One of my favorite things to eat 🙂
Fall’s Favorite Curry
- 1 cup milk of choice
- Imagine No-Chicken broth
- 1/4 cup tomato paste
- 2 tbsp good curry powder (make sure to use one you know that you like; once I bought a different brand, because they were out of my favorite, and it was horrible! I really like Kroger brand or SmartSpice)
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- 1/2 tsp salt, or to taste
- 1 1/2 cups roasted sweet potato or butternut squash, mashed
- 1 large onion, diced
- 2-4 bell peppers, diced
- 1 bag broccoli florets (about 340-425 grams)
- 1 bag green beans, about 8 oz
- optional beans, for protein
Combine milk, tomato paste, curry powder, garlic, and salt in a small saucepan until well-mixed. (If you like a really saucy curry, you can double the sauce.) Meanwhile, steam the broccoli and the green beans until tender.
In a different pan from the one with the sauce, sauté the bell pepper and onion in oil or oil spray. Now add the sauce, broccoli, and green beans. Stir in the squash or sweet potato. Feel free to add beans for a protein boost. Finally, add 1/2 cup to 2/3 cup Imagine No-Chicken stock and mix it all up. It’s especially good cold… but my predilection for a cool curry might change once the winter weather hits.
What can you do when you’re sick of curry but still have some left? Throw it in the Vita-mix!I added spinach and more broth to make a Sweet Curry Soup.
Random Thought for the day:
Before I end this post, I want to leave you with a Barack Obama quote I heard on CNN last night: “Our preference is to get a shelter dog because obviously, a lot of the shelter dogs are mutts like me.”
I hugged the tv screen. No, seriously, I did. How great would it be for raising dog-adoption awareness if the president of the United States rescued a dog?! Here’s hoping…
mad about udon says
Thanks for the recipe! I’d bookmarked the “curry” section of my recipe box just for this one!
Oh my gosh, this looks so delicious! I have to make this!
I love the halloween costume =)
1) Curry looks great. 2) You are too cute, butterfly! 3) How cool is this new president???!!
What a great idea to make it into soup!
i’m definitely warming up to obama. not that i liked mccain 😛 but i’m excited to see what the next four years hold!
I’m loving your curry with the extra big bag of broccoli. It looks fabulous in all forms.
Thanks for the yummy recipe! Super cute picture of you, as always!
Erin of Care to Eat says
That looks great and sounds pretty easy too – we are curry ppl here! Thanks for the recipe Katie!
that looks amazing!!
all of the eats look wonderful as usual and you just reminded me to ask for a vitamix for xmas 😀
the halloween costume is so cute!
have a great night!
Mmm yummy looking curry- so colourful! I have never tried curry with toast, I think I must give it a try!
I love curry and I can understand that this is one of your favourites. Thank you for the recipe.
Ruby Red Vegan says
You sure do love your blender, CCV! You are so funny! (x2 because you hugged your tv screen…yay for rescuing doggies!)
Seriously, thanks a lot for posting this recipe. The last time I tried to make a curry it was completely hopeless.
I love curry and have been thinking of making it too. YOu are one cute purple monster. :o) Barley, how I want some. Everytime I read your blog I remember how bad I want it and they loose my way and forget to make it. lol
haha, i love that he called himself a mutt. i think i have a crush on him- is that weird?
.. <3 I'm starting to love your blog lol. I've been so busy at work lately 🙁 , I hate working till 3 AM or later but I love it lol. I'm going to really have to try this, I've been into indian lately.
Wanna know what I made today? , Well I'm gonna tell you anyways :). Stuffed acorn squash , with a stuffinf made of button mushrooms, eggplant + bread + tofu Yum..
I want to start a DFW vegan forum type thing. Wanna help? , I know there is meetup but if there was a dedicated forum/site it would be way better.
Oh and I can't wait to meet you and the others ~ Misha <-Russian for Michael , It's my actual name and what most people call me.
