Coming At Ya with another Eat of The Week!
This blog seems to just be about food lately and i’m not complaining….There are 2 types of dishes that I adore making! (And eating obvs) Curry’s & Chilli’s
They are both super easy, super tasty and super cheap to make. But today I’m sharing with you this beaut curry with homemade vegan naan! FYI- it’s not as easy to find pre-made vegan naan as you’d think!…. Or is that just me? Let me know in the comments!!
Naan recipe found on PETA.com
What you need – For the naan
Strong white bread flour – 200g
1 tbsp sugar
3 tbsp soy milk
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp active yeast
100g of Desiccated coconut (Not in original recipe, I added)
What you need – For the curry
1 tin coconut milk (shake it up)
1 tin chickpeas (rinse em out)
2 tbsp curry powder
1 large red onion (chopped)
2 handfuls spinach
3-4 salad tomatoes (quartered)
1tbsp garlic powder
1 tsp salt
How to make it
For the Naan, head on over to PETA’s recipe, but if you want to add coconut like I did, just put it in when mixing the dough! You can also add raisins, almonds, spices anything you want! (as long as its vegan, duh)
The curry is super duper simple! First make a curry paste, you can do this by adding water to 2tbsp of curry powder until you get a paste consistency. Then fry off the chopped onions in a little olive oil (in the saucepan) once they have softened add the garlic powder and curry paste and mix. Then throw in the tomatoes, chickpeas and add coconut milk until you have the desired consistency.
Pop the lid on and let it simmer for about 15 mins.
Once the chickpeas have started to soften, throw your spinach on top, turn off the heat and pop that lid back on! And let it stand for about 3 mins.
Stir, and Serve with the Naan you made earlier
Lovely Jubbly! Easy Peasy! Conconut Curry Goodness!
Hope you enjoyed this week’s Eat! And don’t forget to follow my blog, I post new lifestyle blogs every Tuesday and new Debatable’s/Eat of the Week’s every Friday!
“Vegan food is soul food in its truest form. Soul food means to feed the soul. And to me, your soul is your intent. If your intent is pure, you are pure.” -Erykah Badu