Find recipes that'll rival your local Chinese takeaway curry sauce, plus authentic Chinese chicken curries, slow cooker pork curry and more!
I wanted to make my own Chinese curry sauce to stop myself spending a fortune at my local takeaway. It turned out really well! I served it over grilled chicken breasts with rice and peas on the side. I bet it's good over oven chips!
This sauce tastes exactly the same as the Chinese takeaway curry sauce and once done you can add whatever you fancy. I usually add chicken and mushrooms as in my photo.
I made this recipe because I couldn't find a Chinese type curry recipe that was quick and simple. Use as a base for Chinese-style chicken curry or an accompaniment to rice or chips.
A delicious, slightly sticky, Chinese-style pork curry. You could easily add slices of red or green peppers to make this stretch further. Serve with steaming hot rice.
Sliced pork fillet is marinated in a curry paste, then stir-fried with onions, before being tossed together with potato cubes. Serve as a delicious meal on its own or with freshly cooked rice.
A delicious recipe for chicken wings in a Chinese-style curry sauce. Pan-seared chicken wings and potatoes, are gently simmered together in a curry-spiced coconut milk. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
A nice Chinese curry made with chicken, red pepper, tomato and mushrooms. Serve with rice and fries.
This dish came about after I realised I didn't have any fresh or jarred curry paste left so I improvised with curry powder which I used to only use for curried eggs. The result is a fusion between and English style curry and Chinese takeaway curry. So nice it's a regular dish now.
A great recipe to use when introducing children to cooking. Children can get involved with the preparation and the cooking process. It can be a lot of fun for both parents and kids to work together to come up with something they can then sit down and eat together. This dish is suitable for young taste buds.
A rich Chinese-style pork, tofu and daikon radish curry flavoured with garlic, ginger, star anise and chilli bean sauce. Serve with steamed white rice and some stir fried greens.