Enjoy a burst of flavours with this nutritious vegetable curry. Plus, it’s guaranteed to spice up your dinner menu with fresh and vibrant veggies.
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Divide the rice and curry among serving bowls. Top with cashew and extra coriander. Season with pepper to serve.
COOK. STORE. SAVE.
Root to tip: This recipe only calls for the cauliflower florets. The leftover stalks and leaves of cauliflower are the perfect addition to any salad, stock, soups or coleslaw. Whether you add them chopped or grated, they’re nutritious and tasty.
Green curry is one of the most famous Thai dishes, however, little is known about its exact origins. While it is believed to have originated in the early 20th century in Thailand, India is the home of curry and could have inspired the recipe for vegetable curry. Always a crowd pleaser, whether you’re cooking it up for a weeknight meal or entertaining, this take is sure to steal the show at any family meal or dinner party.
Traditionally you would eat green curry with a side of steamed rice, such as jasmine rice, coconut rice or Thai fried rice. Looking for an alternative? Enjoy a green curry with Bombay or Indian-style potatoes, a crunchy Asian slaw or Thai salad, and even naan bread.
If you’re unsure what vegetables go with green curry, the most popular choices are onion, carrots, green beans, broccoli, chickpeas, capsicum and peas. Feel free to mix in corn, potatoes, zucchini, mushrooms or any other type of vegetable you desire by simply adding them to the curry – no pre-boiling required.
To create that unique flavour, you need to add a mix of spices to your vegetable green curry. Start with the savoury – like cumin and turmeric – to enhance that iconic earthy flavour. If you would like to add a splash of pep to your vegetable curry recipe, try adding sweet spices – like clove and cinnamon – or garnish with lime or lemon juice and zest.
Can’t get enough of this vegetarian green curry? Mix it up with this easy pumpkin green curry with coconut rice and add the perfect accompaniment with our naan bread recipe. If you’re keen to get a little more hands-on with your meal prep, why not try making your own green curry paste. This is a fantastic way to control the flavours and spices to your liking, plus it’ll guarantee freshness.