5 Fragrant Curries

Often served with a meat and over rice, curry's complex flavors and textures never disappoint.

  • 5 to Try: Curry Quest
    Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Lydia DeGaris-Pursell

    5 to Try: Curry Quest

    Lamb curry hails from northern Indian and is the most popular curry dish. Feel free to substitute chicken, shrimp, or mixed vegetables for the lamb. Recipe: Classic Lamb Curry

  • South African Beef Curry
    Photo: James Carrier

    South African Beef Curry

    Punch up this dish's fabulous flavors by serving with traditional condiments like banana, sweet mango chutney, dried coconut, and fresh cucumber yogurt sauce.

    Recipe: South African Beef Curry

  • Curry-Spiced Samosas with Plum and Tomato Marmalade
    Photo: Becky Luigart-Stayner; Styling: Jan Gautro

    Curry-Spiced Samosas with Plum and Tomato Marmalade

    Stuff homemade samosas with a filling featuring onions, potatoes, carrots, coconut milk, lime juice, and of course–curry paste! The plum and tomato marmalade perfectly complements the samosas' flavor.

    Recipe: Curry-Spiced Samosas with Plum and Tomato Marmalade

  • Thai Pork with Red Curry

    Thai Pork with Red Curry

    This recipe lets you enjoy the bold flavors of red curry with minimal work. Just brown the pork and combine the rest of the ingredients in your slow cooker, then cook on high heat for 5 hours.

    Recipe: Thai Pork with Red Curry

  • Thai Red Curry Fish Stew
    Photo: Leo Gong

    Thai Red Curry Fish Stew

    Sweet, salty, and packed with heat, this hearty fish stew features the distinctive flavors of sweet potato, coconut milk, fish sauce, and dark brown sugar.

    Recipe: Thai Red Curry Fish Stew

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