As the weather cools there's nothing quite like settling in for the night with a hearty curry that's been bubbling away on the stove or in the slow cooker for hours. Whether you like it hot, mild, packed with tender meat or solely vegetable-based, we've gathered 10 of the best curry recipes direct from the pages of The Australian Women's Weekly. Just close your eyes and be tantalised by the exotic aromas and flavours from India and Asia ...
1. Vegetarian Thai yellow curry: Spice things up in the kitchen with this quick and easy dish. It can be whipped up in less than 40 minutes so is perfect for those weeknights when you're just want to get something on the table.
2. Sri Lankan potato and pea curry: Packed full of flavour, spice and fresh ingredients, this tasty curry will impress even the fussiest of eaters.
3. Slow-cooker pork and lemon grass curry: Hearty, warming and packed full of flavour, this dish is the easiest way to make an authentic Asian-style curry at home. Simply pop all the ingredients in the slow-cooker, and let the magic happen.
4. Easy prawn curry: The great thing about prawns is they don't take long to cook so you can have this one-pot winner on the table in less than 30 minutes. Dig in.
5. Coconut curried beef: If you love Thai food then you can't go past this recipe which makes use of your slow cooker to create a tender, full-of-flavour curry. Featuring ginger, coconut and lime, this one's the perfect winter warmer.
6. Pea and potato curry: Packed full of flavour, spice and fresh ingredients, this dish will warm your soul on those nippy winter nights.
7. Peppered pork curry: Packed with bold flavour including garlic, ginger and spices, this aromatic Asian-inspired dish is the ultimate in comfort food.
9. Peri peri coconut chicken curry: Take your taste buds around the world with this spicy and succulent. Tastier than take out and easier too - just pop your fresh ingredients into the slow cooker for about 8 hours, then dig in.
10. Red tofu curry: This delicious vegetarian curry is packed full of flavour, but can be whipped up in under 20 minutes, making it the ultimate weeknight dinner.