Heavenly Bombay Beef Curry - tender pieces of beef in a delicious aromatic curry sauce.
This yummy recipe that was previously published on Slimming Eats has been improved and updated
If this one curry you make from this site, make it this Bombay Beef Curry, it is seriously yummy and a dish that the whole family will sit down and enjoy.
Delicious melt in your mouth piece of beef in a rich silky vegetable curry sauce with the slight creaminess from Coconut milk. It really is a winner when it comes to curry recipes.
I do use a food processor for chopping up the vegetables for this Bombay Beef Curry, it helps to thicken the sauce as well as keeping the vegetables nice and small which is great if you have any fussy ones in your house. Feel free to chop by hand though too, a food processor is a bonus but not a necessity when it comes to this tasty recipe.
Pair this Bombay beef curry up with some other delicious Indian side dishes, such as:
- Onion Bhaji
- Delicious Healthy Vegetable Pakora
- Bombay Butternut Squash
- Sweet Potato Flat Bread
- Sweetcorn Pilau Rice
- Zucchini Pilau Rice
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Best part of all is that this can be cooked stovetop or in an Instant Pot? (pressure cooker)
Never heard of an Instant Pot? – you are seriously missing out. It is the best kitchen gadget I have purchased. I love this thing so much, that I almost use it EVERY.SINGLE.DAY.
It’s a 7in1 cooker, and it slow cooks, pressure cooks, saute’s, has settings for soup, chilli, rice, porridge and even makes yoghurt (I haven’t tried that yet). Things that would normally take hours can be cooked in minutes and the meat is usually so tender.
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How can I add a ⅓ speed foods to this Bombay Beef Curry?
There are already some hidden vegetables in this Bombay Beef Curry such as finely chopped onion, carrots and zucchini which add lots of speed to this dish, but if you want to increase your speed foods even further or are doing a Slimming World SP day, how about serving alongside this Roasted Cauliflower Rice instead of regular rice - yum!!
What Kitchen Items do I need to make this Bombay Beef Curry?
- Kitchen Scales
- Chopping Board
- Measuring Jug
- Santoku Knife
- Food processor (but can use a knife)
- Measuring Spoons
- Wooden Spoon
- Instant Pot or Dutch oven pot
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