In these last lingering grueling days of winter, you need food that will warm you up, but you’ve likely had your fill of soups, and stews, and pastas. Here are some curry ideas, from a variety of countries, that will surely warm and comfort—and get you through the end of February .
This beef-forward curry is rich, creamy, and satisfying.
Northern Thai curry noodle soup with chicken.
Exactly what it sounds like. Don't be afraid of the head cartilage; dig around for the meat and you'll be rewarded.
Sri Lankan curries, which differ from the curries of its neighbor, India, are laced with different layers of heat from dried red chili powder, crushed flakes, and fresh finger-length green chilies.
A curry reminiscent of growing up in Singapore.
The East Asian cousin of rice and gravy.
A Louisiana take on Japanese curry.
A Durban speciality: a loaf of white bread stuffed with spicy curry. The perfect portable meal!
A South African speciality.
Passed down through generations.
When we eat “Indian” food in the United States, what we’re usually eating is Punjabi food.
A seafood curry from Kerala.