VEGAN ALOO CURRY RECIPE | HOW TO MAKE AN EASY INDIAN POTATO CURRY DISH

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE VEGAN ALOO CURRY (POTATO CURRY)

LAY HO MA! Curries are probably one of the most flavourful dishes around, and there are infinite possibilities and variations! Though, that’s not even the best part – they are super easy to make. Join me in this episode and learn how to make vegan potato curry (or aloo curry) from scratch! Let’s begin.

Ingredients:
2 pieces garlic
1 shallot
1 small piece ginger
2 tbsp grapeseed oil
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp coriander seeds
2 tsp cane sugar
1 tsp garam masala
1/2 tsp chili powder
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp pink salt
1 tomato
1 long green chili pepper
2 cups coconut cream
5-8 small potatoes (pre-peeled and boiled)
few sprigs cilantro

Directions:
1. Finely chop the garlic, shallot, and ginger
2. Heat up a sauté pan on medium high. Add the grapeseed oil followed the cumin and coriander seeds. Fry for 30-45sec
3. Add in and sauté the shallot, garlic, and ginger for 2min
4. Add the dry spices and sauté for 30sec
5. Dice one tomato and add to the pan. Sauté for 2-3min
6. Roughly chop the long green chili pepper and add into the pan. Sauté for another 2min
7. Add the coconut cream. Turn the heat up to medium high and stir
8. Add in and coat the pre-peeled and boiled potatoes
9. Turn the heat down to medium low and simmer for 5-8min
10. Plate and garnish with fresh chopped cilantro. Serve along with some naan or basmati rice!

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Wil Yeung - Cook With Confidence says:

LAY HO MA!! If you like this easy plant based recipe, be sure to get your free e-book now http://www.wilyeung.com/cookbook happy cooking 👨🏻‍🍳🔥🙌🏻

Marelynn Navarro says:

I would love to see you try to veganize a Vietnamese Egg Meatloaf ! Before I went vegan those were one of my favorite foods. Love the videos keep up the work! 🙂

Juanna Omar says:

Will makes a perfect vegan curry. Potato curry is as good as lentil curry like we always cooked here.

Neny Lei says:

Ugghhh yummm😍😍😍

Bir Yol says:

Can you please make a dish with cabbage 🥬

Deekshansh Pathak says:

I am from India. The music goes well with the video. 👍🏼

BJ Derganc says:

got your book last week – man it is amazing! I had no idea how much better cashew milk was with a high powered blender like vitamix.

Renaissance Woman says:

A+ from an indian house wife who is very particular about cooking whatever cuisine. You have aced it.

Gail Webb says:

Thank you for the ebook wil, and all your free recipes 😍

Manasvi Singh says:

Great work boss❤️🔥 respect from India🇮🇳

Sherry LeoNerdos says:

Another version you could try is adding whole fried potatoes or baked potatoes. They absorption all the curry flavours.
One more way is adding raw peeled potatoes in curry and pressure cook it all. Add coconut milk at the end and simmer once before serving 🙂 just different versions with different tones of flavours.

Yupayao Pereira says:

👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻น่าทานมากคะ

Sneha Kamat says:

Wonderful recipe sir.. You will find many vegan dishes in Indian cuisine. I'm a big fan of your cooking and have binge watched your ramen recipes drooling all the time… Can't wait to try them.. Keep up the great work.. Love from India… ♥️

Shaifalee Soni says:

U can also make paste of onion, garlic, ginger and green chillies. Heat up oil, throw in the spices and paste, and cook untill the oil is released from the paste. Don't add tomatoes and cream if u want to store it. Once cooked, it can be stored in fridge for 1-1.5 weeks.
Throw in any veggies along with cream and tomatoes and a delicious veggie curry will be ready in 5-8 minutes 😊

Devoutly ToBeWished says:

Love potatos, but never heard of this. Going to try it tomorrow. This looks like something the omnivores in my house would not dismiss as "ewww vegan" without even trying lol. Whenever they have a watermelon or peaches I say "ewww vegan"

MJ says:

Does coconut cream taste coconutty? I'm not a coconut fan. Or is there a good vegan substitute for it? Otherwise, I'm sold!

ModernhippyChick says:

Beautiful! Another lovely dish in the books 😉👍
Looks like dinner for tomorrow 😋

Jamie Spenik says:

well, throwing out dinner plans and making this

Smart Collections Plus says:

Nice 👌 👌 👌

Jessica Reyes says:

I'll definitely make this for lunch tomorrow 🙏 thank you!

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