In the Kitchen will be the category where I will post some of the recipes I cook for my family. I promise you these are super-duper easy recipes because I’m really not an expert in the kitchen plus the fact that I don’t want recipes with so many steps/how-tos. Just 4-6 instructions, anything more than that, I skip the page of my recipe book and look for simpler recipes. So newbies in the kitchen, I hope you’ll try my recipes or suggestions and let’s share kitchen secrets!
My husband Jeff loves curry, may it be Thai, Indian, or Japanese, basta curry, keri! :p Whenever we’re in a Japanese restaurant, his staple order would be anything with curry sauce. When I chanced upon these Japanese curry mixes in the grocery aisle, I decided to give it a try and cooked Japanese Beef Curry.
How to cook Japanese Beef Curry
Beef strips, sukiyaki cut
1 medium onion, sliced
1 carrot, diced
1 potato, diced
4 cubes of Japanese curry mix
salt and pepper
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Add the beef strips, sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Cook the beef strips until brown. Remove from the pan.
- In the same pan, saute the onions, carrots, and potatoes.
- Add back the beef strips in the pan.
- Add water, just the right amount for the curry sauce. Not sinigang levels ha, parang pang-caldereta lang :p
- Bring to a boil and cook until the carrots and potatoes are tender.
- Stir in the curry mix, I use 4 cubes. If you want your sauce to be thicker, just add more. Simmer while stirring until the curry mix is completely dissolved.
- Taste the curry sauce, just add salt and pepper according to taste. As for me, the curry mix is enough, no need to add salt or pepper.
- Serve over rice.
Promise! This is super easy, surprise the husband with this dish, even newbies in the kitchen can make this. Use the Vermont Curry in the yellow box for milder curry flavor. But if you want a spicier and stronger curry, use the Java Curry.
Enjoy! I share more recipes in my Facebook page and Instagram, @badudets. Follow the hashtag, #BadudetsCooks. See you there!