Saw your comment on my blog (sorry I’m so late getting back to you!). RE: the bowl, I think I got it at a dollar store, believe it or not! I tend to pick up anything cute whenever I’m there and save it for the blog. I got 3 bowls that day, in 3 different colors. I’m sure you’ll see the others make their appearance in due time. . .! 😉
notttt going to lie, i’m probably going to make this curry in the very near future..i feel like all i’ve been making is desserts but your curry sounds like just the thing to stear me away! haha so thanks! 🙂
oh and your costume is absolutely adorable haha
Thank you for the recipe!!!! I’ve been waiting for it 🙂 Yum!
The image of you hugging the TV is just too cute! I was also really happy to hear him say that. 🙂
Lily Girl says
I love love love curry in pretty much any form! But I usually go nuts and add 2-3 tablespoons of mild (not spicy hot) curry powder. Mmmm I need to make some soon!
And behold the transformational power of a high-powered blender. Seriously, I have no idea how I existed before my BlendTec! :o)
Your curry looks and sounds soooooo delicious! I would definitely want to eat it warm.
Aww! What a cute picture of you:D
haha nice, I’m sure the television loved receivinga hug – I’m pretty sure that it had never had one before. haha
I’m going to have to try this. Is it spicy???
I had a delicious pumpkin curry last night and now I’m going to have to scour the Internet for a decent recipe.
Thanks for sharing the recipe and the variations!
I love your curry recipe! Aren’t curries so very heart warming? A sweet taters in curry is to die for.
I have been eating your frozen grapes!! Thanks for that tip – it has been a godsend the last few weeks.
A great recipe! Just the thing for the winter months.
Hooray!! Thanks for showing the picture–I started singing the song right away 😀
federal vegan (kate) says
This sounds like an awesome, crazy veggy-packed curry. Thanks for sharing!
Special K, I don’t know what’s going on with my reader, but I can’t seem to read your posts or something- like I can see your new post, but I can’t get to it. It’s weird.
But hey, the recipe sounds delish and I LOVE OBAMA!
awwwww, thanks so much; you’re too sweet! Yeah, I’d love to help set up a vegan forum thing… I’m really busy lately, but just let me know how I can help!
Haha and the food sounds delish!
It’s not spicy at all, but sweet (thanks to the winter squash). But you can always add hot sauce or chili powder if you’d like :o).
Rural Vegan says
I hadn’t heard that Obama quote yet, but I did read he promised the HSUS to adopt. How cool is that?!
Delicious looking curry! That is a great Obama quote. We have two shelter dogs and two shelter cats. All are mutts and great animals.
nic - the auspicious squirrel says
Katie – This was awesome! I literally licked my plate! 😉
I plan to blog about this awesome dish very soon! 😀
Just pointing out for your other readers, I think you have a typo in this recipe, as I think you mean 1/4 tsp salt–I put in 1/2 tsp the first time and all I could taste was salt!! When I remade it with 1/4 tsp it was delicious, as always 🙂
Is is 2 tsp or tbsp curry powder….or 2 tsp- 2 tbsp curry powder? I’m excited to make it! =)
Chocolate-Covered Katie says
Ooh wow, thanks for letting me know about the typo! It’s 2 tablespoons.
That is a really stupid quote….seeing as Obama got his dog from a breeder… http://www.holycowvegan.net/2009/04/obama-dog-coming-from-breeder.html
Chocolate-Covered Katie says
I posted this a few years ago, before he’d gotten his dog. I was very disappointed as well :(.
Julie M says
I just made this and am also making some brown rice. . . . Eating in a few minutes. . . Getting hungry typing! It smalls sooooo good!
Namagiri Sridhar says
I love you and your blog. I live in Southlake. Wish we could meet someday. Inspired by your post, I googled a lot and contacted dog shelters to adopt a dog. But I let it go because I was not sure if I could do it with a 21 month old around. Do you have any suggestions or inputs? I think I should get one. I am very new to dogs. My son is very sensitive to noise. But he loves them. And I would want him to grow up with one. Please help me.
Namagiri Sridhar says
Also can dogs thrive on vegetarian diet?