How to cook a fabulous slow cooker beef curry

Here is how to cook a fabulous slow cooker beef curry in a few quick easy steps. Slow cooked beef has so much flavour, you must try this.

Slow cooker beef curry with quinoa rice
Slow cooker beef curry with quinoa rice

Here is a gallery of images from the preparation. Click on one and hopefully a slideshow will begin.

Here’s a short video of my preparation for this slow cooker beef curry. I’m trying to teach myself some skills in video and video editing so if you want to skip this feel free. It’s a slow but interesting process.

How to cook a fabulous slow cooker beef curry
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: [url href=”” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”]Gary Lum[/url]
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Serves: 1
  • Casserole chuck beef
  • Potatoes
  • Onions
  • Ginger
  • Ginger marmalade
  • Garlic paste
  • Celery
  • Red capsicum
  • Coconut milk
  • Curry powder
  • Dried whole peppercorns
  • Quinoa rice
  1. Dice the meat
  2. Dice the potatoes
  3. Slice the onions
  4. Slice the celery
  5. Slice the capsicum
  6. Slice the ginger
  7. Add everything including a litre of water to the slow cooking chamber
  8. Cook for 6 hours
  9. Aliquot for lunch portions
  10. Serve with quinoa rice
  11. Shoot a photograph
  12. Eat the dish
  13. Wash the dishes
  14. Write the recipe
  15. Blog (verb)

On a cool Autumn day it’s nice to have my apartment filled with the aroma of slowly cooking meat with spices and vegetables.

I know this will taste better after at least a day’s refrigeration so lunches or dinners will be fabulous. I look forward to leftover meals.

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12 Responses

    1. Thanks very much Lorraine. It’s definitely something I want to develop. You’re right doing it alone is a challenge. I’m enjoying spending some time each weekend trying to learn some editing.

    1. This is my second post with a video portion. Last week I did one and just had music in the background. I want to do more with video. I just have to learn how to edit.

  1. It sounds delicious. Cooking the beef by this technique is guaranteed to give you a lovely tender bite of beef. The ginger marmalade is a nice sweet touch.

    Since I don’t have a slow cooker/crock pot, I just use my dutch oven and a 300-325 deg F oven. Or the top of the stove if I’m making something else in the oven. 🙂

  2. I love curry – the hubby, not so much. It therefore ends up being one of those things I order when we’re out, rather than making it at home. It’s too bad, because this looks excellent!

    1. The nice thing about curry I reckon is I can make a reasonably large amount and then freeze aliquots for work lunches. It’s what I’ve been eating the last couple of days at work.

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