Japanese Vegetable Curry

Profile photo of Kim CampbellBy Kim Campbell  ,   ,

October 20, 2015

Japanese Vegetable Curry is a mild flavored dish loaded with an assortment of mixed vegetables. It has the perfect balance of sweetness combined with the rich flavors of curry. This dish is a recipe that comes from the PlantPure Nation frozen meals.

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 15 mins
  • Yields: Serves 4-6

Ingredients

1 medium potato, diced into 1/2 inch cubes

1 1/2 cups lite coconut milk

1 cup water

3 tablespoons tomato paste

1/4 cup whole wheat flour

1 1/2 tablespoons agave

1 tablespoon curry powder

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1 cup corn, frozen or fresh

1 cup peas, frozen or fresh

2 carrots, julienned

1 red bell pepper, julienned

1 small onions, diced

1 bunch bok choy, bias cut, fresh

Directions

11. Cut potato and steam in water until tender. Set aside.

22. Whisk together the coconut milk, water, tomato paste, flour, agave, curry powder, and sea salt until everything is well blended. Cook over medium-high heat and stir often with a whisk until the mixture becomes bubbly and thickened.

33. Add the remaining vegetables to the curry sauce and cook over medium heat until the bok choy is wilted and carrots become tender.

44. Serve over whole grain rice, quinoa, or pasta.

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8 Reviews

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Kim Campbell

June 19, 2016

It goes to the publisher July 1st and we are told January 2017. Thank you and so glad you are enjoying the recipes!!

Brenda

June 13, 2016

Can’t wait for your next cookbook. Any idea when it will be out? I have enjoyed your last one so much!!!

Nancy

May 14, 2016

This dish is absolutely delicious!

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Kim Campbell

May 6, 2016

It is very similar to the frozen meal we use in our Jumpstarts. It will be available in the next PlantPure Nation Cookbook as well.

Mary Wolford

April 21, 2016

I had this from the frozen meal and it was delicious! I’m glad I found the recipe on here.

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Kim Campbell

March 6, 2016

All plants contain some protein, but I do not have the actual breakdown of nutrients for this recipe. If you are concerned that you need more protein, you can certainly add beans, tofu, or tempeh to this recipe.

Martybee

March 2, 2016

This sounds yummy. As a main course, does it have protein in it?

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Leonie

January 18, 2016

So simple and quick to make and really tasty. Husband and 4 year old daughter loved it. This will be a regular meal in my house now.

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