Slow cooker beef keema curry – it tastes SO authentic!

I absolutely love using my slow cooker. It is great for making a wide range of meals, and if you’re a fan of a curry then you’ll LOVE this slow cooker beef keema curry recipe. It’s super simple, and you can use beef or lamb and keep the rest of the ingredients the same.

At least once a week I bring out my *multi-cooker a cook up a delicious feast for my family. We love curries especially as the flavours really develop when cooking for hours.

My husband is a real fan of keema curry so I decided to make a slow cooker beef keema as a nice treat for him. If you want to get right down to cooking then skip to the end to find the recipe card. If you’re looking for some inspiration for other slow cooker recipes then be sure to check out my Easy slow cooker recipes (UK recipes).

Slow cooker beef keema the finished dish
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The Meal Planning Linky Week #131 Meal Plan

Morning, Happy Friday! Going to be a bit of a strange weekend for a lot of us I’m sure with people starting to visit family/go outside more etc. I’m looking forward to a nice lazy day on Sunday, at home, and perhaps a nice family walk too!

Last week I mentioned that I was going back to meal planning more myself, however, I then decided last minute to get a Mindful Chef box, so the meals we were going to eat last week we’re now going to have this week! So sorry if this post is a little bit repetitive!

I managed to get a click & collect Tesco shop for next week, after visiting the store Monday, and I’m super grateful for that! I have avoided taking delivery slots, as I know there were people much more in need, but apparently slots are more freely available now, so in a few more weeks I may go back to getting our usual weekly delivery.

Katykickers weekly meal planning linky
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Pizza dough in the breadmaker – cheap and fun!

My husband and I love a nice takeaway. It is a bit of a weakness really! We have resolved to have fewer takeaways this year. So far we have cut the amount considerably. This is great for money saving and it is great for our waistline too. We have managed to save money on takeaways that we do buy.

I love making homemade pizzas. They are SO cheap, compared to takeaways. Also, they are easy and best of all they are a bit fun too! I’m sharing with you today my recipe to make pizza dough in the breadmaker, and tips on how to make a cheese stuffed crust pizza too.

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