I found this clean Vindaloo curry on Rebelfit and decided to change it slightly by using my own homemade Vindaloo paste.
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• Coconut Oil
• Beef strips
• Onions (2, diced)
• Chopped tomato (1 tin)
• Chicken stock (100ml)
• Sweet Potatoes (200g)
• Vindaloo paste (1/2 jar)
Fry the beef strips in the coconut oil.
Set the beef strips aside and cook the onions until golden.
Stir in the Vindaloo paste (or ingredients) along with the chopped tomatoes and chicken stock.
Add the sweet potatoes and cook until soft.
Either eat immediately or add to a slow cooker.
Earlier I shared the recipe for a Clean Vindaloo Curry that I found on Rebelfit. I’m keen on making dishes as clean as possible so decided to make my own Vindaloo paste!
Note to self: Ease up on the Birdseye Chilli next time.
• Black Peppercorns (1tsp)
• Coriander (2tsp)
•Yellow mustard seeds (1tbsp)
• Dried red chillies (4) – I used Birdseye
•Lazy garlic (2tsp)
•Sea Salt (1/2 tsp)
•Coconut Oil (1tbsp)
•Tomato Puree (2tbsp)
•Tamarind Paste (1tbsp)
•Fresh chilli (2) or chilli powder
Simply throw every ingredient together and blend into a paste!
•Vindaloo paste (or make a scorcher of a curry and make a clean Vindaloo paste of your own!)
Heat up the Coconut Oil and fry the beef strips.
Add onions to pan and cook until golden.
Stir in the paste and chicken stock.
Throw in the Sweet potato and cook until soft.
Alternatively, once the beef strips are cooked and the onions are golden, throw the entire mix in a slow cooker and enjoy later on.