JAMAICAN CURRY BEEF RIBS WITH PAPAYA & MANGO
In most tropical countries fruit is served at room temperature for this recipe it has to be well chilled before serving it over the hot spicy curried beef. The ribs that you choose must be very lean, well marbled. If they are large I recommend simmering them in water (bone in) for aprx 45 minutes to tenderize them, then remove the bones and continue with the recipe.. Save broth for another recipe. I have used small lean short ribs and removed the bone without simmering. They were very tender.
Provided by Bergy
Yield 4 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 14
- Rub the lime juice into the beef cubes.
- Place the limed beef and curry paste in a large bowl or zip lock bag, mix well to coat the beef with the curry and let it rest 1 hour or longer.
- Mix the mango & Papaya together, cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
- Heat oil in a large skillet medium heat, brown the curried beef . stir as you are browning the beef, Be careful not to burn.
- Add onions, cook until the onions are translucent and starting to brown, add garlic and Jalapenos.
- Continue to cook 5 minutes, stir at least once.
- Pour in the tomatoes, cover with a lid and simmer 45 minutes.
- Just a few minutes before serving add the cooked sweet potatoes, mix well, heat through.
- Meanwhile cook your rice using your favorite method stir in the sugar or sugar substitute while cooking, mix well ( If you are boiling the rice in water add sugar to the water while cooking).
- Serve the curried beef over the rice topped with the Papaya/Mango mixture.
- Sprinkle Coconut on top if you wish
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1387.1, Fat 89.9, SaturatedFat 36.8, Cholesterol 172.4, Sodium 460.9, Carbohydrate 102.7, Fiber 7.4, Sugar 23.2, Protein 41
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