Thursday, 29 November 2012

What's in my lunch box this week? Borrowed curry


Curry, sprouts and a book
Clockwise from top left:

  • Brussels sprouts and Alfalfa sprouts
  • Locally grown Braeburn apple
  • The Midnight Mayor by Kate Griffin - reminding me of Mike Carey in a very good way
  • Roast vegetable curry
This has proved to be a really lovely lunch. I'd initially planned to serve it with flatbreads or rice but the dish proved to be filling and satisfying on its own. The curry recipe came from Mimi at Little sips of tea who adapted from one that Cole and Abel popped in her veg box. A great way to ensure that you are getting plenty of vegetables during the winter. I don't particularly like very sweet vegetables like parsnips so this is great way to cut through their sweetness.

To make you roast roughly chopped onions, cauliflower and parsnip in a splash of oil. Then blend together a tin of tomatoes, soy sauce, sesame oil, peanut butter, fresh coriander and chilli. Pour over the vegetables and bake until it's done.


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