One of my favorite meals to make is curry. It’s one of my frugal meals I make if want something healthy and satisfying without hurting my bank account. It’s also a great way for me to get rid of all the left over vegetable I have lying around the house.
I usually put in 3-4 different kinds of vegetable, 1 meat source, and I always put in imitation crab meat, but that’s not necessary. I just couldn’t stop putting it in after one of my friend suggested it to me and I tried it.
- First cut up the meat (desired amount), vegetables(desired amount), and crab meat (desired amount) in small bite sized edible pieces. It does’t matter if the meat is pork, beef, hot dogs, or chicken.
Above is the chicken breast, sweet potato, carrots, broccoli, and crab meat. Just remember that broccoli doesn’t have to be bite sized, it can be any sized because broccoli tend to break up anyway when getting cooked in water.
Also, if you look in the back of the package, there is directions on how to cook them. I just like to do my own thing. Also you can find the package written in english as well.
2. Put meat into a pot with little bit of grape-seed oil, pepper, and salt. Make sure you don’t put too much, just enough for your liking, and cook them until the meat is fully cooked.
3. Put the all the vegetable you had chopped up into the meat and fill it with water till it barely covers the vegetables. Next, bring it all to a boil.
4. Get a bowel and put the desired about of curry powder into the bowl, put some water and mix it until you get a thick consistency. Make certain that there are no clumps of powder left in the curry mix. Once the water starts boiling, put the curry mix into the pot and start stirring until you get a thick consistency. You can put more powder if it’s too bland, or can put more water if it’s too salty.
5. Stir the pot until it starts to boil. (Make sure to continue to stir or the curry will burn in the bottom.) Once it is boiling, check to see if the vegetables are all cooked. If not, then continue to stir until it is. If it is, then it is ready to be served and enjoyed.