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Anything exciting I can do with leftover curry paste?

(13 Posts)
Fluffycloudland77 Sat 01-Mar-14 12:14:36

That's not an actual curry?.

senua Sat 01-Mar-14 12:17:49

kedgeree. Does that count as exciting?

Germgirl Sat 01-Mar-14 12:18:14

Mix a bit with mayo & use it with cooked chicken to make a sandwich.

Redpriestandmozart Sat 01-Mar-14 12:53:59

with a tin of coconut milk to make a soup?

TheJumped Sat 01-Mar-14 12:56:04

I'd use yoghurt rather than mayo but yes to mix with chicken, raisins too, for a salad or sandwich filling.

JonSnowKnowsNothing Sat 01-Mar-14 12:56:18

mix it with plain yoghurt, marinade some diced chicken or turkey and make skewers to grill. Amazing.

mousmous Sat 01-Mar-14 12:57:55

soup?

TheJumped Sat 01-Mar-14 13:04:24

Or simmer a handful of red lentils with a spoon of the paste and little chopped onion til cooked and mushy, serve on toast with grilled cheese on top! Mmm

spilttheteaagain Sat 01-Mar-14 22:12:00

Very nice added to sweet potato soup. esp if coconut can also be added.

I would also second the add to mayo and cooked diced meat and mix up for a sarnie filling.

Also second/third the mix with yogurt to marrinade raw meat (ie chunks of chicken breast) and then grill. This is then really nice either hot or cold.

mrspremise Sun 02-Mar-14 15:32:06

you could freeze it for another time?

IpanemaMeisje Wed 05-Mar-14 14:03:57

Spread the paste over some chunky fish fillets, cover with foil and bake.

maggiemight Wed 05-Mar-14 17:56:56

You can add it to parsnip soup instead of curry powder (think it's only a teaspoonful of powder usually though).

BlueChampagne Thu 06-Mar-14 13:19:48

Make fancy cheese on toast by putting it on the toast, under the cheese. DH does this with chilli pickle - makes sure the DCs don't take his!

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