>One Pot Potato Curry with Coconut Milk and Chickpeas

>This easy curry isn’t actually my recipe. RP gave it to me years ago, and it has actually been years since I made it. I’ve fallen in love with it all over again. Creamy, a little spicy, warm, comforting, and, most importantly, easy.

1T veggie oil
1C chopped onions (I use a sweet onion – I hate red onions)
1T curry powder
2T flour
14.5 oz veggie broth (or water – I was out of broth last night, so used water and it came out fine)
1 1/3lb potatoes – chopped (I also peeled them last night)
1 Can garbanzo beans
1/2C coconut milk
Salt and Pepper to taste

Heat oil, add onions. Cook 8-10 minutes until browned. Mix in curry powder, cook and stir for 1 minute. Mix in flour, whisk in broth. Increase heat to high, bring to a boil.

Mix in potatoes and return to a boil. Cover, reduce heat. let cook for 15-20 minutes. Mix in chickpeas (garbanzo beans) and coconut milk. Heat through and season.

Serve with your favourite naan.


About Kelly

Vegan blogger, foodie, yarn junkie, novice gardener, shoe hater.

Posted on July 23, 2010, in chickpeas, curry, garbanzo beans, potato. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. >I love chickpeas and I like coconut milk. I haven't tried the two together. Certainly will now.


  2. >I hope you enjoy it! The sauce is to-die-for.I'm making it tonight with the addition of eggplant.


  3. >I found your blog awhile ago through the ww20s board. I have some leftover coconut milk from another dish so I'll try this recipe this week! sounds good, do you ever add other veggies to the soup?


  4. >Thank you, Lauren!You can add whatever veggies you want. I know I've done bell pepper before. Broccoli may be good in it. When I did it with eggplant, I found it got a little watery, and I suggest avoiding it with this particular curry.Let me know how it turns out!


  5. >Yay,I finally was able to make the curry. I added some leftover cauliflower, a garlic clove (love garlic) and some cayenne pepper. I had some cilantro and scallions on top, once it was done. It turned out really well and I have tons of leftovers. See you on the boards!


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