Meat Curries

How To Curry Beef

Beef is such a versatile meat, it can be cooked in any manner. Curry Beef on the other hand is done only one way. This recipe is so wonderful you can eat it without anything. It is especially excellent with Dahl Puri.

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How to curry chicken

Curry chicken is very popular and there are many variations. Try this recipe and you will never have to try another.

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How to Curry Fish

Curry fish is very uncommon. This is because many people think the fish will either break up or melt away while cooking.

Follow my recipe and you will never stop making curry fish. This is one of the best meals I have ever eaten.

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how to curry shrimp

Curry shrimp is a great way of preparing shrimp. There are small, medium, large and extra large shrimp. They all make an excellent curry.

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How to curry duck

Curry duck, otherwise known as "Duck Curry", is very delicious and popular.

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How to curry crab

Crab with shells are somewhat difficult to eat, but by breaking both ends you can suck the meat out of any end.

Curry crab is beyond discription in its taste. You will have to experience it to know.

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How to make Curry Fry Fish

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How to Curry Goat

Curry Goat is a favorite of West Indians. It's wonderful espically when spicy and can be eaten with anything, but is very good with Dalh Puri.

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How to Curry Lamb

Lamb is a small sheep that's less than 100 lbs when alive. The meat is very tender. This is one of the most versatile meat to cook.

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How to Curry Mutton

Mutton is Sheep's meat, the older and larger version of lamb. Because it's not very tender it is ideal for making curry, especially Bunjal.

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How to Curry Eggs

Curry Eggs are some what strange, but never the less it's very tasty and cheap. It is great with paratha/cassava roti or rice

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How to Make Curry Wraps

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How to Curry Turkey

Turkey legs are pretty good for making curry and bunjal. The Wild Turkey is especially good for outdoor cooking and also Bunjal.

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How to Curry Deer

Deer, like most wild meat, is a little on the tough side. This makes it ideal for making curry and bunjal. This is espically good outdoors and on a charcoal grill.

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how to curry fowl

Fowl is a domestic bird, but a yard chicken, with colored feathers is also considered a fowl.

The meat is tough like that of a wild bird, but very tasty. It can be curried or bunjal which is better.

This bird can be bought in some Supermarkets or from a live poultry outlet. The Poultry farm will prepare it for cooking.

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How to Curry Calf Liver

There are several animal livers that can be eaten. Some are better in taste than others, but preparation is basically the same. The best I've had is sheep/lam then calf/bull.

Some people love chicken liver. Preparation of liver is more bunjal than curry.

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How to Curry Chicken Liver

Chicken Liver is quite different than most livers. Mainly becuase it does not get tough with excess cooking. It's very tasty anyhow, and many people use it as a Stuffings ingredient.

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