Christmas is about spending time with family and sharing the love all around. For many of us, sharing that love means sitting together at the dinner table and partaking of a special holiday feast. For sure, a lot of you even have a cherished Christmas recipe or two that’s been handed down and whipped out only for the holidays.
And speaking of Christmas recipes, VisitDFW has invited Chef Nikky Phinyawatana to share one for their readers. The recipe that Chef Nikky shared, a simple Penang beef curry, is a favorite among the Asian Mint family.
Chef Nikky’s Christmas Recipe Is a Heart-Warmer
The simple Penang beef curry that Chef Nikky shared with VisitDFW is, as she had described it, a “warm-my-heart” dish. It’s hard not to fall in love with it. This beef curry is made with flank steak, Penang curry, coconut milk, carrots, broccoli, and a variety of Asian spices. The rich tenderness of the stewed beef combined with the sweet creaminess of coconut milk and the punch from the spices makes this dish wonderful.
According to Chef Nikky, her simple Penang beef curry is inspired by the traditional beef stew that her mother used to make for them. Adding coconut milk, curry, and spices gives the stew an Asian twist. It gives traditional beef stew a new facet to its character.
This simple Penang beef curry is sure to be a star on your holiday dinner table. The best thing about it is it’s not hard to make at all. Serve this beef curry with rice and steamed vegetables, and you have an easy holiday feast.
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We’re sending a big thank you to VisitDFW for featuring Chef Nikky’s Christmas recipe. Chef Nikky’s recipe is in good company too. The article also shared a gorgeous holiday ham dinner recipe from Chef Suki Otsuki of Mudhen Meat and Greens, as well as a comforting chicken parmigiana recipe from Chef Kenny Bowers of Kenny’s Italian Restaurant.
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If you want to something traditional but with a fun and easy twist for your holiday dinner, try Chef Nikky Phinyawatana’s simple Penang beef curry Christmas recipe. Or, if you need more ideas and inspiration for an Asian fusion holiday dinner, come visit us at Asian Mint.
See you soon!