slowcookedbeef and potato curry with homemade chapati. i've waxed lyrically about this before but I believe a good basic curry is a great thing to have in your repertoire and as a nation of curry lovers its amazing how many home-cooks are a little afraid of 'doing it themselves'
This slowcooked chicken and butternut squash curry couldn’t be much simpler. That’s where the slowcooked element of this comes in, because you can simply chuck it all in before you head out for the afternoon and have it ready for you when you get back
I decided to make this a curried beef just for something a little different, however you can easily omit the curry if you prefer – although this is a pretty mild version and both of our boys still enjoyed it
12 cups/480ml of beef stock. 1Add to the slow cooker. 1Spray the frying pan again with a little spray oil and brown the beef. 1Add this to the slow cooker with all other ingredients (except cornstarch). 1Add all the ingredients to a slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours. 1Once cooked, remove beef with a slotted spoon and set aside. 1Stir back in beef. 1Add beef and brown. 1spoon out beef with a slotted spoon and set aside. 1Add back in beef and serve
Autumn slow cooking at De Tout Coeur Limousinslowcooked harissa spiced beef - cooking at De Tout Coeur LimousinWith Autumn here the slow cooker is well and truly out and soups and stews are on the daily menu here at De Tout Coeur Limousin