Ad: I worked with Maya Kaimal Foods to create this post!
1 lb of beef stew meat
1 jar of Maya Kaimal Madras Curry Simmer Sauce
1 1/2 cups of potatoes; diced
1 red onion; sliced
1 1/2 jars of water (use the curry sauce jar)
Salt & Pepper
Rue: 1 heaping tbsp of flour & 2-3 tbsp of water
Note: I made this in a crockpot but you can definitely do this in a dutch oven or even a pot on your stove. I wanted to use my crockpot so I didn’t have to worry about leaving my stove on!
In a large pan, add the beef, salt & pepper and cook until nicely browned on the outside.
Don’t worry about if the meat is fully cooked through, you are really just looking for a nice sear on the outside.
Set your crockpot to “high” and add the potatoes, onions, and cooked beef.
Pour the Madra Curry Simmer Sauce over the top as well as the water.
Mix so that the ingredients are fully incorporated and everything is pretty much submerged in the liquid.
Cook on “high” for about 4 hours, stirring occasionally.
About 20 minutes before you are about to serve, mix the flour and water in a small separate bowl until it looks like a loose paste.
Add it to the curry and mix it well.
Let it cook on “low” for another 20-30 minutes.
The rue will help thicken up the curry.
The potatoes should be soft and the beef should be almost falling apart.
Serve over rice and with (optional) peanuts and or cilantro.