15 Best Beef Curry Recipe

What should I make for dinner tonight? This might just be the number one question that we ask ourselves almost daily over here.

Then you have come to the right place, we have rounded up 15 best beef curry recipe that we have shared over the years.

Plus, there is such a variety of flavours in these recipes, so you are sure to find something for you. Most of these recipes are quick and easy ones made especially for busy weeknights.

15 Best Beef Curry Recipe

Easy Beef Curry

Easy Beef Curry

2 hr 35 min
Boneless chuck roast, rice, naan, curry powder, lime
40 Aprons
Beef Curry

Beef Curry

2 hr
Unsweetened coconut milk, beef chuck, naan, yogurt, curry powder
Indian Beef Curry

Indian Beef Curry

45 min
Chuck steak, garam masala, chili powder, cilantro, mustard seeds
Beef curry

Beef curry

2 hr 50 min
Braising steak, naan bread, double cream, garam masala, ginger
BBC Good Food
Japanese Beef Curry

Japanese Beef Curry

3 hr
Japanese curry powder, japanese curry roux, boneless chuck roast, red wine, mango chutney
Just One Cookbook
Beef Curry

Beef Curry

Sirloin steak, red pepper flakes, garlic, turmeric, cilantro
Food & Wine Magazine
Fragrant Beef Curry with Rice

Fragrant Beef Curry with Rice

Beef stew meat, major grey chutney, curry powder, red pepper, cooked rice
Beef Masala Curry

Beef Masala Curry

40 min
Brown sugar, garam masala, stewing beef, smoked paprika, olive oil
Simple Beef Curry With Rice

Simple Beef Curry With Rice

2 hr 45 min
Beef chuck, curry powder, cooked rice, hot water, all purpose flour
The Spruce Eats
Authentic Nadan Beef Curry

Authentic Nadan Beef Curry

55 min
Coconut oil, garam masala, rock salt, ginger, red onions
Recipes are Simple
South African Beef Curry

South African Beef Curry

Mango chutney, yogurt sauce, beef chuck, beef broth, curry powder
Indian Beef Curry with Potatoes

Indian Beef Curry with Potatoes

1 hr 18 min
Beef chuck roast, brown sugar, tomato paste, garam masala, red pepper
Taste and See
Beef Curry

Beef Curry

2 hr 10 min
Beef chuck roast, coconut milk, potatoes, fish sauce, curry powder
Kawaling Pinoy
Spicy Beef Curry - Gordon Ramsay

Spicy Beef Curry – Gordon Ramsay

4 hr 45 min
Braising steak, fresh green, madras curry powder, lime leaves, garam masala
No reviews
A Glug of Oil
Beef Curry Recipe

Beef Curry Recipe

1 hr 10 min
Coconut milk, curry powder, ginger, tomatoes, lemon juice
No reviews
Panlasang Pinoy

What beef is best for curry?

chuck steak

How do I make tender beef curry?

How can I make my homemade curry better?

How to Make Curry Taste Better | What is the Secret to a Good Curry?

  1. 1) Don’t use Jars. Look. …
  2. 2) Use a Decent Pan. …
  3. 3) Cook Your Spices. …
  4. 4) Avoid Jars of Garlic and Ginger Paste. …
  5. 5) Seasoned Oil. …
  6. 6) Understand the Elements of Curry Flavour. …
  7. 7) Use a Rich and Tasty BIR Base Gravy. …
  8. 8) Use Tomato Puree…

How do you make Gordon Ramsay’s curry sauce?

Why is my beef curry tough?

This long, slow braise breaks down the connective tissue and fat, creating deliciously soft and juicy meat. Why is meat still tough in the slow cooker? It’s because you haven’t let the collagen break down. Extend the cook time, make sure there’s enough liquid and keep an eye on the dish.

How do you thicken a curry?

Thicken With Flour

Using corn starch or regular wheat flour is also an easy and popular way to thicken any sauce. For every cup of liquid in your curry, prepare 2 teaspoons of flour added with enough water to make a slurry. Pour the mixture in, stirring constantly.

How do you keep beef curry from being chewy?

8 Simple Ways to Make Tough Meat Tender

  1. Physically tenderize the meat. …
  2. Use a marinade. …
  3. Don’t forget the salt. …
  4. Let it come up to room temperature. …
  5. Cook it low-and-slow. …
  6. Hit the right internal temperature. …
  7. Rest your meat. …
  8. Slice against the grain.

What can I use instead of garam masala?

3 Common Substitutes for Garam Masala

Curry powder: Use curry powder as a substitute, swapping garam masala entirely in your recipe. Allspice and Cumin: Combine 4 parts ground cumin with 1 part allspice, for an easy substitute when you’re in a hurry. Chaat Masala: Try using chaat masala as a substitute.

Is silverside beef good for curry?

I recently cooked a silverside as a Rendang Curry and is the recipe that I will share with you today. It’s a great recipe to use with a couple of cuts from our hampers.

Why are my curries not tasty?

Adding too much water

Water dilutes the flavors of the spices as well as other ingredients used in the curry. Make sure you add less water than needed and then check the consistency before adding more. This is wisdom I got from mum that its easier to add more later than adding excess and taking it out.

What makes curry taste like curry?

Curry powder has a unique flavor due to the combination of both savory and sweet spices. Savory spices like cumin, turmeric, and bay leaf give the curry a deep, earthy flavor while sweet spices, like cinnamon and clove, add brightness and pep. The level of heat is determined by the type and amount of pepper used.

How do I make my curry taste like takeaway?

A couple of suggestions that seem to work for me:

  1. Marinade the meat in spices before cooking.. …
  2. Blend onions in a food processor until smooth(ish). …
  3. Use lemon juice to taste. …
  4. In addition to 2, and depending on the type of curry you are making fry chopped onions for a long time, until they are golden brown.

What is Malaysian yellow curry?

Every family has their own version of a yellow curry. It is also known as masak lemak which means (when directly translated) fattily cooked due to the use of coconut milk. The basics of a masak lemak dish consist of coconut milk, lemongrass and some chilli to spice it up.

Whats Malaysian curry called?

Some popular Malaysian curry dishes include Curry Laksa, Curry Mee, Kari Ayam (Chicken Curry), Kari Ikan (Fish Curry), Beef Rendang, and Roti Canai!

How do you start a curry?


  1. Step 1: Brown the meat. Taste of Home. …
  2. Step 2: Sweat the onions. Taste of Home. …
  3. Step 3: Bloom the spices. Now the fun begins: add the garlic, ginger and spices. …
  4. Step 4: Simmer the curry. Taste of Home. …
  5. Step 5: Enjoy! Once the curry is thick and saucy, it’s time to dig in!

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