Bok Choy Indian Curry Recipe
Are you looking for a simple vegan curry recipe with great flavors and lots of plant-based protein?
This coconut vegan curry with bok choy needs less than 30 minutes to make and contains 9 grams of protein per serving.
What’s A Bok Choy Curry?
I know Bok Choy – also known as Pak Choy – is not a typical Indian vegetable.
But when it’s in season, it makes a great source of calcium, protein, and fiber.
My favorite Indian curry recipe is usually a classic chicken tikka masala recipe, but today I asked my Indian friend to share her easiest vegetarian curry recipe, one that doesn’t need Indian curry paste.
So the recipe she shared was an Indian spinach dish. I chose to adapt the recipe and make it with Bok Choy – it’s in season – it cost me only $2 for two bunches of Bok Choy in an Asian supermarket.
How To Make This Bok Choy Curry Recipe
What I love the most about curry sauces is the creamy, smooth, and spicy taste – not necessarily the tick sauce – this one is not.
This Bok Choy Curry definitely ticks all the boxes with an extra acid flavor of lemon that perfectly balances the chili.
- Bok Choy – Bok Choy is a delicious leafy vegetable. Prepare it by washing the leaves and removing the stem before roughly chopping it on.
- Unsweetened Coconut Milk or full-fat coconut cream to add creaminess to the curry.
- Vegetable Stock
- Coconut Oil or olive oil.
- Onion peeled and finely diced.
- Garlic Cloves peeled and finely chopped.
- Curry Powder
- Ground Turmeric
- Ground Fenugreek
- Fresh Grated Ginger
Serving Bok Choy Curry
Usually, the best way to eat an Indian curry is with white basmati rice, so the best is to use a keto-friendly alternative:
You can store leftovers in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Reheat them in a pan for a few minutes to enjoy it hot.
You can also freeze the Keto green curry for up to 3 months and rewarm it in the pan over medium heat.
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