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#1 CookiesandCream


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Posted 07 August 2011 - 07:38 PM

Does anyone have a great Massaman Curry recipe that they would like to share???

I have a basic one that I cook in the slowcooker but I'm looking for a more authentic one.
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Posted 06 November 2011 - 09:26 PM

Sorry I can't help, but will be interested to see the results as I love Massaman Curry and work nights so slow cooker works well for me as I can set it up during the day and know the family is eating well for dinner!
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Posted 09 November 2011 - 01:22 PM

This isn't authentic but the meat falls apart like it should - I am away from home so forget the brand by I use the massamum curry paste in a (blue?) tin?

This is how I make it.

1 large onions - cut into wedges
4 or more medium sized potatos - diced into large pieces
1 Topside roast (or any type of beef would do).
2 tins of coconut milk
Bamboo shoots plus any other vegies I want to use up

I saute the onions with some oil and add the curry paste and stir through on low heat for a minute or two.

Then put the paste and onions in the slower cooker and throw in everything except the bamboo shoots. Don't cut up the roast just throw it all in. You'll know it's ready when the beef starts coming apart when you stir it. Add the bamboo shoots about 5 minutes before serving. Yum!

I do have a curry paste that I make from scratch too but leant that recipe book to a friend.

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