24 Delicious Curry Recipes


We are lickin’ the bowl of this ultra-flavorful dish! Easy to make using the Instant Pot or Stovetop, this comforting Cauliflower Potato Curry is packed full of aromatic spices and powerhouse veggies. The whole family will be running to the table for this hearty filling dish! It’s perfect for a quick weeknight dinner in the Instant Pot. Stovetop instructions make this recipe versatile. Soul-warming and full of feel good ingredients, grab a bowl and get ready to dig in!

From: monkeyandmekitchenadventures

Indian Chicken Curry

A Classic Punjabi dish from Northern India, with just enough spice to satisfy those who must indulge their curry craving.

From: canadiancookingadventures


As it is for many people, Thai green curry was my introduction to Thai cuisine and it’s still one of my firm favourites. This comparatively mild and herbaceous curry is a Thai restaurant menu staple for a reason – you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t like its gorgeous, well rounded flavours – spiciness soothed by cooling coconut and set against the freshness of coriander, lemongrass and lime leaves. The last two blew my mind the first time I tasted them and I have been hooked on their unique flavours ever since.

From: lazycatkitchen

Vegan Curry Ramen Noodles

Can you believe that 20 minutes is all it takes to get this healthy curry ramen noodle dinner on the table?! Loaded with fresh veggies and rich curry flavors, you’ll feel good about serving this meal to your family!

From: midwestfoodieblog

Thai Chicken Coconut Curry

Thai Chicken Coconut Curry – An EASY one-skillet curry that’s ready in 20 minutes and is layered with so many fabulous flavors!! Low-cal, low-carb, and HEALTHY but tastes like comfort food!!

From: averiecooks

Beef Massaman Curry

One of my favourite Thai dishes is this beef massaman curry which is pure comfort food! Massaman curry is a little different from other Thai style curries in that it contains several warm spices not found if your typical Thai style curry including cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and turmeric which give it such an amazing aroma! I start out with a homemade massaman curry paste that is just bursting with flavour and I like to use beef which is slowly braised in coconut milk until it’s melt in your mouth tender! This curry is filled out with potatoes and onions and it has a hit of peanut, in the form of both peanut butter and a chopped roasted peanut garnish. This curry follows other Thai style curried in that it has a base of coconut milk along with a balance of spicy curry paste, sweet palm/coconut sugar, salty fish sauce ans tart tamarind and lime which is just divine! Serve a big bowl of this massaman beef curry by itself, over rice or with naan to scoop it up!

From: closetcooking


Thai chicken panang curry is a rich curry with complex flavors. You’ll need under 30 minutes to make this bright and hearty Thai Panang Curry.

From: currytrail


This sauce is so creamy and full of flavour, I find myself craving it every week. And it’s so easy to make, allowing you to have a super quick weeknight meal to hand.

From: wallflowerkitchen


I love curry, it’s one of the most satisfying meals in my opinion. This vegetable curry recipe with coconut milk served with rice, potatoes or flatbread (naan, chapati, roti) has been my favorite dinner lately and it keeps me full for a long time. I always try out different curry recipes, like this vegan chickpea curry which is one of my most popular savory recipes. It was remade by so many people and I got lots of positive feedback. This one-pot pineapple curry is very easy to make in just a few simple steps and takes less than 30 minutes when you cook it on the stove!

From: elavegan

laksa noodle soup

Laksa is a spicy coconut noodle soup that needs to be in your repertoire. Creamy. A bit spicy. Great southeast Asian flavours. It just screams delicious.

From: glebekitchen

Mushroom Curry with Spinach & Chickpeas

I know we are not technically in Autumn yet, but I’m definitely feeling a change in the air. The mornings and evenings are starting to feel a lot cooler and I like it! Autumn is my season, I love everything about it, well, maybe not the very rainy days. But everything else, the colours the weather and the food. I have already started thinking of warming, comfort foods and this mushroom curry with spinach and chickpeas is top of my list. There really is nothing like a steaming hot bowl of mushroom curry to warm the cockles.

From: thelastfoodblog


This beef vindaloo recipe is always a popular curry dish. My version is wonderfully spicy, though you can easily adjust the heat and spice to your preference.

From: chilipeppermadness


This coconut curry chicken dish caught my attention because the sauce is made of both tomato and coconut. I am a big fan tomato based sauces so I knew that this dish would taste great. After I made the dish and tasted the sweet and spicy tomato coconut curry chicken dish, I was not disappointed.

From: salu-salo


Time for MORE soup!!! You all with me?? Seattle does seem to have finally calmed down with this whole freezing winter shenanigan. Back up to a balmy 45 degrees! There was quite a noticeable difference this morning when I slogged out to my car at 6:15 in the pitch black darkness. I could breathe without feeling like Jack Frost himself had taken up residence in my lungs. However, it’s still chilly. And the flu in Seattle has reached beyond epidemic proportions SO we’re still rockin’ the soup over here. Ready for Thai Coconut Curry Shrimp Noodle Soup??

From: aberdeenskitchen

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