Brit-Style Curry

This is a British take on the traditional English curry. Serving it over toasted rolls is a refreshing and surprising change, although it works just as well in tortillas.

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  • Peel the potatoes, chop at least into quarters and boil until just tender.
  • Drain and leave to cool.
  • Meanwhile, heat half of the butter in a spacious frying pan and fry the onion and chillies for about five minutes.
  • Mix the spices and water together, and then add to the frying pan along with the carrots and broccoli and the rest of the butter.
  • Let cook for about ten minutes, or until broccoli starts to become tender.
  • Dice the cooled potatoes into bite-sized pieces.
  • Add in the peas, potatoes and tomatoes and cook for another five to seven minutes.
  • Taste and adjust seasoning with salt, pepper and a bit of lime or lemon juice.
  • Just before the dish is done, cut rolls in half and brush with olive oil.
  • Grill until toasted.
  • If you are using the tortillas, just fill and roll.
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"This is a British take on the traditional English curry. Serving it over toasted rolls is a refreshing and surprising change, although it works just as well in tortillas."
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  1. bmnchef
    Good curry! I was short on carrots so I added some shredded cabbage too. I served it over corn tortillas and it was delicious! I have a lot of leftovers, so I am going to cook some rice and use it for work lunches this week. I also kicked it up a bit with some additional curry powder. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Kitty Z
    This may seem unusual compared to your average curry, but it is really good, very satisfying, and smells good while it's cooking, too! I like to serve it over two really thick pieces of toast.
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  3. Sackville
    This is a British take on the traditional English curry. Serving it over toasted rolls is a refreshing and surprising change, although it works just as well in tortillas.
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