From creamy beef korma to a spicy beef vindaloo - find lots of hearty and delicious Indian beef curry recipes that'll spice up dinnertime. Check out our entire Indian collection for accompaniments and more ideas.
Turn simple minced meat into something brilliant in five easy steps, with plenty of control to make it as mild or as spicy as you want. This keema recipe will work with almost any minced meat, including lamb, chicken, turkey or, of course, beef.
This is a real delight for all beef curry lovers. The roots of this recipe are Portuguese; it's widely prepared among Christians in Kerala, India. Basically you cut the beef into small cubes and fry in the spicy ingredients. It's so yummy and it goes well with white rice.
This curry is a fruit and nut curry which on cooking turns a wonderful dark colour. If you can resist it for a day it improves with sitting. Very rounded flavour and as spicy as you wish. You can use left over roast beef Joint instead of raw beef if you want.
A family favourite; the product of much experimentation. You'll be amazed how delicious this low fat, nutritious curry is!
Unusually this recipe came from my grandmother. When living in Hong Kong for some time, one of her staff's wife obtained this recipe when in India, thought to be very authentic. Although not able to obtain the same curry paste, this version is close. A meal easily increased in quantity to enjoy with friends.
I threw this together with bits I had left in my cupboards and fridge, and it was very nice, quick to prepare.
This is a Balti-style aromatic curry, that can be made with beef, mutton or chicken. You can find Karahi/Fry Gosht curry mix in most supermarkets. Enjoy with rice, chapatti or naan bread.
This is my version of a favourite curry of mine. For a creamier curry, stir in a few tablespoons of plain yoghurt just before serving.
Transport yourself to the shores of Goa with this authentic beef curry. If you plan ahead, you can cook the beef itself ahead of time, then whip up the curry in less than 30 minutes.