Freestyle Curry

Freestyle Curry

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Melissa Scheel

Melissa Scheel

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"Sounds like a lot of work and ingredients but it’s totally worth it! You can eat this any day & it’s super fresh, stuffing & vegan 🌱 The combination of fresh herbs with vegetables and the coconut milk create an amazing taste altogether, making this Curry one of my favorites."

Difficulty

Medium 👍
35
min.
Preparation
0
min.
Baking
0
min.
Resting

Ingredients

Servings2
160 ml
coconut milk
1⅝ tsp
red curry paste
carrots
2
boiled potatoes
¼
lime (juice)
onion
¾ cloves
garlic
80 g
soy sprouts
red bell pepper
tsp
curry powder
tsp
ground coriander
tsp
chili powder
tsp
fresh red chili
2 leaves
fresh Koriander optional
60 g
rice
80 g
sugar peas
tsp
Kurkuma powder
salt, pepper

Utensils

sieve, knife, cutting board , Pan, some oil, wooden spoon , sieve, pot , Knife, cutting board, sieve, bowl

  • Step 1/6

    • carrots
    • 2 boiled potatoes
    • red bell pepper
    • sieve, knife, cutting board

    Wash and cut veggies except sprouts and peas

  • Step 2/6

    • 160 ml coconut milk
    • onion
    • ¾ cloves garlic
    • tsp fresh red chili
    • 1⅝ tsp red curry paste
    • Pan, some oil, wooden spoon

    Fry onion and garlic until glazed, add fresh chili, add curry paste & mix, then add coconut milk

  • Step 3/6

    • 60 g rice
    • sieve, pot

    Rinse rice and cook according to preference

  • Step 4/6

    • 80 g soy sprouts
    • 80 g sugar peas
    • salt, pepper
    • tsp curry powder
    • tsp chili powder
    • tsp ground coriander
    • tsp Kurkuma powder

    Once coconut milk “sauce” is cooking, add spices, salt and pepper & mix. Then add all the veggies, stir and let simmer, add sprouts and sugar peas last since they don’t need to cook as much

  • Step 5/6

    Let simmer on medium heat until veggies are soft enough and everything looks like a nice almost creamy sauce

  • Step 6/6

    • ¼ lime (juice)
    • 2 leaves fresh Koriander optional
    • Knife, cutting board, sieve, bowl

    Drain rice once it’s cooked, add lime juice and fresh cut Koriander

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