Cooking with the “Yello Jacket” Curry

By admin • beef, Pine Mountain Buffalo Ranch, Yello Jacket • 3 Sep 2014

YJ Potato Leek

"Yello Jacket" Curry Beef
Yello Jacket curry powder goes great with beef. This hot, earthy well textured curry warms you well with a tiny amount of Ghost Chile leaving plenty of room on the palate for roasted blend of the usual curry spices. The roasted black seeds on the potatoes below give a light crunch. They are those of the nigella plant. These highly nutritious seeds are reported to strengthen the immune system and has been used for a variety of maladies. The prophet Mohammed claimed those seeds were a cure for everything except death. All I know for sure is that they taste really good. I'll take the health benefits as a bonus.
Servings Prep Time
4People 20minutes
Servings Prep Time
4People 20minutes
"Yello Jacket" Curry Beef
Yello Jacket curry powder goes great with beef. This hot, earthy well textured curry warms you well with a tiny amount of Ghost Chile leaving plenty of room on the palate for roasted blend of the usual curry spices. The roasted black seeds on the potatoes below give a light crunch. They are those of the nigella plant. These highly nutritious seeds are reported to strengthen the immune system and has been used for a variety of maladies. The prophet Mohammed claimed those seeds were a cure for everything except death. All I know for sure is that they taste really good. I'll take the health benefits as a bonus.
Servings Prep Time
4People 20minutes
Servings Prep Time
4People 20minutes
Ingredients
Servings: People
Instructions
Night Before
  1. If you have time, rub the beef chunks with Yello Jacket the night before. This will insure the flavor really soaks in. Make sure the stew meat is cut into tiny finger tip sized chunks (...and see that your fingertips don't get lost in the pile).
  2. Potatoes should be boiled just to the point of softness. Cut these into bite sized chunks for frying. These are also best done the night before so that the potatoes have time to dry and will fry up nicely.
The frying
  1. Chop the leek into thin rounds.
  2. Heat a pan with enough oil to coat the bottom to medium high. Add leeks and potatoes and fry till crispy. Scrape them out into a heat-proof bowl.
  3. Get the coconut milk ready to pour.
  4. Add more oil and brown the beef quickly on all sides . Quickly, so the rubbed curry powder does not burn.
  5. Add coconut milk.
  6. Add back the potatoes and onions.
  7. Add tapioca to thicken.
  8. Simmer for about 15 minutes.
  9. Serve over rice.
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