Potato curries are both filling and nutritious. Usually, curry recipes yield enough to have leftovers that you can enjoy during the week. These potato curry recipes are perfect to add to your weekly meal prep, or even enjoy with family! If you’ve been wanting to switch up your dinner routine, or try out some new plant-based recipes, these potato curry recipes are excellent! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Cauliflower Potato and Spinach Curry
This Cauliflower Potato and Spinach Curry by Melissa Tedesco is full of nutrients but is also very filling and satisfying with the potatoes serving as those much needed carbs. It is also very flavorful!
2. Super Simple Potato Curry
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This Super Simple Potato Curry by Jennifer Harmon takes about 5 minutes to prepare this dish and then you just have to wait 20 minutes for it all to get hot and the potatoes to get soft. Basically, you cut the potatoes and then dump everything in a large sauce pan and simmer. This recipe is also extremely cheap to make and can feed the masses.
3. Simple Pea and Potato Curry
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This spring-inspired Simple Pea and Potato Curry by Jodi Kay is incredibly simple, tantalizingly delicious, and hearty as well. The fresh (and frozen peas) are combined with tender fingerling potatoes and then simmered in a rich creamy curry that is charged with garlic, onions, and a complex bouquet of spices.
4. Quick and Easy Authentic Potato Curry
If you are looking for a healthy dinner to cook in a pinch, then you will love this Quick and Easy Authentic Potato Curry by Holly Jade. Customize it to your liking by swapping in your favorite curry sauce and adding in whatever other veggies you have lying around! It tastes incredible on its own, over freshly cooked rice, or with some naan bread.
5. Sweet Potato Kale Curry
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This Sweet Potato Kale Curry by Charanya Ramakrishnan is extremely simple and delicious. Hearty chunks of sweet potato swim in a tomato and onion curry spiked with turmeric, ground chili, and coriander. This filling dish also includes a bit of coconut milk to balance out all the zest. Serve in a bowl over a bed of basmati rice.
6. Curry and Coconut Potatoes With Cashews and Peas
This meal is the complete package – with fiber and protein from the peas, a rich creamy consistency from the coconut milk, a magical aroma from the spices, tender cherry tomatoes, and of course, fresh herbs for an added bit of flavor. What is not to love about this Curry and Coconut Potatoes With Cashews and Peas by Jamie Bevia? Plus this dish is affordable, easy to make, and absolutely delightful to eat.
7. Chickpea Curry With Yucca
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This Chickpea Curry With Yucca by Yana Chistyakova is nutty, filling, and perfect for a night in. It comes together in just four simple steps and includes only whole ingredients. Enjoy this healthy meal over some rice or a baked potato!
8. Nourishing Potato Curry With Kale
This is an unprocessed, simple to make, meal loaded with hearty plant foods, including kale, potatoes, peas, and tomatoes. However, the real star-ingredient of the dish is coconut. So, whip this Nourishing Potato Curry With Kale by Amanda Froelich up while you attempt to stay warm wherever you are and enjoy the toasty, spiced flavors it brings.
9. Sweet Potato and Chickpea Coconut Curry
This Sweet Potato and Chickpea Coconut Curry by Dana Sandonato is crunchy, creamy and delicious. The dish combines an excellent blend of spices and fresh ingredients to bring together a curry that is savory and well balanced. The cashews are a perfect crunchy counterpart to the tender sweet potatoes.
10. Aloo Patta Gobhi: Cabbage and Potato Curry With Spiced Corn-on-the-Cob
This not your average curry – the spices are more subtle and allow for the taste of the vegetables to shine through and create a truly amazing dish. This Aloo Patta Gobhi: Cabbage and Potato Curry by Dan Waters is paired with a tender, spiced ear of corn that makes this meal the perfect treat for a warm evening.
11. Spicy West African Chickpea and Kale Curry
Who’s down to try this spicy chickpea curry for lunch or dinner? Loaded with some potatoes, kale, and spice to boot. There is something very fulfilling about a meal you can whip up in 30 minutes and get the family happily fed in little to no time. This Spicy West African Chickpea and Kale Curry by Elsie Kriz is nutritious, delicious and probably the best leftovers for your next day soup and sandwich brunch.
12. New Potato and Pea Curry With Yellow Split Peas
With its velvety coconut sauce, this New Potato and Pea Curry With Yellow Split Peas by Annabelle Randles makes a comforting spring recipe that’s light and warming at the same time. Plus, this is a great recipe to make at the beginning of the week and use as an easy lunch or a quick dinner down the line.
13. Trini Channa and Aloo: Trinidadian Chickpea and Potato Curry
This Trini Channa and Aloo: Trinidadian Chickpea and Potato Curry by Nita Ragoonanan is a Trinidadian adaptation of a popular North Indian dish, but that’s about all that they have in common. The secret is roasted cumin seeds and green seasoning, a Caribbean seasoning blend made from a blend of fresh herbs and hot peppers. Serve this simple curry with roti or your favorite flatbread.
14. Easy Potato Curry With Star Anise Rice
This Easy Potato Curry With Star Anise Rice by Melanie Sorrentino is a simplified of dum aloo, a Kashmiri dish where potatoes are fried and them slowly cooked in a savory tomato-based gravy. Instead of being deep-fried, the potatoes are cooked until soft and then quickly pan-fried with cumin before being tossed in a richly spiced, creamy tomato gravy. It’s served with star anise-infused rice, which adds notes of licorice. This is a simple, budget-friendly recipe that will satisfy your taste buds while not calling for a huge list of ingredients.
15. Chickpea, Spinach, and Potato Curry
This chunky Chickpea, Spinach, and Potato Curry by Heidi Turunen is loaded with chickpeas, potatoes, and fresh spinach and is made using a homemade curry paste. The spices are quite mild, so if you enjoy hot and spicy food, go ahead and throw in some more chili and garam masala. The curry is ideally served with basmati rice, but any grain that you have on hand also works.
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