It’s cold out. And the colder it gets outside, the warmer the kitchen gets, inside! There isn’t anything quite like a delicious bowl of hot curry: sweet and savory, with a little kick to it. The best part about curry? It’s incredibly easy to make, and I’ve got a couple of tasty recipes to share with you!
One of the things I like most about curry is that you can change it up, on a whim. But I always like to follow a couple of rules, whenever I make it: protein, carb, veggies, curry.
Protein: garbanzo beans, northern beans, strips of chicken or beef, ground turkey, tofu
Carb: sweet potato, white potato, rice, cauliflower rice
Veggie: broccoli, carrots, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, zucchini, spinach, collard greens, etc.
Once you’ve got all of the ingredients, things are pretty simple: put them in a pot and boil.
If I’m making meat, I take time to cook the meat first (obviously), adding a few onions, garlic cloves, olive oil and spices.
If I’m using rice, I cook the rice, separately, and mix everything else together - topping over rice, before eating.
If I’m using cauliflower rice, I cook the rice first (in the pot), with some oil and spices. Then, I add in veggies, protein and curry.
The best thing about curry (aside from the taste) is that it stores really well! Usually, I will make enough for multiple meals, days after. Just reheat in the microwave and enjoy!