BBC Masterchef Semi Finalist Yui's Massaman Beef Recipe
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You can purchase some of the ingredients below to cook along with Yui Miles, BBC Masterchef finalist, and make her Beef Massaman Curry recipe.
This Wednesday @cookingwith_yui will show us on IGTV how to make Massaman Beef Curry. But what is Massaman curry? It is a fusion of Thai- and Indian-style curries, utilizing both a red-style curry paste (Thai influence) and dry whole spices like cumin, coriander, cinnamon, and nutmeg (Indian influence). Another essential ingredient is roasted peanuts, which add an extra layer of richness and texture to the curry.
Peanuts, coconut, aromatic fresh and ground spices, potatoes and beef that falls apart. What’s not to love about Massaman Curry?
To make Yui’s Massaman Curry you’ll need:
1 pack (250 g) cubed chuck beef or stewing beef
3 tablespoons Massaman curry paste
4-5 shallots, peeled
1 onion chopped in big chunks
1 can coconut milk
2-3 tbsp fish sauce
2-3 grated palm sugar (or brown sugar)
2 tbsp tamarind
1 medium-sized potato, peeled and cut into chunks
4-5 tablespoons unsalted roasted peanuts (can use cashew nut if prefer)
2 star anise
1 tbsp vegetable cooking oil
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Follow @cookingwith_yui step by step and learn how to make at home Massaman Beef Curry, a popular southern-Thai curry that is rich and creamy in flavour. It’s commonly made with beef, coconut milk, potatoes and peanuts. But you can also use chicken for this recipe. This beef Massaman curry recipe does take a bit of time to cook as you want to slowly cook the beef so they become tender, soft, and melt in your mouth. Ingredients 1 pack (250 g) cubed chuck beef or stewing beef 3 tablespoons Massaman curry paste 4-5 shallots, peeled 1 onion chopped in big chunks 1 can coconut milk 2-3 tbsp fish sauce 2-3 grated palm sugar (or brown sugar) 2 tbsp tamarind 1 medium-sized potato, peeled and cut into chunks 4-5 tablespoons unsalted roasted peanuts (can use cashew nut if prefer) 2 star anise 1 tbsp vegetable ooking oil Steps In a big saucepan, add about 2-3 tbsp coconut milk (use the thick part) and wait until coconut milk start bubbling. Add beef in and stir for 2-3 min. Add star anise and Massaman curry in and mix in well. Add onion, in and leave it to cook for about 30 min then add potato and the rest of your coconut milk in. Seasoning with fishsauce, palm sugar, tamarind. Give it a taste it should be sweet, salty and a little sour and nutty. Add some cashew nuts or peanuts and stir well. Leave it to cook for about another 25 min or until potatoes cooked. Add a little bit of water if needed too. Perfectly serve with thai jasmine rice. * For oven braised method: Coat beef in 1 tablespoon of oil, star anise and massaman curry paste, mix well. You can braise your beef in the oven for about an hour. Once your beef in oven for 45 min - an hour put coconut milk in saucepan, then curry paste and mix well then add your beef that have been braised in the oven in the. Add onion, fishsauce, tamarind paste, palm sugar and the rest of coconut milk in. Mix well. Perfectly paired with @changbeeruk and @monsoonvalleyuk Shiraz #thaikitchenoftheworld #thaiselectuk #discoverthaiselect #thaifood #thaiwine #thaicuisine #thaicurry #thairecipe