Curries are one of the best one-pot dishes to make for yourself or the whole family. A curry dish can be made with multiple ingredients from chunks of meat (chicken, fish or lamb), vegetables, potatoes, beancurd skin, tau pok and fish balls, etc. It gives you a delicious gravy too. In other words, there’s something for everyone! If you have more time to make your own curry (instead of using a curry pre-mix – nothing wrong with that), here are 19 of curry recipes to try.
This easy lamb and lentil curry is so delicious, you’ll want to make it all the time.
Literally ready in minutes, whip up this gorgeous chickpea & vegetable curry when you have a fridge full of fresh vegetables!
When you’re craving a hearty homemade Indian dish, cook up this easy but gorgeous chickpea and mince curry.
A twist on the traditional Indonesian dish, sayur lodeh (mixed vegetable coconut broth), this spicy version has added butter chicken, and makes a hearty, one-pot meal for the whole family.
Quick and so easy to make, this speedy yellow coconut curry is so delicious!
With a little patience and TLC, this Nonya Duck Curry will be a hit at gatherings and parties. The recipe, shared by AllSpice Institute’s Chef Ambrose Poh, uses the versatile Rempah Kuning paste. Have it with rice, prata or bread – it goes with everything.
This Thai Green Chicken Curry is super easy to make and so full of flavour.
This fish with curried green beans takes 30 minutes to prepare.
Feel like Indian tonight? Make this unbelievable vegetarian pilaf-style coconut cauliflower without using any rice at all!
Alongside sauteed carrots and potatoes, this coconut-based curry features cabbage and tuna with a finish of green chilli and coriander.
Follow this fast and simple recipe and feast on succulent prawns and crunchy cashews in a sea of coconut and spice based curry.
A creamy and fragrant chicken curry doesn’t have to be between 500 to 600 calories. Chef Alexandra Prabaharan brings it down to just 462 calories without skimping on flavour or fragrance.
A curry-based dish with tender chunks of chicken. Try this spicy recipe at home for a healthy spin on this hearty dish!
The Green Beef Curry is a staple in Thai cuisine and for good reason. Spicy, coconut-y and with a fish sauce umami, this makes a comforting meal with rice.
A great way to meet the family’s quota of veggies! This scrumptious Thai green curry contains a variety of vegetables as well as tender chicken strips.
Think of the mulligatawny soup as a curry soup or a soupy curry filled with vegetables like carrots, tomatoes and lentils. It goes well with flatbread (also in this recipe), rice and even glass noodles.
A scintillating vegetarian dish by the late Fay Khoo that won’t skimp on flavour despite the lack of meat. Try the food critic, radio and TV personality’s delectable and healthy vegetarian guava curry today with a bowl of freshly steamed basmati rice.