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For those that like it hot, these curry recipes bring the fire! So instead of ordering take-out, be in control of the heat and make your own spicy curry paste with our incredibly hot vindaloo recipes, or see how to make a fiery Indian fish or chicken curry from scratch, and lots more in this hand-picked collection of spicy curry recipes.
Spicy Dry Fried Curry Chicken
Chicken pieces are seasoned with turmeric, coriander and chili powder, then fried with mustard seeds, fenugreek, cumin seeds, garlic, ginger, and curry leaves. The chicken is cooked until almost dry, then coated in coconut milk for an amazing authentic spicy Indian meal.
Thai Beef Curry
Strips of steak and bell peppers are quickly cooked in a spicy Thai red curry paste, with coconut milk, peanut sauce, and lots of spices. Use 2 tablespoons peanut butter instead of peanut sauce, if desired. Serve on top of hot rice and top with chopped peanuts.
Indian Fish Curry
For an authentic and very spicy Indian fish curry, look no further! See how to make the marinade, coat the fish fillets, and make a spicy curry paste from scratch with ginger, garlic, onion, and cashews. Cayenne, turmeric, cumin, and coriander add even more layers of flavor and spice to this restaurant-quality fish curry.
Goan Pork Vindaloo
Treat your taste buds to this spicy Goan pork curry that uses dried Kashmiri chile peppers and green chile peppers for fantastic flavor and heat. “Highly recommended,” says home cook foggytown.”I added a couple of jalapeños to make it spicier. Family raved for days about this dish!”
Chuck and Heather’s Panang Curry
An incredibly flavorful beef panang curry that’s sure to please spice lovers. Vietnamese hot chile paste (such as sambal oelek), green curry paste, and coconut milk provide a slow heat in this curry that will make you sweat!
Pakistani Chicken Karahi
Chicken pieces are simmered in a spicy sauce made with red chile powder, turmeric, cumin, ginger-garlic paste, green chile peppers, and tomatoes. Recipe creator creative cookie explains: “This dish gets its name from a karahi, a flat open pot used a lot in Pakistani and Indian cooking.”
Red Lentil Curry
Spice lovers will relish in the long list of spices in this rich and hearty vegetarian lentil curry that’s super quick to make. In fact, this curry is ready in less than an hour! “The flavors are the perfect blend of savory, spicy, and aromatic,” says home cook mommajana.
Kerala Chicken Curry
Chunks of chicken are slow cooked in a spicy tomato-based sauce that’s seasoned with an abundance of spices. As recipe contributor Anne-Marie explains: “This is a fantastic main dish for a South Indian meal, which should always be served with several dishes, such as curried green beans with coconut and moru curry (yogurt curry).”
Sweet and Spicy Curry with Chickpeas
This one pot ground turkey, garbanzo bean, and tomato curry gets a kick from curry powder and sweet chili sauce. For even more heat, each guest can season their curry with crushed red pepper flakes to taste. Home cook Jan awarded this recipe 5 stars: “I like that the dish was quick to make, healthy, inexpensive, and tasted great!”
Spicy Indian Chicken and Mango Curry
An incredibly easy, spicy chicken and coconut curry that’s naturally sweetened with mango. “This was the best curry ever!” says reviewer ottieee. “Creamy but spicy. Somewhere between korma and tikka masala!”
Spicy Banana Curry
An array of spices pair beautifully with creamy coconut milk and sweet bananas in this spicy vegetarian curry. As recipe creator kidcharlemagne explains: “The amounts of the different spices in the powder mixture are meant to be guidelines — have fun experimenting with your own intuitive combinations!”
This is a spicy Pakistani version of chicken jalfrezi that has been passed down the generations. “This was the first attempt at jalfrezi that actually turned out well,” says reviewer Kera Katera. “It tasted authentic and incredibly delicious!!” Best served with basmati rice, chapattis, or naan bread.
Jackfruit Curry (Kathal Subzi)
Packed with meaty jackfruit, tomatoes, spicy green chile peppers, and spices, this Indian vegan curry is sure to please all spice lovers! “Excellent recipe!” says reviewer Ericha Kemm. “The spice combo for this sauce is outstanding. I added coconut milk for added richness. This has become my go-to curry recipe!”
Jonagold’s Chicken Vindaloo
This homemade chicken vindaloo curry will certainly spice up dinner time! Chicken thighs are marinated in vinegar with a wonderful array of spices including coriander, cumin, garam masala, turmeric, cayenne, ginger, and garlic. “Soooo good!” says reviewer Kariin. “The first time I’ve had an Indian curry turn out like something I’d get in a restaurant!”
Spicy Pork Curry
This popular 5 star curry recipe features thin slices of pork tenderloin in a spicy peanut and coconut sauce. “My whole family loved this!” says home cook mornstar6. “Doubled the recipe for my large family. Used fresh onion and garlic and sautéed with the coconut oil before adding the curry powder.”
