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Perfect Curry for Beef, Chicken, lamb

Ground beef, Ground Chicken, Ground Turkey




Curry powder


Cumin Powder

Garlic Salt

Cinnamon Powder

Ginger Powder

Garam Masala

Crushed Red Pepper or Cayenne peppers (Optional)

Step 1.   Mix all the ingredients in a bowl together teaspoon full of each or ½ teaspoon if you want not very spicy. Turmeric powder should be ½ teaspoon.

Step 2. Chopped a medium size onion, two cloves of garlic and ginger slices (Cut thinly).

Step 3. Cumin seeds, stick of Cinnamon, 3 to 4 cloves, 3 or 4 Cardamom, Caraway Seeds ( small sprinkle)

Step 4. In a medium size pot, take a spoonful of olive oil and add Cumin seeds, stick of Cinnamon, 3 to 4 cloves, 3 or 4 Cardamom, Caraway Seeds ( small sprinkle) and Chopped onion , two cloves of garlic and ginger slices. Cook for 3 minutes. The aroma would smell good. Make sure the onions are golden brown.

Step 5. Add the meat of your choice and the mixed ingredients that was in the bowl. Stir it. Cook in low heat. Cook on low for 15 to 20 minutes and see if the meat is done. Stir it for the meat would not stick to the bottom of the pot. It’s  like stir frying but different. Do not burn the meal and the meat.

Step 6. Boil potatoes ( 2 to 3 in a pot). When done peel the skin off

Step 7. Add potato and other vegetables.

Add enough chicken broth

Step 8. Cook on High for 5 minutes, make sure it doesn’t boil over.

You are done.Ta- daaa!!!

Meats for Cutting and Prep

For chicken: Use leg quarters, thigh and drumstick. Separate the legs and the drumstick and remove all the skin off. Clean and wash.

For lamb: Make sure they are in slices. Ask the butcher to slice 1 inch off. At home or the butcher, trim the fat off the meat and cut like a stew meat in cubes size.

For Beef: 2 to 3 pounds of cut stew meat in cubes. Make sure no fat is on the meat.

You can use Ground Beef, Ground Turkey or Ground Chicken.

Serve with steam rice and make a good salad.

The ingredients is universal and the common uses for cooking

updated 5/18/2014,  8/13/2015