Japanese Curry Recipe カレ-ライス - mild and a little sweet, this is a delicious kid-friendly beef stew!

Japanese Curry

Japanese Curry Recipe カレ-ライス - mild and a little sweet, this is a delicious kid-friendly beef stew!

Katsu curry is just a variation of Japanese curry with a chicken cutlet on top. I have used a store-bought block of Japanese curry roux which is commonly used in Japanese households. Chicken cutlet brings the Japanese curry up to the next level. It’s so yummy and filling.

Katsu Curry (Japanese Curry Rice with Chicken Cutlet)

Katsu curry is just a variation of Japanese curry with a chicken cutlet on top. I have used a store-bought block of Japanese curry roux which is commonly used in Japanese households. Chicken cutlet brings the Japanese curry up to the next level. It’s so yummy and filling.

Japanese Crockpot Curry--i like to add a fried egg over this when all done! I also use diced firm tofu into slow cooker toward end of cooking if doing a vegetarian option.

Japanese Crockpot Curry--i like to add a fried egg over this when all done! I also use diced firm tofu into slow cooker toward end of cooking if doing a vegetarian option.

Homemade Japanese Curry Roux (butter, AP flour, curry powder, garam masala, paprika, Worcestershire, tomato sauce)

Homemade Japanese Curry Roux (butter, AP flour, curry powder, garam masala, paprika, Worcestershire, tomato sauce)

Japanese Beef Curry Rice

Japanese Beef Curry Rice

Pressure cooker Japanese Beef Curry Rice. Apparently it takes only 20 minutes (that is if you have ready- made curry roux...)

Vegan Japanese curry is a thick, stew-like dish with chunky vegetables and slightly sweet undertones. It’s incredibly easy to make and immensely satisfying, especially on a chilly autumn or winter evening. Making Japanese curry from scratch is not complicated at all and allows you full control over the spiciness and flavour profile of your finished dish.

Vegan Japanese Curry

Vegan Japanese curry is a thick, stew-like dish with chunky vegetables and slightly sweet undertones. It’s incredibly easy to make and immensely satisfying, especially on a chilly autumn or winter evening. Making Japanese curry from scratch is not complicated at all and allows you full control over the spiciness and flavour profile of your finished dish.

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