I stepped in the kitchen with a new ideas. I was craving some sort of dry curry. Something with tons of flavor and as always I look up a million things and come up with my own set of ingredients inspired by 15 recipes. So far things have been going well in the kitchen and I havent yet plated something too heinous to enjoy!
This recipe turned out so great that I came up with the name “The Curry you can present to your mother”. I would no doubt plate this infront of my mom the queen of cooking without hesitation cause I personally believe that she will lick her fingers to the bone once she digs into it! It was soo good that I almost wanted to make it today. Now here is a quick note about me I tend to eat my favorite foods over and over till I get bored of them, so I had to refrain myself from that idea!
Anyhow give this dry yummy thai style curry a try and let me know if you were licking your fingers to the bones as well!
1/2 lb of cubed or stripped beef
Half an onion cubed
1 to 2 garlic clove (I like garlic so I went with 2)
1/2 tsp ginger paste (you can used chopped ginger as well)
8 Table spoons Lime juice
Pinch of Sugar
2 table spoon Soy sauce
7 to 8 squirts of Sirarcha(Rooster Sauce)
2 teaspoons turmeric
2 teaspoons cumin
1 1/2 cup Beef stock
1/2 cup coconut milk
1 tablespoon oil
1) Heat up the stock with the cubed beef and bring it a boil. Reduce the heat to low and let it simmer covered for about 15 minutes
2) Put Onion, garlic, ginger paste, 4 table spoons of lime juice, sugar, soy sauce, half the amount of sirarcha, oil, turmeric and cumin in a blender. Add a table spoon or two of coconut milk to help blend well into as paste.
3) Place the beef on a hot wok or frying pan and cover it with the paste you just blended.
4)Once the paste starts to simmer add the remaining coconut milk and 1/2 cup of beef stock used earlier.
5) Bring it to a boil and then let it simmer for 20 minutes untill the paste turns dry around the beef.
If you prefer liquid curry over dry curry you can go ahead and add some more broth and coconut milk at this point.
Serve with jasime or white rice!