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Quick and Easy Japanese Recipes – Japanese Beef Curry
By Monica Sato
This sounds surprising but I had my first taste of curry in Japan and actually loved
it! Unlike Indian or Thai curries, Japanese curry is less overwhelming. It's sweeter
and milder making it appeal to the less adventurous.
When I make Japanese curry, I usually make lots of it and enjoy the leftover curry
for lunch the next day or even use it to create other dishes. Its flavor improves
with time and reheating.
The possibilities of Japanese curry are endless; you can combine chicken and broccoli,
pork and potato, beef and carrot or any of your favorite veggie.
You can either use instant curry roux or make curry from scratch if you have the
time. What I've here is simple nothing sophisticated, even a novice can prepare easily.
What's awesome about Japanese curries? They make delicious and satisfying one dish
meal! So, if you're looking for a recipe to slash food dollars or to feed a large
family, Japanese curry is not something you want to miss.
Japanese Beef Curry Recipe
200 grams beef, cubed
2 large onions, thinly sliced
3 large potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 large carrot, peeled and sliced
2 clove garlic, thinly sliced
3 tablespoons curry powder
6 tablespoons flour
600 millilitres beef stock
1 (120 grams) can tomato
How to cook Japanese beef curry
Season beef cubes with salt.
Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a pot, add garlic and beef; saute until the beef is
Add potatoes, carrots and saute for a few minutes.
Add tomatoes and stock; boil for 20 minutes on medium heat.
Heat remaining olive oil in a skillet, brown the onions. Add flour, a little at a
time and saute over low heat after each addition.
Remove skillet from heat, add curry powder and mix well.
Add onion/curry mixture into pot and boil for 20 minutes on low heat. Season with
salt and pepper to taste.