Have you ever bought curry in a grocery store and noticed how insanely high the price is? I have seen curry selling for as much as $9.99! And at that point I just avoid getting it at certain places, well most places really. For me, buying all of my groceries means visiting up to 4 different places to get everything.
One of the stores I love is this huge, out-of-the way gem that I am so happy to be acquainted with, an Asian market. The store is about a 15-minute drive for me, which is kind of far in my city, nonetheless I go and I feel so incredibly accomplished every time I leave.
The seafood department in INSANE! I’m telling you, listen to me right now; stop buying seafood anywhere else! Well actually there is a downside in that most of the seafood is farmed but you can find wild as well. The first time I was in the beloved seafood section, I literally said to the guy at the counter, “Are you sure that this is priced correctly?” Like if he told me, “Oh no! You’re right it’s the wrong price” and I would be ok with that. No! I was so enthused about the prices I felt like a kid in a candy store.
Ok so I was originally telling you about the curry. CURRY! Oh my goodness there’s every kind of curry and sauce and spice you can possibly imagine for an astonishingly low cost. I freaked out when I hit that aisle in the store. I only had a basket and I considered getting a cart had I seen one near by, instead I just started grabbing and grabbing and grabbing and before I knew it I had at least 6 bottles of sauces and 4 curries. Amazingness!
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1 lb. organic grass fed ground beef
½ red onion, chopped
¼ c. mushrooms, chopped
1 Tbs. coconut oil
1 tsp. red curry (I like a slight kick so start with a ½ tsp. and then taste and go from there)
1 egg, scrambled
4 red peppers, cut in half and seeded
Dash of sea salt
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
- Heat the coconut oil over medium high heat in a large pan and add the mushrooms and onions and cook for about 3-5 minutes until soft.
- Add the beef and let cook about half way done then add the curry and mix thoroughly into the beef
- Once the beef mixture has cooled a little bit, pour it into a large bowl and add the egg.
- Spoon the mixture evenly into each half of the bell peppers
- Bake for 20 minutes or until the pepper is cooked and serve with bread and ENJOY!
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