This vegan curry recipe was a firm favourite with my customers when I ran Glow, a vegan meal prep delivery service.
This is such a child-friendly recipe: my two lap it up and you can be safe in the knowledge you are providing a healthy, nutritionally balanced meal.
Chickpeas are a great source of fiber which can really help digestion. They are also a good source of protein and nutrients including iron. For people hoping to drop a bit of weight, recipes including chickpeas can be beneficial as they are low calorie and keep you feeling fuller for longer thanks to the fibre and protein.
It's really tasty, dead easy to make and freezes well if you decide to batch cook. I love it served with half rice, half chips and a whopping big garlic and coriander naan bread for a perfect Saturday night fake away. Or keep it super healthy without the bread and chips....... If I've got time I bake my own naan breads using this recipe from My My Ginger Garlic Kitchen.
If you are pushed for time and baking breads is the last thing you feel like doing, there are some fantastic vegan naan breads out there, often discovered in your local corner shop, Morrison's also stock these too. The brand is Clay Oven Bakery and you get two huge naan breads for £1.49.
For perfect, fluffy white rice check out my video on House of Herbivores.
Serve with or without a side order of Jim Dog 🐶 Enjoy and thanks so much for reading!
Emma is a freelance writer and cook who created the blog House of Herbivores—a vegan family blog. Emma shares her family favourite recipes, vegan product reviews, tips and tricks for the new vegan and insights into life as a vegan family. Emma was inspired to switch to a plant based lifestyle three years ago for health reasons as she suffers from Ulcerative Colitis, inflammation of the bowel. After discovering the benefits of plant-based living Emma fell in love with veganism and began to swap beauty and household products as well as her clothing to ensure everything is always cruelty free. Follow Emma on Instagram @houseofherbivoresblog and on Facebook @houseofherbivores.