Simple Dry Curry

Simple Dry Curry

This is a simple dry curry made with ground pork and beef, onion, and carrot. You're not going to be able to stop eating this. Keep it in stock to adapt it in many ways.

Ingredients: 2 to 3 servings

Ground meat - beef and pork mix
210 g
1/2 (100 g)
Carrot (small)
1 (80 g peeled)
Olive oil (any type)
1 tablespoon
☆Curry powder
1 tablespoon
1 scan teaspoon
☆Black pepper
10 shakes
☆Garam masala
5 to 6 shakes
5 to 6 shakes
☆Roast dried garlic powder
5 to 6 shakes
1 tablespoon
100 ml
○Soup stock granules
1 teaspoon
○Japanese Worcestershire-style Sauce
1 1/2 tablespoon
1 tablespoon


1. Chop the onion finely. Peel and grate the carrot. Combine the ☆ flavoring ingredients. Combine the ○ ingredients.
2. Heat olive oil in a frying pan, and sauté the onion for about 10 minute over low heat. Add the grated carrot and continue sautéing.
3. Turn the heat to medium, add ground meat and sauté. When the meat changes color, add the ☆ ingredients, and keep cooking for another 3 minutes or so.
4. Swirl in the sake and evaporate the alcohol. Add the ○ ingredients, and keep on sautéing until there's almost no moisture in the pan, and it's done.
5. If you have leftovers: Wrap in an omelette. (I made this one in an 18 cm frying pan. This is great for breakfast or in bento, or you could make small ones and use them instead of wonton in soup.
6. Other ideas: Use the dry curry in croquettes, wrap in lettuce leaves and use as drinking appetizers, toss with pasta, put on crackers to serve as drinking appetizers, spread on sliced bread, top with cheese and toast.

Story Behind this Recipe

I was chopping onions with the intention of making meat sauce, but I suddenly got an urge for dry curry.