The Basics of Unusual Curries
My usual starting point for a curry recipe is a jar of sauce bought from the supermarket. They mostly offer plenty to choose from so it should be easy to find one to match your own tastes.
Then just move on to some experimenting to see what can be created with that sauce. These are just five examples of unusual curries that I have created.
Take a can of meatballs and put in an ovenproof dish. Mix in curry sauce then top with chips. Hot oven for 20-30 minutes and dinner is made.
Cook up a few extra sausages when making another meal then use them the following day to make a curry. Even easier if you have a batch of already cooked hard boiled eggs to hand.
Fry up the bacon and the chips then add in curry sauce and hard boiled egg. Heat through then eat.
Simply buy a cheap and cheerful cheese and tomato pizza from the supermarket. Top with some sliced chicken and curry sauce. Cook as usual.
Hard boiled eggs and brussels sprouts cooked in the oven then served with potato or rice according to your preference.
Curry lovers will protest that these are far from being a real curry. True to an extent as they are all products of my mind.
Yet are all recipes not the product of someone’s mind?
Every single one was created in a kitchen somewhere then adapted over the years.
So they may not be real curries but they are My curries.