The recipe uses storecupboard ingredients - serve on its own with a little rice and salad for a simple, satisfying lunch or as part of a curry meal.
cooked diced potatoes cooked in with the dahl a couple of minutes before serving
baby spinach leaves cooked in for a minute or two.
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Delicious, Fresh-tasting Red or Green Thai Vegetable Curry with Tofu
This lovely curry is a winner. Simply ensure that the curry paste you buy is vegan - that it contains no shrimp or fish sauce. Good vegan brands include Thai Taste www.thaitaste.co.uk/products and for products and stockists (NB Other brands such as Blue Dragon, MaiSri and MaePloy are NOT vegetarian/vegan)
This Martin Shaw recipe is a Viva! classic - it's been fed to tens of thousands of people at Viva!'s Incredible Veggie Roadshows and ticks all the boxes: cheap, easy, freezes well and is enjoyed by meat eaters and veggies alike! Make it mild for kids/chilli-haters by using just a small amount of mild chilli powder and serving hot pepper sauce on the side for heat-lovers.
Budget options: use dried savoury TVP (soya mince) and/or cooked whole lentils.
Soya-free and gluten-free? Omit veggie mince and use lentils/beans
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