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    6 Reviews |  By Wisent

    This is an authentic, richly flavoured Indian dish, guaranteed to impress any curry fan. It’s even better the next day, so feel free to make it ahead of time. It makes a great meal served over a bed of rice and accompanied by a vegetarian curry or two. It’s also wonderful with fresh baked naan bread (I recommend recipe #56245). Modified from Pranati Sen Gupta’s “The Art of Indian Cuisine”. IMPORTANT: Please take into consideration that this recipe was designed for tenderizing tough, lean cuts of beef (e.g. outside round, and other stewing cuts). If using a more tender cut, you must reduce the simmering time accordingly. For example, for sirloin steak, you should simmer the meat in the coconut milk for no more than 15 minutes.

    Recipe #151462

    9 Reviews |  By Wisent

    This curry is an adaptation of a recipe I found posted on several different websites. When I first served this dish, people commented on its professional, restaurant-like quality. However, the original version called for a lot of butter, so I played with the ingredients and preparation until I found what worked best for me. Instead of steaming the eggplant cubes, you can sauté them in 1/4 cup of ghee until they turn golden, but I prefer this less fatty version.

    Recipe #151461


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