Spicy Massaman Curry with Grass-Fed Beef, Potatoes & Peanuts
This rich, warming curry is a popular dish from Thailand, although it’s made with spices not typically found in other Thai curries, and the word “massaman” isn’t even native to the Thai language. In fact, the origins of this dish are widely contested, and it appears to have been influenced more by a web of spice trade routes and migration than any one particular region. Nevertheless, this curry has all your flavor bases covered: rich coconut milk, salty fish sauce, sweet honey (used in place of the traditional tamarind) and tangy fresh-squeezed lime juice. Massaman curry is typically milder than other Thai curries, but beware that it still has a bite if you’re sensitive to heat!