Not only is curry good tasty but it’s also good for you! It’s an antibacterial dish, it protects heart health, and it improves bone health. You can use it in your stews and soups and combine it with a lot of other spices for a flavorful experience. Here’s some of our favorite spicy curry dishes from the Food Monster App!
Source: Super Simple Potato Curry
This simple yet delicious Super Simple Potato Curry by Jennifer Harmon dish by only takes you 20 minutes to make! Potatoes, frozen peas, diced tomatoes, coconut milk, and spices makes a beautiful symphony.
Source: Spicy Curry Laksa
There are many different ways to make laksa, which is a spicy rice noodle soup that’s especially popular in Southeast Asian countries. This Spicy Curry Laksa by Tiana Haines is especially savory and rich because of the coconut milk, and has loads of fresh and vibrant flavors.
Source: Coconut Curry Linguini
This dish is liked a spiced up fettuccini Alfredo, and who doesn’t want all that creaminess combined with delicious Thai ingredients like coconut milk, red curry paste, and lime? Coconut Curry Linguini by Jess Hoffman is easy to make (literally, we’re talking 10 minutes!). This dish can easily become your new favorite.
Source: Hot and Hearty Mushroom Curry
Source: Everyday Chickpea Curry
For the perfect combination of flavors in one pot, look no further! There are many recipes for the classic Chana Masala, but this is especially unique with a lot of spices and aromatics. Make the Everyday Chickpea Curry by Meredith Youngson, and you’re definitely in for a treat.
Source: Roasted Cauliflower Curry
Cauliflower might be a little boring in itself, but this Roasted Cauliflower Curry by Gunjan Dudani is anything but boring! The vegetable is seasoned with a good mixture of turmeric and salt, and then roasted until it’s golden and tender. Lastly, the cauliflower is stirred in a fantastic mix of curry to get all the juicy flavors it deserves.
Source: Almond Curry Lentils
No expert skills are needed to make this very satisfying curry dish that is quickly made. This Almond Curry Lentils dish by Ashley Flitter has a base of, as the name says, almond butter, curry, and lentils.
Source: Beet and Chickpea Coconut Curry
A comforting dish filled with curry and beets, cooked in a creamy and spices tomato-coconut curry. Beet and Chickpea Coconut Curry by Anarki “AJ” Tjon Affo is colorful, and makes you see beets in a whole new light.
Filled with protein-packed chickpeas and spinach curry, this dish will definitely fill you up in a second. If you’re a fan of chickpeas, you have to try the 20-minute Chickpea and Spinach Curry by Dana Sandonato immediately, if not sooner.
Craving a lot of spice and flavor? Then you have to make the Aloo Gobi: Cauliflower Curry With Potatoes and Chickpeas by Nadine Horn and Jörg Mayer! It consists of different types of vegetables, roasted cashews, and a mix of different spices.
Source: Hearty Winter Curry Pie
Forget the regular veggie pot pies you have tried before, this is the one you need in your life! Hearty Winter Curry Pie by Rebecca Fallihee is comforting, rich, and consists of flavors of curry spice, coconut milk, and ginger in a crusty flaky pie crust that instantly warm you up.
Not only is this dish delicious, it is also easy to make and actually affordable. Curry and Coconut Potatoes With Cashews and Peas by Jamie Bevia has a creamy consistency from the coconut milk, and fresh herbs to bring in some flavors.
This dish even taste better the next day, as all the flavors will absorb into the delicious dish. Red lentils, cubed pumpkin, chickpeas, carrot, and apples combined with spices make the Red Lentil Curry With Black Tahini and Roasted Cashews by Judy Moosmueller pretty unique. You can choose to add other vegetables if you want to, to set your personal twist on it!
A spicy curry soup with creamy coconut milk and root vegetables. For those days you are in need of a big bowl of comfort, Red Thai Curry Soup With Carrots and Sweet Potato by Niki Webster is your to go.
So now it’s time to bring out the curry, and start cooking right now! If you’re craving more inspiration for delicious plant based food, we really recommend you download the Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
Lead image source: Aloo Gobi: Cauliflower Curry With Potatoes and Chickpeas