Like lamb, I am not too good in cooking beef but I have found that this curried beef is not only very simple to make but very delicious and versatile, too. Maybe it’s because I like curry. I used it to cook with green beans and also use it in my salad. You can also slice it up to eat with rice or to make wrap.
I bought a packet of quick cook frying steak. There were 3 thin pieces in it. They have been pounded as you can see to make cooking quick.
I have some Schwartz seasonings which come in very handy. So far, I find Schwartz seasonings very good and easy to use. I had used it for chicken, potatoes and lamb and they are all very easy to use. Here’s my simple recipe for the Curried Beef Steak. You can use it for other meat if you don;t like beef. Add some chilli powder if you want it spicy but I did not add that.
Mix the tikka curry spices, curry powder and salt well. Rub it over the beef pieces and let it rest for a short while.
Pan fry it until cooked on both side. You can slice it up and eat it with rice or noodles. Keep the left over in the fridge which is what I did. The next day, I fried sliced some and fried it with green beans.
Heat up some fried garlic oil in a frying pan or pot. Add the green beans and fry until cooked. I always love to fry green beans until a little charred as you can see in the picture above. When it’s done, add the beef slices and drizzle some light soya sauce over it to taste. You can use salt instead of soya sauce if you like. Dish up and serve hot. It goes very well with rice.
Other recipes using Schwartz seasoning that you may be interested in:
Chicken With Steakhouse Seasoning
Best Potato Wedges With Schwartz
Easy To Make Salad - For Health And Weight Lose
Lamb Cutlets With BBQ Sauce
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