To help you sift through the scores of authentic curry recipes on Asian Inspirations, we’ve devised a handy guide. Simply choose your preferred protein, then narrow down your options based on cooking time and spice level. Think of it as a ‘choose your own adventure’ experience, but with a delicious dinner at the end of the journey.
One of the most versatile proteins, chicken makes the perfect addition to a midweek curry. Choose fast-cooking cuts such as breast fillet, or take it low and slow with drumsticks and marylands.
For a gentle curry the whole family will love, try this Thai-style yellow chicken curry.
For those days when you want to brew up a spicy chicken curry, put this Malaysian white curry chicken on to simmer.
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a cut of beef for your Asian curry. For fast-tracked dinners, select a lean steak (such as rump or sirloin), or for more leisurely affair look to secondary cuts such as chuck.
The whole family will love the delicate flavours of this Japanese beef curry, on the table in under 30 minutes.
Set aside a few hours this weekend to make a luscious massaman beef curry – for a slow-cooked sensation, choose chuck steak and simmer for at least 90 minutes.
Faster than takeaway? You betcha. This super speedy Thai green curry with beef packs a flavour punch in 15 minutes.
Crack open a bottle of wine, put on your favourite tunes, then spend the next few hours brewing this rich Malaysian beef rendang.
Take your pick of prawns, crustaceans or fillets of fish, then select your spice and speed for these authentic seafood curry recipes.
Use delicate snapper fillets to create this mild Malaysian fish curry in 15 minutes. Fast-cooking prawns also mean less time in the kitchen – try this red curry with prawns and pineapple, or panaeng curry prawnsfor tantalising Thai meals in minutes.
If you’re out to impress, visit your fishmonger to buy sweet shellfish for this yellow curry of bugs, pumpkin and tomato, including a homemade curry paste.
The rich flavour of the fish is the perfect foil for the spice of the red curry paste in this delicious recipe for choo chee salmon.
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