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skinnymixer’s Beef Madras

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skinnymixer's Beef Madras

skinnymixer's Beef Madras

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time1 hr
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: Curry
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 6

Ingredients

  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tsp ginger powder
  • 1 tbsp dried coriander ground
  • 2 tsp dried cumin ground
  • 1 tsp dried turmeric ground
  • 1/4-1/2 tsp dried chilli flakes optional
  • 1 tbsp beef stock concentrate
  • 500 g water (or beef stock liquid)
  • 50 g tomato paste
  • 800 g steak large dice, (rump steak)

Instructions

  • Add garlic, ginger, onion, coriander, cumin, turmeric, chilli flakes and 80 g or 2.8 oz water to mixer bowl.
  • Cook 2 min/100°C or 212°F/speed 2/MC on.
  • Add stock, water and tomato paste to mixer bowl. Cook 7 min/100°C or 212°F/speed 2/MC on or until boiling.
  • Add steak to mixer bowl. Cook 30 min/100°C or 212°F/speed spoon/reverse/MC on.
  • After the above cooking period, cook for a further20 min/steaming temperature/speed spoon/reverse/MC off.

Notes

Step 7 is to reduce the sauce so that it becomes nice and thick! Watch it closely, at 20 min check to see if the meat is tender and there is still a small amount of gravy left.
Serve with cauliflower rice
Bellini Users
Use blunt blade for this recipe.
At step 6 use speed 1.
At step 7 use speed 1 and ST temp if using an Intelli and 120°C or 250°F if using a Supercook.
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Nutrition Facts
skinnymixer's Beef Madras
Amount Per Serving (152 g)
Calories 258 Calories from Fat 69
% Daily Value*
Fat 7.7g12%
Saturated Fat 2.6g16%
Sodium 239mg10%
Carbohydrates 2.6g1%
Sugar 1.6g2%
Protein 43.3g87%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

 

 

  1. Made tonight and all 3 kids loved it and hubby aswell which was a bonus.. Definitely making this again.. Thanks for another awesome recipe.

  2. This was really easy to make and was full of flavour. I added a tablespoon of cornstarch to thicken up the gravy a little bit and steamed potatoes for the last 20 minutes and added them to the curry at the end.

    1. This was very easy to make. I added some extra cumin and coriander and also a star anise and some ground cardamom and also did the corn flour trIck. Mostly replying do I can remember what I did for next time. :,D

  3. This was definitely an easy curry to make, I used cheap cuts of beef and oh my goodness they fell apart it was so tender. I did find it to be a bit bland though. Next time I think I would add more tomato paste and beef stock powder. It needs some other spice too, I just can’t put my finger on it. I would say that the blandness of this lends itself to being more of a stew than a curry.

    1. This recipe was very simple and easy to make. I used a chuck steak and popped in the slow cooker. The meat turned out lovely and soft but I felt it was a bit bland in flavour for my palate. The green capsicum suggestion sounds great and I may try again using fresh ingredients instead of the powder forms (and just whizz them in to a paste).

  4. Hi, I made this yesterday and reheated last night at which point I added half a tin of chopped tomatoes and a diced green capsicum at hubby’s request. It was amazing

  5. Made this tonight from the Taste of India cookbook. So nice and so easy. I was only feeding hubby and myself so I halved the recipe and the meat was so tender. Needed a bit more liquid so I added coconut cream at the end. Perfect. Thank you so much for these lovely recipes. Just bought diced beef from the butcher so it was even easier!

  6. I followed recipe exactly but found it really bland sorry! I’ll try and pack some oomph into the leftovers for tomorrow, eg a bit of salt, extra tomato paste and maybe a spoon of sweetener to balance the tomato.

  7. This is another delish dish! Pity i had tough beef,needed to cook longer really but didn’t have the time. Amazing gravy. Would be a great pie filling .

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