Fiber-Rich Keema Curry

Fiber-Rich Keema Curry

This is a simple and healthy curry chock-full of dietary fiber made by mincing combined vegetables! I combined a spicy type of storebought curry roux (House brand Java Curry) with the acidity and sweetness of apple and the sweetness of banana to make it richer and milder! You'll be hooked by the initial sweetness and spicy aftertaste.

Ingredients: 4 servings

Ground mixed meat (80% beef: 20% pork)
1/2 clove
1/2 piece
Mixed raisins
Curry powder
1 teaspoon
Curry Roux: House Java Curry (Medium)
4 cubes (about 72g)
Vegetable oil
1 tablespoon
Usukuchi soy sauce
1 teaspoon
Hot cooked rice
4 plates
Plain yogurt
To taste
Fresh parsley
to taste
Cherry tomatoes
if you have some


1. I used medium spicy Java Curry.
2. Finely chop the garlic, ginger, onions, carrots, and cabbage. Grate the apple with the skin intact, finely chop the banana, and combine the two.
3. Add garlic and ginger to a preheated pan coated in vegetable oil and sauté well until aromatic; add onions, reduce to low heat, and sauté until golden. Add carrots and cabbage, add ground mixed meat once it wilts, and sauté more. Sprinkle curry powder and mix thoroughly.
4. Add water, bring to a boil and skim out the scum. Sdd banana, apple, and raisins, and boil over low heat for about 15 minutes over low medium heat.
5. Turn off the heat momentarily, dissolve the curry roux in the pot, turn the heat back on and boil for 5 minutes until it thickens. Adjust the flavor by adding light soy sauce. You can also use regular soy sauce. It really brings out the flavor.
6. On a plate with rice, top with the curry, sprinkle parsley, garnish with mini tomatoes, and it's done.

Story Behind this Recipe

I love curry brimming with lots of minced vegetables,so I made this. Just cutting up some veggies and mixing them in makes it taste amazing! The fruit has a distinct flavor and uses Java Curry; it was improved by the spices more than I expected . My boyfriend ate it, and was really surprised. He ended up eating all of it... I guess you could say it's healthy, but maybe he ate too much?