Ever imagined cooking vegetarian curry with mock meat? Do you feel that having only vegetables in your curry is boring? Having vegetarian guests? This is the right recipe! This recipe serves 5 to 6. Cooking this dish will take about 30 to 45 minutes.
- 4-5 large Potatoes
- 1 packet of Mock Meat
- 1-2 stick of Cinnamon
- 2-3 dried Chilies
- 1 packet of Coconut Milk (150g per pkt)
- 1 packet of Curry Powder (500g per pkt)
- 1 teaspoon of Salt
- 4-5 cups of Water (500ml per cup)
- Wash the potatoes and boil them till they soften.
- Defrost the packet of mock meat.
- Blend the dried chili, curry powder and 1-2 cups of water to make the curry paste.
- Pour the curry paste into a pot.
- Add 2-3 cups of water into the pot, and wait till the curry boils.
- While waiting, cut the potatoes into cubes.
- Continue stirring the curry while waiting for it to boil.
- Add the potatoes and mock meat into the pot when the curry boils.
- Add in the coconut milk.
- Add in the cinnamon stick.
- Add in a teaspoon of salt.
- The dish is now ready to be served. Pour the curry into a large serving bowl. Enjoy!
- Mock meat, also known by other names such as meat analogue, meat substitute or imitation meat, is made of gluten. It can be found in supermarkets or vegetarian shops.
- For added spiciness in your curry, you can add more dried chili.
- To test if the potato is cooked, use a chopstick to skewer it.
- Keep stirring the curry continuously to prevent it from getting burnt and to ensure consistency.
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