Warm up with a delicious curry in the woods.
You'll need a high walled pan or a pot for this recipe.
- 2 cups flour
- 1 tbs sugar
- 1 tsp yeast
- 1 tsp salt
- 3/4 cup warm water
- 1 tsp powered coconut milk powder
In a bowl or on a level surface place, make a freaking volcano of flour and pour warm water/coconut milk directly into crater. Then, add your yeast and sugar, stir and wait 5 minutes for the yeast to activate.
Collapse your volcano by slowly incorporating the dry flour into the center. Once all mixed, need the dough into a ball and set it aside to rest until your curry is almost ready.
Segment into 4 pieces, roll it out into 1/8 to 1/4 thick and fry on a pan or oil it up and toss it on a grill. They should puff up slightly and be chewy and delicious.
- Chop a large onion, a carrot or two and cube a couple potatoes too. Don't forget celery. Get this big mix into a hot pot with a table spoon of cooking oil.
- Once softened, add a can of chick peas, a few large diced tomatoes (1/2 can of tomato paste would also do the trick) and water...Don't drown it though. If you have some brussel sprouts, go for it! Zucchini? Do it!
- It's time to spice it up. Don't skimp here! Add your powdered curry (1 tablespoon, at least) Paprika do get a bit of smokey flavour, thyme, a couple tsp of salt and a tsp of pepper. If you've want to feel some kick, toss in some hot peppers, tabasco sauce or some cayenne powder.
- Greens are a happy addition to this curry, so toss in some kale.
- Let it simmer for a while and get the Naan ready.
Minute rice is happy addition to the plate. Get your water boiling, add your rice, wait 5 minutes and Bob's your uncle.
It's time to pig out! Enjoy!