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Use any cauliflower (romanesco white, orange, green…) for this cozy warming Thai-brothy curry. The perfect cockle warmer.
*Try sweet potatoes, squash, runner beans, potatoes - any fairly firm veg that roasts well. Leafy greens work too, but swirl them in when you add the sauce to the roasted cauli.
I love this curry. I got it on a recipe card in my box several years ago and have made it loads of times, usually adding some chicken breast for my carnivorous family! I lost the card so I'm really pleased to have found the recipe here too - would have been devastated not to be able to make it any more! P.S. This is a great low carb recipe too - works both for me and for my non-low-carbing family!
The video says 1tsp of tumeric, but the list above says 1tbsp. I put in the latter and it was too strong. Will try again woth a tsp next time... and less garlic.
We chuck in at least twice the amount of veg (carrots, sweet potato, broccoli and cauliflower) and roast it for much longer initially (an hour or so). Step 5 we usually leave it in the oven for another 30-40 minutes. Much tastier this way, and not overly runny.
really delicious, have made several times. Good foroption especially when youfancy a meat free day.
Lovely recipe, however, I would have fried the onions / leeks before. Simply having them blended gives the recipe a strong flavour that is almost too overpowering.
Made this with cauliflower and some other veg in my box and was really impressed. Love this recipe. Thank you!