This is a super simple homemade slow-cooked Beef Curry which is a delicious meal that the whole family enjoyed. I bought the beef at Marks and Spencer reduction time, the spinach was only 10p per bag and the spices were on offer for 15p at B&M.
The beef curry was cooked in the slow-cooker but it can be cooked slowly in the oven, although this Crock-Pot with Hinged Lid and Programmable Countdown Timer is a fab price and allows you to cook this during the day whilst you are at work or out for the day.
This is also probably the simplest recipe on the blog. Using a slowcooker means that you can start it off in the morning and just let it do its thing whilst you get on with your day. The less you interfere with this recipe the more tender the meat will be. Another advantage of a Crock-Pot is that you can use cheaper cuts of meat, it cuts down on prep time and you can also use less meat, as slow cooking really extracts a meaty flavour that permeates the whole dish. Bulk up with vegetables instead which is better for us and a great way to get the family filling up on vegetables.
Slow-cooked Beef Curry
You will need……
Diced beef ( or lamb)
Pop it all in the slow-cooker, turn it on for several hours until the beef is soft. I served the beef curry with a side salad and chips cooked in the Actifry, so it worked out to be a very healthy and low-fat slow-cooked beef curry. A big thumbs up from the family and my purse.