The Ultimate Curry Beef (beef curry) Recipe.

How to make classic Caribbean style curry beef or beef curry as it may also be called. Marinated in lovely Caribbean herbs and spices, before it’s cooked until it’s fork tender. This curry beef recipe is based on the traditional way of cooking curry in Trinidad and Tobago.

You’ll Need…

3 lbs beef (cubed)
2 table spoon veg oil
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 small onion
4 cloves garlic
2 leaves shado beni (culantro)
1 med tomato
1 heaping tablespoon Caribbean green seasoning
1 scallion
2 sprigs thyme
1/2 scotch bonnet pepper
2 cups water
3 tablespoon water (cooking curry)
1/4 teaspoon grated ginger
1 tablespoon tomato ketchup
1 teaspoon + 1.5 tablespoon curry powder

* If you can’t get shado beni, use 3 tablespoon chopped cilantro

For the Caribbean Green Seasoning recipe, see http://youtu.be/g7znPCJvhnU

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35 thoughts on “The Ultimate Curry Beef (beef curry) Recipe.”

  1. Anderson Springer

    Boy when you describing the thing …mmmm…de Trini in you just jump out….I can imagine how your kitchen smelling…I try my best, but you make me see where I make my mistakes….

  2. Chris, how about using coconut milk as a braising liquid?  I watched a couple of videos about how to make Carribean curries and it appears that people use water instead of coconut milk.  What's your take on it?

  3. I wanted to ask you something in my earlier comment but forgot. How long is curry good for in the fridge? Should it be stored in a glass container or other air tight container?  Is its  ok in just its original  bag?  Last recipe I tried, a stew, couldn't really taste the curry. Maybe mine is past its best by date?.

  4. Thanks Chris. Speaking of myself; a guy that lives on peanut butter on toast, this recipe a lot of work. Least for me. You are obviously at home in the kitchen. Maybe when I get more ambitious or fed up with above, I"ll give this  a shot. Carry on my good man!

  5. will adding a chopped potato to the braising step take away flavor? and if so what is a good way to bring it back? im planning to make this for family dinner

  6. Now this is something even i cant get wrong 😀
    I cant cook lol, ive followed many recipes on youtube from all over the world, with varying degrees of failure 😀
    I am not joking i could not even get sweet lassi correct.
    I did the following: Add full fat greek style yogurt, pinch of saffron, scream from wife its expensive, add cardamon powder, then added milk – result a cardamon overflavoured smoothie which was green 😀

    So i will actually make this with ALL the ingredients and VIDEO it in 4k and upload to youtube 😀
    Probably have it uploaded by sunday, or monday depends if the cooker out in the garage still works.

  7. u should write down the recipe in here in ur tube channel cause its a lil difficult to understand u and alsethe website is huge big difficult to find this recipe i'm sure u will have more views if u start to write down the recipes in here But after all it looks like a good recipe

  8. a very field Brits army curry cook by the chefs in the battle field, not the Gurkha regiments but the Welch or any other regiments. or even the Scots guard.

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