Black Pepper Goat Curry
Generous amounts of black peppercorns are commonly used in Southern Indian cuisine. In this recipe, pepper is paired with curry leaves, cayenne, turmeric, tomatoes, and goat meat to take curry to a whole new level of spice!
Indian Chicken Curry (Murgh Kari)
Lots of Indian spices, garlic, and ginger add an incredible depth of flavor to this spicy 5 star chicken curry. “Delicious!” says home cook Linda. ” I followed the recipe exactly and my family raves about it. It was hot!”
Mushroom Curry with Galangal
This authentic Thai curry sauce is made with Thai chile peppers, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, and lime juice. This vegetarian version features mushrooms but pork tenderloin or chicken can be added if you prefer.
Authentic Bangladeshi Beef Curry
“This was terrific!” says home cook Frances C. “I used about half a jalapeño instead of the Thai chiles; the dish has a really nice mix of warm heat from the cayenne and a more biting heat from the fresh chile. Next time I’d serve it with some sort of cooling raita!”
Okra is cooked in coconut milk with jalapeno peppers, ginger, garlic and an abundance of spices to make this piquant vegan curry that will even please non-vegans. “I fell in love with okra in India,” says home cook H.D. “For years I’ve been trying to find a recipe that tastes authentic — this is it!”
Prawns are coated in turmeric, then fried with green chile peppers, ginger-garlic paste, pureed tomato, Kashmiri red chili powder, and garam masala for a truly tasty, spicy seafood curry. “This was excellent and very easy to make,” says home cook Kym. “It was much spicier than I expected but we like it that way!
Easy Chicken Curry in a Hurry
You probably already have all the spices for this curry in your kitchen cupboards! A combination of cumin, curry powder, chili powder, and paprika add a kick to tomatoes, chicken and coconut milk in this super easy curry. “WOW!” says reviewer AndreaHendel. “So spicy and wonderful!”
An easy and delicious Indian squash curry that’s spiced up with no less than 4 red chile peppers, ginger, garlic, and ground red pepper. By cooking the split peas in a pressure cooker, they are tender in just 30 minutes.
Green Curry Thai for Kings
“I’d serve this to a king,” says recipe creator PainterCook about his version of Thai green chicken curry. “It’s full of flavor, and it will warm you from the inside out. Watch out! This can be spicy. You’ll be patting yourself on the back after this one. So will everyone else!”
Boneless beef chuck is marinated in white vinegar and garlic paste, then slow cooked with a blend of spices, onions, and tomatoes. “A great recipe that is flavorful, spicy, and pretty straightforward!” says reviewer Don Summers. “This recipe is also very easy to adapt to personal tastes for levels of heat and overall spice.”
An aromatic egg curry flavored with fresh ginger, garlic, and toasted Indian spices for a quick dinner when there’s no meat or fish in the fridge. “I made this and it was divine!” says home cook Brianna. “This is about to become one of my regular weekly staples!”
Spicy Chicken Curry
This homemade spicy chicken curry will rival any jarred curry sauces out there. “This is an excellent, easy to make chicken curry with great flavor, and better yet, it doesn’t require the laundry list of ingredients that some other recipes do,” says home cook sms_2010.
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Indian Mustard Fish
This Bengali mustard fish curry uses mustard seeds, green chile peppers, chili powder and turmeric to season salmon fillets for a rich and flavorful, spicy seafood dinner that’s easy enough to make any night of the week.
Cubes of salmon are pan-fried with onions, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, cumin, garam masala, and turmeric for a fantastic, flavorful salmon curry that the whole family will love. Serve hot with rice or roti, topped with cilantro if you like.
Garam Masala Seared Salmon with Coconut-Curry Butter
A rich, creamy coconut sauce, seasoned with curry powder, is simply divine served on top of pan-seared salmon fillets coated with garam masala. Serve with rice and garnish with freshly chopped cilantro for a sophisticated curry-style meal when you have company.
Seared Salmon with Indian-Inspired Cream Sauce
Salmon fillets are served in a saffron-curry sauce in this restaurant-quality dish. “Woah this was good,” says home cook Caroline C. “I used some pretty spicy madras curry powder and some dried curry leaves. Turned out rich and flavorful!”
Curry Salmon with Mango
This thirty-minute dinner combines baked salmon with a super-simple curry sauce made with avocado or olive oil and curry powder, kicked up with diced mango, red onion, serrano pepper, cilantro, and lime juice. “Fantastic flavor!” says France C. She recommends mixing the mango, onion, serrano pepper, cilantro, and lime juice together in a bowl to marinate as the salmon cooks.
Pan-Fried Salmon in Curry Cream Sauce
A quick and easy salmon curry recipe that’s simply spiced with curry powder and enriched with heavy whipping cream and ground ginger. “Loved this recipe! The sauce was awesome,” raves Betmid. “Very easy and charged with flavor. I grilled the salmon separately and then combined the two.”