Spicy Vegetable Curry

This nutritious Spicy Vegetable Curry is a great way to get your fill of healthy vegetables.

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This nutritious Spicy Vegetable Curry is a great way to get your fill of healthy vegetables can be easily frozen for convenient meals in the coming weeks. 

Ingredients
1 small swede
1 dessert apple
2 sticks celery
250g cauliflower florets
1 large potato
1 leek
1/4 green capsicum
1 small onion
100g mushrooms
1 carrot
3 teaspoons curry paste
25g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 bay leaf
2 tablespoons sultanas
125g natural yoghurt
2 tablespoons olive oil


Instructions
1. Peel, slice and dice vegetables and apple to your preferred size. The larger they are, the longer they’ll take to cook.
2. In a large pan, heat the oil and sauté all the vegetables and the apple.
3. Stir in the curry paste and flour and cook for three minutes, stirring continuously.
4. Stir in the stock and bring to the boil.
5. Add the lemon juice, sultanas and bay leaf. Cover and simmer for about 30 minutes.
6. Stir in the yoghurt, warm through and serve with brown rice and naan bread

*If you're planning to freeze, don't add the yoghurt until you are ready to serve.





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    Jen
    23rd Jun 2013
    10:43am
    Sounds delish.
    Daphne
    24th Jun 2013
    12:42pm
    Which curry paste do you recommend? Alternatively can I make my own curry paste using a mix of curry ingredients eg turmeric, cummin, coriander etc. Any suggestions, please? Would love to try out this delish curry.
    Jen
    24th Jun 2013
    12:55pm
    Daphne, have you tried Patak's curry pastes? They're all really good. You can get hot, medium or mild ones. We prefer the hot, vindaloo or madras. They are full of flavour. We even coat our lamb roasts in it, it tenderises the meat and makes delicious gravy.
    Daphne
    24th Jun 2013
    1:18pm
    Thanks Jen. Yes, I have discovered Patak's. My favourite is Tikka Masala paste for grilled chicken or fish and the Vindaloo for a lamb or chicken curry. Haven't tried the Madras, but will on your recommendation.
    Jen
    24th Jun 2013
    6:38pm
    :)


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