Monday, 3 October 2016


I came up with this recipe when I fancied doing something a little bit different with my weekly veg prep and now it's a firm favourite of mine. It's such an easy way of using any veg you have in the fridge as things can be subbed in and out as you wish.

My curry paired with roasted chilli broccoli, chicken & sweet potato mash

The use of bone broth instead of stock reduces the salt content and provides an extra nutrient boost. Bone broth is packed full of collagen, glycine and glutamine, to name a few, which can help heal the gut lining, promote healthy hair and skin as well as fight inflammation.

Of course for any vegetarians or vegans out there you can sub the bone broth for vegetarian stock and then actually have this as a main dish on its own as it's so substantial. However, I often have the curry as a veggie side, as shown above, and then have it with chicken, salmon or sea bass.


1 tbsp garam masala
1 tsp turmeric powder
2 tsp cumin seeds
3 cloves of garlic, crushed
1cm fresh ginger, very finely chopped
1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped
2 red onions, finely sliced
1 tbsp coconut oil

1/2 head of cauliflower, chopped into small florets

2 large potatoes of choice, diced (can be sweet potatoes, white potatoes or one of each!)
300ml chicken bone broth (can sub for vegetable stock if you're veggie/vegan)
1tbsp tomato purée
400g tin of chopped tomatoes
400g tin of butter beans (chickpeas also work well)
2 handfuls of spinach 
100g raw cashew nuts
Pink himalayan salt and black pepper to taste

Handful of coriander, finely chopped - separate the stems from the leaves and then chop


1. Gently warm the spices in a large pan over a medium heat for a couple of minutes before adding the coconut oil and red onion.

2. Once the onion has softened, add the garlic, ginger and chilli and continue to cook for a couple more minutes.

3. Add the cauliflower, potatoes, bone broth, tomato purée, tomatoes and seasoning and bring to the boil before reducing to a simmer for about 20 minutes. You want the potato to be soft but not too soft that it's falling apart. 

4. While this is simmering, add the cashews to a frying pan and gently toast until golden. Remove from the heat and set aside. 

5. 5 minutes before the curry is done simmering, add the butter beans, spinach and chopped coriander stems.

6. Once finished, stir in the cashews, serve up and garnish with the chopped coriander leaves.


Jess x

As with all curries, they taste even better the next day - perfect for luncboxes!

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