As promised, today I am sharing with you one of my favourite curry recipes, it is so simple and can be made ahead of time, though it takes less than 20 minutes to make, I have also added to this dish a potato side as I am not a fan of rice, all I did was boil some baby potatoes, drain them, add some green beans and hot sauce and mash it all together with some garlic paste. It is such a good side, not only with salads but with salads as well.
On to the main even, the vegan beef and vegetable Goan curry, Spice Pots have made my life so easy, as someone who likes to cook from scratch this is the perfect aid to have when you want to make a curry in hurry.
I am using Vbites beef style pieces in this recipe, as for me this is the best but whatever beef replacement you have will be fine. I am using a 150g pack and I cut the pieces so they are nice and even.
I am also using Food Heaven’s coconut oil blocks if you are using regular coconut oil then a tablespoon should be plenty.
This recipe will serve 2 people as a main or 4 if you are serving as a Thali.
1 pack x Vbites Beef Style Pieces or similar
3 cups x frozen mixed vegetables
4 cups x plain vegan yoghurt
2 tablespoons x garlic puree
4 tablespoons x Spice Pots Goan Powder
1 pinch x salt
1 tablespoon x black pepper
1 block/tablespoon x coconut oil
½ cup x oat milk
1. To a large pan on medium heat add the coconut oil and allow to melt down before adding the beef and move continuously for 2 minutes.
2. Add the yoghurt and Goan powder to the mix and stir well until the powder has dissolved into the yoghurt.
3. Reduce the heat to low and stir continuously adding the frozen vegetables and making sure they covered.
4. Add the salt and pepper and if required add the oat milk to loosen the mix a bit, if it becomes too dry.
5. Allow to cook on a low to medium heat for a further 5 minutes or until piping hot all the way through.
6. For best results serve immediately.
If you are making ahead of time then it is best to stop at stage 3 and then add the seasoning and oat milk when reheating.