Hi, Ray here again.
I reviewed a mushroom curry recipe over 2 years ago. I liked the curry but the average taste score for the curry wasn’t that big.
I still love mushrooms and so I decided to try out another mushroom curry from the great range of Curry Focus curry recipes. The vegetarian curry recipe category now has 3 mushroom curry recipes. I checked out the two recipes that I hadn’t tried and decided to make Mushroom Curry Version 3. The version 3 part of the name doesn’t mean anything – it’s just a way to separate curries with the same name.
All I had to buy was the mushrooms, having everything else already in the house.
This really is one of the easiest curry recipes on the Curry Focus website. I stalked, cleaned and halved the mushrooms before throwing all the other ingredients into a food processor to turn into a smooth paste.
I recently bought a new food processor because the old one had fallen apart. And this was the first time that I had used it. And it was just perfect.
Soon I was frying the mushrooms and adding the paste whilst starting off the rice in the microwave.
Really, it was that easy.
About 15 minutes from starting cooking I was sprinkling coriander (cilantro) onto the Mushroom Curry which was served up on basmati rice.
The usual diners were in attendance and we quickly started eating the curry.
And it was great. The well-cooked curry had a wonderful delicate mushroom taste which went well with the coconut taste. The coriander (cilantro) provided a bit of colour to the dish as well as giving its own, familiar, flavour.
The curry received a good taste score of 7.5 out of 10 with a spice/heat rating of “Hot”.
Why not give this recipe a try for yourself. It is such a quick and easy curry recipe. And if you don’t like your curries being hot, you could leave out the two fresh chillies for a milder dish.