If you’re craving a savory vegan dinner full of vegetables and fragrant herbs, it’s time to cook vegan curry! Whether you’re craving a protein-rich chickpea dish, a tasty peanut curry or a vegan meat alternative, there is a TikTok recipe for you. Here are four tasteful vegan curry recipes from TikTok which will certainly be a hit!
These 10 minutes peanut Curry is so quick and easy to make! Start sautéing diced red onions, garlic and herbs. Add canned chickpeas, peanut butter, vegetable stock powder, tomato paste, lime juice and coconut milk. Simmer over high heat, stirring frequently, until mixture thickens. Then remove the curry from the heat, stir in the spinach and enjoy!
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This one vegan take on Japanese Katsu curry with crispy fried tofu served with a tasty curry sauce. To make it, fry the onions, garlic and ginger in a pan. Then add grated apple, tomato paste, vegan butter, flour and spices. Stir in vegetable stock and simmer until mixture thickens. Then add ketchup, soy sauce, agave and vegan Worcestershire sauce. Blend the mixture until smooth and set aside. Then coat the tofu with flour, non-dairy milk, and breadcrumbs. Bake it until golden brown. Serve the tofu with the curry sauce and a side dish of rice.
If you like the taste of garlicthis one vegan chili garlic curry is for you! Start by mixing onions, garlic and green chilies into a paste. Bake the pasta in a pan with a mix of dried herbs, tomato paste, water and coconut milk. Then add red lentils and a pinch of salt and let it simmer until the lentils are soft. Garnish the curry with fresh coriander and enjoy!
This one vegan butter chicken is so cozy! To do this, fry the garlic and the white onions in vegan butter. When the garlic softens, add the herbs, canned diced tomatoes, and non-dairy cream. Use an immersion blender to blend the sauce until creamy. Then add more spices. Mix fried or fried tofu with the curry sauce and serve!
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