really is what sets this curry recipe apart. Serve with basmati rice or naan bread.
This is an easy curry that is simple enough to make any night of the week. Cubes of beef are combined with pak choi, potatoes and carrots for a hearty curry that is flavoured with ginger, garlic, mustard and curry powder. Cream adds a special richness. Serve over rice.
A subtly spiced Indonesian beef rendang curry that you can make from scratch without the need for ready made curry paste or packet sauces!
This is a basic Massaman curry recipe that calls for beef, but you can use cubed chicken breast or thigh, or lamb just as well. Use your favourite Massaman curry paste, and you'll be rewarded with a delicious Southern Thai curry that is easy to make!