My proclivity for not following recipes can be both a positive and a negative; some of my experiments turn out amazingly well, whilst others go horribly wrong. Today’s dish is definitely an example of the former. True, it may be filled with “B” ingredients (broccoli, butternut squash, bell peppers…), but as far as taste goes, Fall’s Favorite Curry gets an A+! (Recipe here)
(With a border of spinach and a side of bulgur pilaf)
(Up close and personal)
(With Lightlife chick’n strips, vegan-buttered toast, and some pistachios)
(More toast, spinach mixed in, and some leftover smoked tofu I wanted to use up)
I’m going to be mean and make you wait until my next post for the recipe… actually, it’s not because I’m mean but because I need to go write an essay. So if anyone is mean, it’s my history teacher. (But in reality she is a very nice lady!)
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I love vegan chicken strips! the BEST! And the curry looks yummilicious!
I can’t wait for the recipe for your curry! I love all of the ways that you served it and I’ll keep that in mind next time I make curry.
I’m fairly sure I’ve never had a craving for buttered toast before… in fact, I hate putting butter on bread for any reason, save for garlic bread… but, it sounds really good right about now. Weird.
Everything looks yummy.
yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. yum. I’m so in the mood for a curry now!
Yum, Im loving your little curry wreath 🙂 Looks fantastic!
I’ve never had those Chicken strips… They freak me out a bit to be honest! What are they like?
that looks so darn good. i need to get some of these chick’n strips. i just had lightlife tempeh, which is AMAZING, so i know these have to be good, too.
Erin of Care to Eat says
Oh la la!
I love the spinach border. Reminds me of a wreath. 🙂
Yum! You are so creative with your meals!
I love the baby spinach border =)
I can’t wait for the recipe!!!
Wholesome Foodie says
Oh my goodness those all look SOOOOOOOO good.
I can’t wait for the recipe!
just me says
i love the spinach border…such a pretty presentation!
I love butternut squash in curry, what a perfect combo!
I love the spinach “border”
And I want to see this recipe so get crackin! Finish up that essay pronto!
I’ve never made anything with curry before. I think it’s about time I do!
yum, i love your fall curry! it looks delicious. i also have the same problem with following recipes…but sometimes it is more fun to experiment!
beauty and bread says
I just read a ton of your recipes and your profile and I wanted to comment because I am also a 22 year-old college senior in Texas. I’ve only been a vegan for about 8 months, but I agree that it is so rewarding. You make everything look so easy and delicious!
Alice (in Veganland) says
So… You want me to be your personal chef? and how am I supposed to cook something better than this A+ curry?! :-D. Ah, if it weren’t so difficult to get a visa…I’d be right there! For lunch!
Please feed me. Please. You could come and be a live-in nanny & personal chef, and hey, you could learn French in return!? What cha think?
Gosh, that curry looks mighty delicious!! It might be a good idea to point out which brand of curry powder you use (coz the one that I bought is oh so horrible) …
Btw, don’t ya know that I’m impatient?!! … and yet, you want ME to wait till the next post for the recipe?!? Geez, I wonder who is the mean bean here 🙂
Nazarina A says
I love your experimenting spirit. You go girl, curries are indeed complex, but you pulled it off! Looks delish!
i love me some curry, and that looks great! my problem is getting my curries to taste different. all of mine tend to taste the same. my friend mari says curry is really hard to perfect because so many ingredients go into it.
That is the most visually pleasing dinner ever! Like a delicious, veggie filled mock-pizza. I am anxiously awaiting the recipe. 🙂
Jennifer (of Veg*n Cooking) says
This looks fantastic and I love that you used mostly “b” veggies. Mmmm. I really need to try making some curry!
Good luck with your essay!
Looks like a great curry. Can you find a puppy for Obama from your animal refuge?
I love the spinach border! So pretty! And I love the idea of butternut squash in a curry…
Emma the Eco-Princess! says
Well I’ll be eagerly awaiting the recipe! I love anything curry-fied! ^_^
It’s so colorful! We will never catch you eating something plain and boring. 😛
Good luck with the essay!
federal vegan (kate) says
That spinach halo is so cute. Looking forward to the recipe, good luck with the essay!
Looking forward to the recipe–and good save re: the history teacher comment! 😉
It looks great looking forward to getting the recipe.
Enjoy writing the essay.
mmmmmmmm love to see the recipe – looks beautiful and colorful 🙂