Indian Vegetable Curry: Easy to make, Ready in Under 30 minutes
As the mother and cook in my vegetarian home, I rely heavily on spices to flavor up our dishes. I shy away (as much as possible) from using lots of fats and sugars to enhance the flavor of a dinner meal. I save that for treats like brownies! Therefore, I tend to gravitate towards dishes that pack in lots of flavors from ground spices. That perfect combination is found in the most traditional, ethnic dishes. This website was actually born out of my passion for sharing with people the joy of cooking with Indian spices. I have been working and testing combinations of flavors to bring you an easy Indian vegetable curry that you can use vegetables you have in your kitchen and come up with a fantastic, healthy, flavorful, one pot dinner.
Vegetables Simmered in Traditional Indian Spices
You start with ground spices of turmeric, red chili pepper powder, garam masala, cumin, and coriander. Add to that fresh onion, tomato, ginger, and 3 cups of any vegetables you have in your refrigerator or freezer. I used cauliflower, green beans, and a peas & carrots mixture. I always have organic frozen veggies stocked away in the freezer for dinners like this. The beauty of this dish is that the base of this Easy Indian Vegetable Curry can be used with any combination of veggies or even add beans or tofu with it. Excellent dinner choice for anyone trying to lose (or maintain!) their weight.
Restaurant Style Indian Vegetable Curry
What are you waiting for? No need to hunt for the perfect Indian restaurant curry dish any more. Now you can Indian Vegetable Curry right in your own kitchen! Pair it with Basmati Rice or Indian breads such as roti, naan, or chapati and you have an authentic Indian meal. Love Indian Vegetable Curry and want to make other Indian dishes too? Try this Masoor Lentils or Indian Potatoes With Peas or even my recipe for the very traditional dish of Dal Tadka.
Perfect for busy nights, make double for guests coming by, and leftovers can go in the lunch box. Important to keep these and other staple items in your kitchen so that you can have an Indian Vegetable Curry to whip up on a busy night that is healthy and delicious (need ideas on vegetarian kitchen essentials? start here).
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