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Turkey Curry Stir Fry – RECIPE

turkey curry stir fry

Turkey Curry Stir-Fry sounds a bit random for but complete curry lovers in our house, it is one of our favourite dishes. It’s a healthy option, can be made without meat, if you prefer and really tasty!

We do have some random varieties of curry in our house and we also love a good Thai curry. Sadly the girls are not fans and it means we have to sneak them when they have already eaten at nursery or school!

I found the recipe for this turkey curry stir fry one a bit bizarre when my hubby was telling me what he does to prepare it and what he adds. Genuinely! But it usually turns out really tasty and it’s a great way to get plenty of vegetables and lean protein into your diet.

Turkey Curry – Stir Fry Ingredients

Serves 2

1 tbsp of vegetable oil

1tsp of sesame oil

300g of turkey breast (you can buy this pre-sliced and ready to go)

1 clove of crushed garlic

Stir fry pack which includes and mange tout and baby corn

Half a pepper

Half an onion

Handful of frozen peas

1 tsp of curry powder

1 tsp of onion gravy powder

1/2 a tsp of chicken gravy powder

1 tsp of cornflour

Noodles (we use the Straight to Wok ones by Amoy but you could have other varieties if you wanted) – 2 packs

Soy Sauce to taste


– Put the curry powder and the corn flour in a mug and add a small drop of water and keeping until you get a thick paste.

– Add a little more water (25ml) so the paste is slightly more watery.

– Add 1/2 a tbsp of vegetable oil to a wok and heat. Add onions and stir fry for a few minutes.

– Add the pepper and stir fry for a minute longer.

– Add to corn and mange tout and keep stir frying for a couple of minutes.

– Take the vegetables out of the wok and place in a bowl.

– Add more oil to the pan and stir fry the turkey until sealed on the outside.

– Make a space in the middle of the pan and add the crushed garlic and pour a little oil in. Shallow fry the garlic in that small space for a couple of minutes, until going brown.

– Mix in the garlic and the bowl of vegetables with the turkey. Add a little sesame oil to taste and add 100ml of water and pour in the curry powder and corn flour mixture.

– Add the onion and chicken gravy granules, stir and bring to the boil until sauce thickens. You can add more water if you want to thin the curry sauce.

– Ensure turkey is cooked through.

– Add your straight to wok noodles to the stir fry or stir fry separately if you prefer to not be mixed. Boil your egg noodles if you have chosen these.

– Serve! Add a little soy sauce if you prefer a saltier taste! My hubby always does this.

I told you it sounds a little out there but it looks and tastes good!

If you have a go, let me know your thoughts in the comments.

turkey curry stir fry





    September 22, 2019 / 7:09 pm

    Looks delicious! Hve never thought of adding stock – it must give it a lovely rich flavour!

  2. September 24, 2019 / 10:36 am

    Ohh yum! We love curries here and this one looks a super quick one to make x

  3. Paul Wilson
    November 3, 2019 / 2:37 pm

    Looks delicious.