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Beef and vegetable curry

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490 mins
9 ingredients
$3 / person
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Beef and vegetable curry



Serves = 8

  • 2 tablespoons rice bran oil (olive oil will do if that is all you have)
  • 1.25kg gravy beef, cut into 3cm cubes
  • 2 brown onions,remove ends and papery skin then finely chopped
  • ½ cup korma curry paste
  • 750g potatoes, unpeeled and cut into 2cm cubes
  • ½ cauliflower, cut into small florets
  • 2x 400g can tomatoes
  • 1 cup reduced salt beef stock
  • 1 cup frozen baby peas

It’s this easy

  • Heat half the oil in the bowl of a 7-litre slow-cooker over medium-high heat. Place some of the beef in the pan and cook the beef for 3-4 minutes or until browned all over then transfer it to a plate. Don’t put too much beef in the pan at one time otherwise it will boil and turn grey instead of brown. Continue browning all the beef in small batches.
  • Heat remaining oil in slow-cooker bowl over medium heat. Cook onion, stirring, for 3 minutes or until softened.
  • Add curry paste. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add potato, cauliflower, tomato, stock, beef, pepper and a small amount of salt. Mix everything up well.
  • Cover, turn the cooker to low and cook for 8 hours, stirring halfway through the cooking. If you don't have a slow cooker, you could place all ingredients in an oven proof dish, cover and cook in a 110°c oven.
  • Add the peas and serve with rice.


  • Serve topped with plain yoghurt and a sprinkle of chopped coriander.


Contains: Gluten, Nuts, Sesame, Soy, FODMAPs.
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