Steven and I love Thai food, our favourite restaurant being Chayophraya. So after having a think about dairy free meals I came to the conclusion that Thai is quite a safe bet? A lot of Thai cooking involves Coconut milk/ cream, which is even better than dairy right?
We have been eating a lot of chicken recently so I decided to crack open the slow cooker, once more, and go for a beef curry.
I have to say, It was really tasty and I actually winged the recipe- yep it’s a botch job that actually worked!
Here it is…
* Morrisons lean beef stewing steak
*2 packs of Morrisons coconut milk
*1 small tub of red Thai curry paste (could be used twice but I put it all in)
*1 red chilli (finely chopped)
* 1 red bell pepper (sliced into thin strips)
*1 yellow bell pepper (sliced into thin strips)
*1 red onion (thinly sliced)
* a handful of small broccoli florets
* 1 tbsp of ginger
*1 tbsp of garlic
add the beef into the slow cooker with a cup of water, the full lemongrass stem, the ginger and garlic. Leave this to slow cook on low for around 4-6 hours (until tender).
Once the meat is almost ready remove the lemon grass. Then add in the red Thai curry paste, coconut milk, chilli, peppers, onion and broccoli. Allow to cook in the slow cook for another 30 minutes or until the broccoli is tender.
Make sure you give the mix a good stir and serve with some Thai crackers and microwaveable coconut rice (the only quick part!).
Although this is quite a time consuming recipe the prep is actually not to much and very worth it! Yum
Please let me know if you have any dairy free recipes I can try out or some easy and quick treats.