Here on the blog, I have two Mayflower Currie recipes. Initially, I posted my Mayflower Curry Fakeaway recipe and then I posted a different version which can be made in the slow cooker, hence my Slow Cooker Mayflower Curry recipe. Both are simple and delicious but today I decided to show you how I go about making it on the reg.
So, did Mayflower Curry just become even easier to make? Oh yes, it did! Smiles all round. Have you checked out my Mayflower Curry recipe? The original recipe is here which includes the ingredients if you would like to have a look. Go on, do yourself a favour and embrace the world of mayflower curry. It really is tasty and delicious and the number of times that I have made it is now countless.
Chinese has always been a thoroughly enjoyable takeaway for me. Interestingly, I never used to order rice unless somebody else wanted it. I was more of a noodles gal. But these days, especially since I discovered how rice and potatoes benefit my digestive woes, rice has risen through the ranks.
Mayflower Curry is available in a range of stores but, annoyingly, none of those appears on the Isle of Wight. As a result, I purchase my curry powder from Amazon. The reality is that my last order consisted of 12 boxes, and yes it was an accident, but this stuff is soooooo good I am secretly very pleased about the mishap.