Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we want to warm and spice you up with some creamy, rich and delicious curry recipes!

40 Curry Recipes | Food Bloggers of Canada

Aromatic cumin and coriander, colourful turmeric, spicy chili, maybe your own curry leaves! Those are just the basics of any curry recipe  - a delicious explosion both for the mouth and for the eyes. When other ingredients like garlic, ginger, fenugreek, and cinnamon are added, then having a curry dish becomes a unique experience!

The combination of spices that makes up a kari or sauce varies from one part of India to the next and even from one family to another. It also varies, of course, from one country to the next, as curries have made their way and settled in places like Thailand, Japan, and even England!

Whether you like it ultra-hot or mild; whether you take it with vegetables, lentils, chicken or lamb; or whether you add coconut milk à la Kerala or you fry a masala à la Punjab, one thing is certain: a warm curry dish is always comforting.

Looking to spice up your curry game? Or maybe you just want to learn how to make the simplest one? Whatever the case, you oughta check the gallery below.

(Pst, pst... there are some Instant Pot curry recipes included too).

Curry Recipes

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Creamy Coconut Red Thai Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    A warm and comforting [Creamy Coconut Red Thai Curry](https://pupswithchopsticks.com/red-thai-curry/) that’s easy, versatile and quick to put together with many layers of flavours from the shrimp paste, coconut cream, kaffir lime leaves and condensed milk. From **Pups With Chopsticks**.

  • Vegan Tikka Masala Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Eggplant, red kidney beans, and zucchini doused in a luscious [Vegan Tikka Masala Curry](https://veganlovlie.com/vegan-tikka-masala-curry-sauce/) sauce. This is an amazingly creamy, rich and flavoursome dish. From** Vegan Lovlie**.

  • Instant Pot Curry Chicken

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Even though it is not 100% traditional, this [Instant Pot Curry Chicken](https://www.baconismagic.ca/india/instant-pot-curry-chicken/) recipe is inspired by Northern India and it, in fact, uses dairy instead of coconut milk. Just creamy deliciousness! From **Bacon is Magic.**

  • Indian Venison Curry Vindaloo

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Indian Venison Curry Vindaloo](https://cinnamonandcoriander.com/en/venison-curry-vindaloo/) is loaded with flavour from a homemade vindaloo spice mix and served over fluffy basmati rice. The perfect Indian comfort food recipe for the cold season. From **Cinnamon and Coriander**.

  • Tawa Camembert Curry Dip

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Say goodbye to ho-hum party appetizers and serve this fresh and ooey-gooey Northern-India inspired [Tawa Camembert Curry Dip](https://peppersandpennies.com/camembert-curry/). This fun cheese dish boasts unique flavours and comes together in less than 15 minutes. From **Peppers and Pennies**.

  • One Pan Lentil Daal Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Easy One Pan Lentil Daal Curry](https://thebusybaker.ca/easy-one-pan-lentil-daal-curry/) is the perfect easy and healthy weeknight meal that can be made vegetarian, vegan and dairy-free! Skip the Indian Restaurant and make this delicious meal at home in minutes! From **The Busy Baker**.

  • Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This delicious recipe for [Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry](https://leelalicious.com/cauliflower-curry-with-ground-beef/) makes an easy and delicious comfort food meal. Saucy, hearty with a unique mix of aromatic spices (that aren’t hot) this is a beloved dinner recipe for the entire family. From **Leelalicious**.

  • Prawn and Broccoli Coconut Red Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Prawns and Broccoli in a [Coconut Red Curry](https://www.mykitchenlove.com/prawn-and-broccoli-coconut-red-curry/) sauce with ramen noodles is perfect for family meals, it comes together in about 15 minutes and is flavourful without being spicy. From **My Kitchen Love**.

  • Honey Curried Chicken

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Honey Curried Chicken](https://www.simplystacie.net/2018/09/honey-curried-chicken/) is an easy recipe that uses only a few simple ingredients such as honey, butter, mustard and, of course, curry powder. Perfect for weeknights when you need to get dinner on the table quickly! From **Simply Stacie**.

  • Tomato-Coconut Curry Steamed Haddock

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    [Tomato-Coconut Curry Steamed Haddock](https://www.sugarlovespices.com/tomato-coconut-curry-steamed-haddock/) is a great recipe that keeps the meaty, flaky texture and flavor of the haddock and brings it to a whole new level with the base steaming sauce of red curry, coconut and beautiful ripe tomatoes. From** Sugar Love Spices**.

RELATED:  Weekend Links: Warm Up With 10 Curry Recipes


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