Made with warm spices, creamy coconut and crunchy cashews not only make this a worthwhile dinner. Served with Indian rice, or just in a bowl on its own. Not only will this curry hit all the right spots but it is bound to become in regular rotation at your house real soon.
Sweet potatoes are rich in iron, vitamin B, C, D and have many health benefits. These are good for people of all age groups. Though they are high in carbs. Due to their high fibre, they don’t spike the sugar levels in diabetics hence making them better food than potatoes.
If you are in search of delicious and healthy curry recipes don’t miss this creamy cashew curry or this sweet potato green curry quinoa casserole. I am not just talking about just any old curry but I am talking about the kind of curry that hits that perfect spot between silky-creaminess and fire-breathing flavour all in one bite.
The cool thing about this recipe is that you can pretty much throw in whatever veggies you have on hand! You could use any kind of pepper, potatoes, celery, etc! Get creative, people…make this your own meal. However, there are also other protein-rich based ingredients such as beans or tofu that you could add to this curry. Can be swapped out the vegetables for chicken or prawns.
Tips for Making Sweet Potato Curry
- One of my top tips for making this Sweet Potato Curry is to ensure all your sweet potato pieces are the same.
- I also wanted the onions to essentially melt away into this dish, so I diced mine very finely
- let the spices cook without liquid for about 30 seconds, to really pull out their aromatics and flavours.
- Also, don’t forget that lime at the end, and a good dose of salt. These little tips go a long way, especially for a one-pot dish.