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West Indian beef curry with rice

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  • 1kg beef chuck, cubed
  • 4 large potatoes, peeled and cubed
  • 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and cubed
  • 1 KNORR Cook-In-Bag Spicy Roast Chicken
  • 5ml Robertsons Cinnamon
  • 5ml Robertsons Cumin
  • 5ml Robertsons Ginger
  • 5ml black mustard seeds
  • 250ml low fat plain yoghurt
  • 4 tomatoes, chopped
  • 1 No need to preheat oven.
  • 2 Carefully add all ingredients into the bag (max. 1.5 kg) and season with the dry Knorr mixture.Close bag at the end with blue tie supplied..
  • 3 Very gently massage Knorr mixture into the ingredients on a stable surface. Ensure dry mixture is spread evenly. Place bag sideways in a cool oven dish, ensuring ingredients are evenly spaced.
  • 4 Bake at 180°C for 50 minutes on the lowest shelf in the oven. Ensure grill is off at ALL times.
  • 5 Keep enough room for bag to expand (bag must not touch the sides of the oven).
  • 6 Remove from oven, rest in bag for 5 minutes before serving.
  • 7 Cut the bag open and transfer to a serving dish. Spoon the leftover sauce over your meal.
  • 8 Serve with steamed rice and fresh coriander.
  • 9 BETTER FOR YOU TIPS : For a lower fat meal replace the beef chuck with lean ostrich goulash and leave the skins on the potatoes and sweet potatoes to boost the overall fibre content