A delightful and easy mild curry adapted from "Indian...Made Simple", published by Parragon's Love Food division, no editor named. Balti recipes are usually associated with Birmingham, England, but the spice mixtures fit Indian cuisine. The Balti creators hail from the north Pakistan province Baltistan in Kashmir. Note that China, Pakistan and India all lay claim to that territory. Lamb is more typical of Indian cuisine than beef. We used venison tenderloin and our meat came out well done; next time we will cut the meat in bigger chunks as we prefer it medium rare. Note that a Vitamix can puree the sauce while it is still hot. Garlic and ginger paste is available in Indian groceries, or you can use Recipe #422497. It's a great timesaver for a great taste combination. I recommend a large wok instead of a large skillet when you cook the beef (I had red bell peppers flying everywhere).