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Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux. Roux takes just a few minutes to make. If you have a kitchen scale, this is easy to measure. Great recipe for Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux.

Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux I don't think this recipe works well to make a dipping sauce, to be honest. Like you said, it's probably lacking spice and I wouldn't use it as a base for dipping sauce. The dipping sauce shouldn't be roux (flour and butter). You can cook Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux using 25 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux

  1. Prepare of Ingredients:.
  2. You need 3 of Onion.
  3. It's 3 clove of Garlic.
  4. You need 1 of ◎ Apple.
  5. You need 1 of ▲ Carrot.
  6. Prepare 10 of ▲ Mushrooms.
  7. Prepare 500 grams of Beef (butt (shoulder or roast) or shank).
  8. You need 350 ml of Red wine.
  9. You need 900 ml of ◎ Vegetable juice.
  10. You need 100 ml of ◎ Milk.
  11. It's 400 grams of ◎ Canned mango.
  12. It's of Seasoning ingredients:.
  13. It's 80 grams of Butter.
  14. You need 4 tbsp of White flour.
  15. It's 4 tbsp of S & B curry powder (red can).
  16. You need 2 tsp of Grated garlic.
  17. You need 4 of ▲ Fond de veau (veal stock) tablets.
  18. It's 8 of cubes ▲ Maggi bouillon.
  19. You need 4 of ▲ Bay leaves.
  20. It's 2 tsp of ▲ Salt.
  21. Prepare 1 tbsp of ◇ S & B curry powder in the red can.
  22. Prepare 1 tbsp of ◇ Garam masala.
  23. You need 1 tsp of ◇ Black pepper.
  24. You need 1 of from none ◇ Red chili powder (optional).
  25. You need 1 dash of of each Salt and pepper, oil.

Make sure to stir the butter and flour constantly, otherwise you risk the roux burning. If the roux burns, you'll have to start from scratch. It all depends on the heat you are using to make the roux. I make my roux in a small pot on the side while the rest of the stew cooks—because this is a stew at heart.

Seriously Authentic Stewed Curry Made from Homemade Roux instructions

  1. Slice the onion thinly, cover with plastic wrap and microwave for 30 minutes at 500 to 600 W..
  2. While you wait, cut the other ingredients. Chop the garlic finely, roughly chop the carrot, and dice the apple..
  3. (Continued) Cut the hard stems of the mushrooms. Cut into cubes and season with salt and pepper. Drain the syrup from the canned mangoes..
  4. Put the ◎ mixture in a blender and purée. Add as much vegetable juice as you can. (The remaining juice will be added directly to the pot.).
  5. Melt butter in a pot slowly over low heat..
  6. Add onions, and sauté over medium-high heat. Stir while scraping the bottom, so the onions don't burn. If it is getting burnt on the bottom, lower the heat..
  7. When the onions have turned to caramel colored, add grated ginger, chopped garlic, and sauté over low heat for about 5 minutes..
  8. Add flour and mix. When it has blended, add 4 tablespoons of curry powder. When the curry is fragrant, turn off the heat. The roux is done..
  9. Put oil in a frying pan, and brown the beef over hight heat..
  10. When the surface of the beef has browned, add red wine and bring to a boil. Simmer over low heat for about 5 minutes..
  11. Transfer the red wine from the frying pan to the pot little by little to dissolve the roux. The key is to add the wine slowly to avoid lumps from forming..
  12. Add all the contents of the frying pan to the pot, including the beef, then add the contents of the blender and mix well..
  13. Add the ▲ ingredients, and bring to a boil over high heat. Simmer for an hour at the lowest heat possible. Mix every 5 minutes..
  14. Add the ◇ spices, simmer for 10 minutes or so and turn off the heat. If you don't add chili pepper, the curry will be mild; 1 tablespoon will make it a little spicy; 2 tablespoons will make it spicy, and it'll be very spicy with 3 tablespoon..
  15. Let it rest overnight and it's done!.

Once the flour has reached a deep caramel brown, I add my spice blend. As mentioned above, I dry-toast the spices in a skillet first to deepen their aromas. Frying them in the roux helps develop their flavor even more. Japanese Chicken Curry with Homemade Curry Roux How to make homemade Japanese curry powder. Like I said, you can use any brand of curry powder for making this homemade Japanese curry roux, but S&B curry powder is probably the one most widely used inside Japan.

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