It’s National Curry Week so we’ve looking into some of the best takeaway curries for this weekend!
Here are some classic world curries whether you’re mad for a madras, or raving for a rogan josh, or craving a chinese there are plenty of options for you to indulge in a curry or two in celebration #minifistpump
The classic “beginner’s” curry, with almond. It’s creamy, sweet and tasty an Irish favourite.
This dish is actually of Persian origin, and contains lentils.
Typically made with beef, the intense, spicy sauce is seasoned with sliced lime leaves, and made a little milder and creamier with coconut. There are also usually peanuts in both the curry paste, so be warned if you’re stuck with that particular allergy.
Get some plain rice on the side and this is a perfect Thai takeaway for those that prefer thicker curries.
Thai Red Curry
Indian isn’t the only way to go if you’re after a hit of heat. Thailand has a cornucopia of crazy hot curries for you to try. The colourful red curry is made from chicken, beef or pork with a paste of garlic, shallots, red chilli, coriander, cumin and lemongrass mixed with coconut milk to create a soup-like curry.
It’s a red hot, fiery dish that will make ‘Indian’ the last thing on your mind when you think of curry.
It’s different right from the get go, with the chicken bread crumbed and fried, cut up and laid next to sticky steamed rice and then a gorgeous, sweet and silky curry sauce slathered all over it. Yum.