Simple in the extreme; this curry is amazing. I needed more beef in my diet…lots going on right now. (Seriously, you have NO idea!) I really needed to have something hot and spicy, and well, beefy. (Just ask my husband!)
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- 2 tsp coriander seeds
- 2 tsp cumin seeds
- 1 tsp cardamon seeds
- 1 star anise
- 1 Pinch Pink Salt Flakes Pink salt flakes BUY
- 3 dried large red chillies, soaked in boiling water for 10 minutes
- 1 Handful coriander roots (keep leaves for curry)
- 1 red onion, halved
- 6-8 cloves of garlic
- 1 Piece galangal (thumb sized) or young ginger
- 2 stalks of lemongrass, white part only
- A little of the water from soaking the chillies
- 1300 g gravy beef, cubed
- 400 mls Coconut - Cream BUY
- 50 g fish sauce
- 50 g Coconut - Sugar BUY
- 50 g roasted and salted crushed peanuts plus some more for garnish
- Coriander leaves from paste, reserve some for garnish
- Coconut - Cream to serve BUY
- Lime juice to taste
To make curry powder place all ingredients except salt into a hot fry pan and dry roast for a few minutes on Induction 6 until fragrant. Cool slightly before placing into Thermomix bowl with salt and milling 20 sec/speed 10.
Add all curry paste ingredients and chop 6 sec/speed 6. Saute 10 min/Varoma(120ºC)/speed 2. Blend 30 sec/speed 6, stopping to scrape down sides of bowl as necessary.
To make curry, place all ingredients except garnishes into Thermomix bowl and cook 45 min/100ºC/Reverse/speed 1.
Serve over rice with lime wedges, coriander leaves and remaining crushed peanuts.
I mean, it’s really that simple…isn’t it?