As the harsh and unforgiving Canadian winter goes on, my craving for warm soups, ramen and most importantly spicy curries is more present than ever. You are probably experiencing the same cravings if you live somewhere cold. Not to worry, I have gathered for you, 12 Amazing Vegan Curry Recipes that will blow your mind.
As you will see, some of them are classic and some of them are somewhat unorthodox. In a good way of course.
Let’s start with the classics.
This Vegan Curry is a combination of spinach (Palak) and potato (Aloo), and it is one of the tastiest curries you will ever eat. The potatoes soak up the lovely flavours and the spinach, as always, carries tons of nutrients to keep you healthy and happy.
Check out mrishtanna.com for the full recipe.
You all know I have made a butter chicken recipe on this blog. So Why am I sharing another one with you? This one is as creative as they get. It’s made with jackfruit, which is a great chicken substitute and that butter sauce is spot on.
Get the full recipe at whatsheate.com
As you probably have noticed, spinach is a key ingredient in Indian Cuisine. This gorgeous curry is one that is not going to leave indifferent. It’s packed with amazing flavour and goes perfectly with a homemade naan.
Another brilliant curry, made with mushrooms and chickpeas this is not a curry you will only make once. The spice balance in this dish is spot on and which makes for an unforgettable dinner.
Tikka Masala is Britain’s most popular dish. Yes, Great-Britain, The United Kingdom … England! A.k.A The homeland Fish & Chips.
Once you taste tikka masala, you will understand why the Brits love this dish. It is out of this world. This one is made with Cauliflower instead of chicken, and trust me, it is as good as it looks.
Get the Full Recipe at Vegetarian Gastronomy.
If Cauliflower is not your thing, then check out this other Vegan Tikka Masala from Yup it’s Vegan. This one is made with Tofu, which as you know is the perfect flavour sponge. Serve it with some basmati rice (or brown rice) and you are in for a treat.
Sam is a modern-day Julia Child of Vegan cuisine. Her blog is full of delicious recipes and this one is a favourite of mine. If you are ever looking to try out a curry that is different than what you are used to, then you should try this one.
Now let’s take a look at some refreshing takes on classic Indian Curries. These are some of my favourites:
What a refreshing take on the humble vegan curry. This is a great way to enjoy a curry, top with some fresh tomatoes, cashew cream and you are in for a treat.
Make this Aloo Matar Tacos and your mind will be blown, nay, blasted. Thanks, Steven!
Another great way to enjoy a curry! Say you’re having a party, or watching a football game, all you need is something crispy to scoop up this dip and your curry cravings will be satisfied.
My wife loves a Mac and Cheese, vegan or not, just loves it. Her birthday request? Mac and Cheese. Valentine’s Day dinner request? Mac and Cheese (plus Red Wine). If you’re a fan of Mac and Cheese, you’re probably salivating now looking at this photo. Well, drool no more my friend, the recipe is available.
Get it at Strenghtandsunshine.com
If you are still looking for some more recipes, here are some in-house choices you will enjoy:
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