Recipe for oldfashioned sweet curry

diachris, Feb 19, 9:18am
It has some sort of steak in it, aswell as sultanas & quite a few different spices. Tried some awhile ago, & it would love to make some, it was a taste of the 70's but possibly came from an earlier time. Thanks in advance.

bcnd, Feb 19, 9:30am
Here is one from my grandmas plunket cook book. Not sure what year it is sorry. But it cost her 5/- . Maybe 60's or earlier... ... ... ... . . 2pound blade or topside steak cut finely. 4 onions, 2 large apples, 3/4c sultanas, 1 teaspoon sugar, Flour, 2 Tablespoons Curry powder, 1 tin pineapple, 1/2c grated carrot, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 bananas. Melt butter, fry onions & brown. Add steak well tossed in flour & curry powder. Fry 10mins til brown. Add remaining ingredients & simmer gently for 1 1/2 hrs. Keep turning with a fork

diachris, Feb 19, 11:09pm
Thanks for that, but I'm sure the one I'm after doesn't have pineapple & definatly not with banana. I also think it has a variety of spices. So if anyone has any ideas, Id appreciate it. Thanks.

jessie981, Feb 19, 11:19pm
Aunt Daisy recipe for sauce

Melt 2oz butter in a pan, add finely chopped onions, 1TBSP curry powder, pinch powdered cloves & pinch cinnamon. Fry, stirring constantly till brown. Add 1tsp salt, add to meat & simmer gently till cooked. (I'd just mix & put into a casserole dish) I think sweet curries always have sultanas & plum jam.

darlingmole, Aug 22, 10:19pm
My great grandmother would fry onion and curry powder in some lard, add minced meat then peas, sultanta's and tomato relish (home-made of course) and water. Bring to boil, add salt'n'pepper and thicken with a roux (flour water combo). Very plain by todays comparison but utterly delish!

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