Friday, November 27, 2015

Vegetables Curry 蔬菜咖喱

When come to vegetarian meal, my kids only can accept vegetables curry as they love all sort of curry .

First need to cook a good pot of vegetarian stock. I opt to add some cashew nuts to give extra nutritious to this curry.

Cooking the vegetables curry

I like to pan fry brinjal instead of adding them into curry, as it give nicer colour and more tasty.

Also i prefer to use homemade basic chili paste

Vegetables Curry 蔬菜咖喱

For the vegetarian stock
250g cabbage
120g carrot
35g cashew nuts
2lt water

For the ingredients
190g cabbage
60g carrot
1 corn on cob, cut into few pieces
130g deep fried tofu sheet
50g tofu puff
1 tomato
3 sprigs of curry leaves
2 lemongrass, crushed
55g sweet peas
100g brinjal, pan fried with oil

1cup coconut milk
1 and 1/2tbsp basic chili paste (refer recipe here)
1tbsp curry powder
1 and 1/2tsp salt or to taste

  1. To cook the stock. Put all ingredients and water in a big pot, boil over medium flame till you get around 800ml stock. Strain the stock, discard cabbage and carrot but keep the cashew nuts which later add back to the curry.
  2. Put stock in a big wok, bring to boil, add in cabbage, corn, carrot, curry leaves and lemongrass, boil for 10mins or cabbage turned soft.
  3. Add in tomato, curry powder, tofu sheet and tofu puff, boil another 5-10mins or tofu puff turned soft.
  4. Add in basic chili paste, coconut milk, season with salt, bring to boil and cook for 1-2mins.
  5. Last add in cooked cashew nuts and sweet peas, cook another 1-2mins. Dish out and arrange fried brinjal on top and serve with rice.

Recipe by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover


Agnes said...

My kids do not take curry, I can still adopt the recipe without adding the curry.

小食代 said...

love the veggies inside!!

A Baker's Endeavours said...

Sonia, your recipe came in just at the right time. I have a lot of different types of vegetables to clear in the fridge and this is perfect to clear things up. Very very yummy, only variations I made was add some belacan powder. Thanks for sharing.

Chew Li Yin said...

This looks really delicious! Is it ok if i use soy milk instead of coconut milk?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Chew Li Yin, should be ok to change but the taste might will be difference

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