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Whats the best type of beef to use in a curry?

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
As above, normally make a chicken but fancy a beef madras instead
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
dog works well
#2
numptyj
dog works well


:|
#3
my son made a lovely beef curry yesterday, he made it with braising steak cooked out for over an hour. Lush!!
#4
nice piece of chuck steak, braise it for an hour or so in some beef stock and then it will be really tender for your curry
#5
Is usually use rump steak & cut it into chunks :)
#6
lean rump steak

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Edited By: flp14344 on Aug 18, 2010 12:53: Edit
#7
if you cook the curry in a slow cooker with the cheapest cuts of beef it'll be soooo tender, i love my slow cooker now.
made a beef stew yesterday with very cheap beef (smart price steak, lol) and it just melted in the mouth, om nom nom :)
#8
Always use cheap cuts of meat for curry, unless you're limited by time.

Shin of beef, braising steak etc
#9
missp27
if you cook the curry in a slow cooker with the cheapest cuts of beef it'll be soooo tender, i love my slow cooker now.made a beef stew yesterday with very cheap beef (smart price steak, lol) and it just melted in the mouth, om nom nom :)

I agree, slow cookers are great for tenderising meats, i cooked a beef joint in mine for the first time last week and it was lovely, not dried out like it can be when done in oven !
#10
numptyj
dog works well


Dog beef?
#11
Try Shin Beef...make sure you cook it well tho..lol
#12
defenitely braising




Edited By: micoo on Aug 18, 2010 13:52: ,
banned#13
moob
Always use cheap cuts of meat for curry, unless you're limited by time.

Shin of beef, braising steak etc

+1

dont use expensive cuts like rump as its just a waste of money assuming you cook the curry properly
#14
missp27
if you cook the curry in a slow cooker with the cheapest cuts of beef it'll be soooo tender, i love my slow cooker now.made a beef stew yesterday with very cheap beef (smart price steak, lol) and it just melted in the mouth, om nom nom :)

Not going on about your slow cooker again are you!...lol
#15
ukmonkey
missp27
if you cook the curry in a slow cooker with the cheapest cuts of beef it'll be soooo tender, i love my slow cooker now.made a beef stew yesterday with very cheap beef (smart price steak, lol) and it just melted in the mouth, om nom nom :)
Not going on about your slow cooker again are you!...lol

haha, i love it :p
you can tell i'm getting old can't you, loool
#16
missp27
ukmonkey
missp27
if you cook the curry in a slow cooker with the cheapest cuts of beef it'll be soooo tender, i love my slow cooker now.made a beef stew yesterday with very cheap beef (smart price steak, lol) and it just melted in the mouth, om nom nom :)
Not going on about your slow cooker again are you!...lol
haha, i love it :pyou can tell i'm getting old can't you, loool
lol, not used mine for a while, seem to use it more in the winter months but yea know what you mean about the meat when it melts in ya mouth.. we will have to share our recipes like the old folk do..lol..
banned#17
Ask your local butcher for some his best 'beef curtains', they are the tastiest bits
banned#18
What do the takeaways and restaurants generally use in their beef curries?

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