Ten comforting curry recipes


Comforting curries

I have seen a few daffodils now so dare I say I think spring has finally sprung. However there is still a chill in the air which makes me want to warm up with a bit of spice for dinner.  As a lover of curry, I have rounded up these spicy comforting curry recipes from some of our Foodies100 bloggers.

  • First up Sophie Loves Food is treating us to not just one spicy recipe but four. My mouth is watering at the Asian prawns on a bed of lime and chilli cured courgette ribbons. They look amazing.
  • I am partial to a Thai green curry and the addition of plantain in Yum Dim Sum’s recipe is something I will have to try as it looks delicious, apparently it is a very fiery one too.
  • Amuse Your Bouche’s peanut butter chickpea curry is a total revelation to me, it looks amazing and is a creamy, not particularly hot, one pot meal.
  • I have only recently started using beef in my curries and it is so delicious, probably more so than chicken. I cannot wait to try Lilinha Angel’s World ‘s aromatic ginger and lemongrass Thai beef curry, it also has butternut squash and mushrooms in it. Mmmm.
  • Next we have a different Prawn curry, this time from Fab Food 4 All. This is made with spring onions and mushrooms in a tomato and cream based sauce.
  • One pot meals means less washing up, my kind of meal then as they are usually quick and easy to prepare, I know I will enjoy A Mummy Too’s one pot harissa chicken curry.  Made with lentils and potatoes and a dollop of yoghurt to finish. Yum.
  • Dare I admit I have never cooked a fish curry before but Recipes From A Pantry’s garlic, kale, roast okra and fish curry will soon rectify this. The curry base made from coconut water is also new concept that I am looking forward to trying.
  • This curry is perfect for children with the addition of mango chutney making it extra sweet. A perfect accompaniment is naan bread to mop up the sauce. Adding chunky peanut butter will add a nice crunch to Cakeyboi’s sweet ‘n’ easy chicken curry.
  • I have as much love for vegetable curries as meat ones, often having them midweek with a bowlful of basmati rice, so I can’t wait to try Deena Kakaya’s hot and smoky aubergine curry. According to Deena this is a curry with attitude and not one for the faint hearted. Perfect.
  • Something a little different, and a curry I have never eaten before, I will have to try Lover of Creating Flavours’ Goan crab masala. Made with lots of green chillies, fragrant curry leaves and tamarind paste these are delicate flavours to compliment the texture and flavour of crab. It sounds delicious.


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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