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Aubergine & Potato Curry

November 17, 2018

 

 

 

I love a curry!

I generally tend to stick to coconut based curries but this one is really yummy so worth the change. The aubergine and potato work so well together and combined with the spiced tomato sauce, its just a taste sensation, haha. So anyway, I thought I would share it with you guys!

 

 

Recipe makes between 4-6 depending on portion size

 

You will need:

1 large white onion

4 cloves of garlic

1 thumbsize piece of ginger

1 Aubergine

1 large potato

a handful of greens (spinach/chard ect.)

2 tins of tomatoes

1 tin of chickpeas

1.5  tbsp of Cumin

1-2 tsp of Chilli (depending how spicy you like it- go wild)

1  tsp of Turmeric

1 tsp of Fennel seeds

1 tbsp Cumin seeds

1 tbsp of Mustard  seeds

Salt & pepper to taste

Coriander (optional)

 

Equipment:

 

1 chopping board

1 peeler

1 grater

1 large pans

2 small pan

1 sharp knife

1 colander/ sift

 

Start by chopping your potato (skin on) and adding to a small pan of water, bring to the boil and cook for around 10 minutes- you want to 'par-boil' them before adding to your curry, cuz no one likes hard tatties.

Peel and dice your onion and add to the large pan with oil- or actually I've switched to frying (boiling) my veg with water- on a medium heat

Peel and grate your garlic and ginger and add to the large pan once the onion has softened

Add your spices into the small pan and dry heat for a minute of so- if you have access to a pestle and mortar grind your spices, if not no worries its not vital!

Chop your aubergine into chunky pieces and add to the pan to cook down

Then add in your spices and coat the aubergine

Drain your potato and add to the pan with the tin tomatoes and drained chickpeas

Mix well and add salt and pepper to your taste

Let the curry cook down for as long as possible as curries just get better with time

(I'd say at least 30 minutes)

5 minutes before serving stir in a handful of greens and coriander (if desired) !

 

Hope you enjoy 

 

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