OK, well the weather was gloomy this weekend and as we’re still in the thick of winter and I was definitely getting my meat curry on. And what better way than a seasonal rabbit with a generous smothering of my home-made curry paste. It is versatile and makes a deliciously light sauce that clings to the rabbit and absorbs into the potatoes.

If you’re looking for a quick curry dish that’s light, aromatic and delicious and if you fancy a change from chicken or pork then this is the curry for you. You don’t even need to cook the sauce through as much, the heat from the paste warms through nicely. Substitute your favourite fried rice and naan and you have a hearty, fragrant curry perfect to warm you up.


2 tablespoons easy home-made Gujarati curry paste
800-500 grams rabbit, cut into bite-size pieces
1 tablespoon olive oil
4 baby/ new potatoes, peeled and cut into halves
250ml water
Fresh coriander to garnish


Heat the olive oil in a large, heavy-based frying pan over medium heat.

Once hot add in the curry paste and 250ml of water and simmer for 5 minutes.

Add in the rabbit and potatoes, stirring occasionally, simmer for 20-25 minutes and cover.

Once cooked, garnish with coriander and enjoy!

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