Inspired by our spice lover’s guide to Thai curries? Take your pick of 20 Asian curry recipes to try this weekend and make the most delicious meal ever, feed your family with love.
This Malaysian street food favourite teams flaky, buttery roti bread with gently spiced dhal. Get the recipe here.
Serve medium-rare duck breasts with a luscious curry sauce for a contemporary take on the classic red curry duck.
Turn up the heat with this fiery Thai jungle curry. It contains no coconut milk, so prepare to feel the burn.
Fragrant with aromatic dill and coriander, this refreshing Thai fish curry is quick and nutritious.
This Indonesian curry teams plump prawns with silky eggplant in a sweet yet spicy curry sauce.
Thanks to its mellow spice levels, this mild-flavoured Japanese curry will be a hit with the whole family.
With just eight easy-to-source ingredients, you can have this speedy Panaeng curry on the table in less than 30 minutes.
This smooth choo chee curry sauce is the perfect match for seafood – try it with prawns, scallops or a mix of different fish.
Sour and spicy, this Malaysian delicacy is flavoured with lemongrass, curry leaves and tangy tamarind paste. Get the recipe here.
Use tender chicken breast meat or flavoursome drumsticks in this authentic Nyonya curry.
Team this rich, robust Massaman curry with a smooth red wine, such as merlot.
For an impressive dinner party dish, visit your local fishmonger for fresh Moreton Bay bugs in this aromatic yellow curry.
This speedy curry is lighter than most as it omits coconut milk, and it can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
We love the modern presentation of this dish, which features pan-seared barramundi in a pool of green curry sauce. Get the recipe here.
This smooth green curry is laced with silky tofu and tender button mushrooms.
Thailand’s answer to laksa, this curry noodle soup is fragrant with turmeric and ginger.
Daphne Goh shared this stunning prawn and pineapple curry recipe in our Chinese New Year competition.
Image courtesy: Daphne Goh
Another standout from the competition is Kirsten Long’s amok trey, an authentic Cambodian fish curry.
We also loved Trudie Bishop’s entry for fragrant chicken curry with saffron rice.
And Josie Donaldson impressed us with her crowd-pleasing vegan korma.
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