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5 Curry Recipes That Will Keep You Warm For The Rest Of Winter

Nothing warms you up like a great curry recipe. While the style and make of a curry can vary from region to region (Indian curry, Thai curry, etc.) the one thing you can always count on when it comes to curry is a delicious, fragrant, and (manageably) spicy flavour.

Curry comes in many forms but it’s altogether easy to make. If you can make stew or soup, you can definitely make curry. All you really need is the right spices and a bit of time to make an excellent curry, and when it’s all chilly in winter, you’ll want a great curry recipe on standby.

If you’re new to the world of curries, don’t fret, because we’ve got a selection of curry recipes that will last you all winter. Take a peek at the curated list of curry recipes below and be sure to check out the source link for more info!

Massaman Chicken Curry

For many, Massaman curry is their first introduction to the dish. Served at pretty much every Thai restaurant under the sun (though it does have other cultural influences), Massaman is made with lemongrass and fragrant spices like cloves and cinnamon. The distinct flavour of Massaman curry is what has made it so popular and you’ll no doubt love it, too.

Read the full recipe at Bibby’s Kitchen

Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry

If you’re in need of a healthy, tasty dinner that’s ready than under an hour, look no further than this Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry recipe. Packed with tons of vegetables, this curry recipe is very fluid, so feel free to switch in any veggies you might have on-hand.

Read the full recipe Anna Banana

Slow Cooker Vegan Red Curry

Vegans and cooks who like to make dinner way ahead of time, rejoice, because you’re going to love this red curry recipe. The hardest part of this recipe is cooking the curry paste a bit (store-bought is fine), as the rest of the steps involve throwing your vegetables into a slow cooker and waiting for everything to cook. Of course, you could add some meat to this recipe, because beef and red curry is a match made in heaven.

Read the full recipe Food For Net

Simple Egg Curry

We couldn’t just have Thai curries represented on this curry-list, so here’s an Indian curry you may not be able to find at your closest Indian restaurant. Even though it sounds kind of strange, Egg Curry is rather delicious and (arguably even better) incredibly easy to make. And if eggs aren’t really your thing, the spices you need to make this recipe are used in almost every other Indian-style curry, so stock up and you’ll be set.

Read the full recipe When I Ate

Jamaican-Style Chicken Curry

Like we already said, curry is a popular dish across many food cultures and Caribbean cuisine is no exception. A dish brimming with the flavours of the island, this Jamaican Chicken Curry tastes even better the day after, making it perfect for leftovers.

Read the full recipe Say Grace

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