If you are looking for a meal that is quick and easy to make, bulks up a small amount of mince meat and is so delicious that everybody in the family, including the kids, will love it – look no further than our curry mince recipe.
As I was cooking this with the kids in mind, I left out the seeds and barks that one would normally use in a curry, such as a Durban Mutton Curry.
I especially like cooking this dish, as you can really bulk up a small amount of mince. We easily fed 4 on this.
Ps. If you want it hot, then use more curry powder, especially a red Durban Masala or Mother-in Law.
500g Lean Mince Meat (your choice of meat)
30ml Sunflower Oil
2 Small Onions or 1 Large Onion (Finely Chopped)
2 Large Tomatoes (Chopped with the skin on)
2 Teaspoons mild or medium curry powder (or hot, whatever you prefer. For this dish I used Rajah All-in-One as it has such a delicious flavour for mild/medium curries)
1 Teaspoon Paprika (For colour)
1 Teaspoon Jeera / Cumin Powder
2 Teaspoons BBQ Spice
Salt & Pepper
1 Teaspoon Coriander Seeds (Optional)
On a medium heat, dry fry your mincemeat in a cast iron pot, without oil. (use any pot, if you find that the mincemeat is sticking/burning then add a little oil.)
Mix 2 teaspoons bbq spice into the browned mince meat.
Remove the Mince Meat from the pot, or even use a new pot for the next step (whatever suits you best)
Add oil to pot on medium heat (there is no mince meat in this pot, yet)