Two-Day Curry could be #Vegan

This is chicken curry, but it doesn’t have to be chicken. It could totally be vegan.

I don’t often make a long and complicated recipe, but Oldest Grandson was coming for dinner and he requested curry, so I made this.

First, I made this Brown Curry Sauce. I make it pretty much the way the recipe goes, except I used fresh tomatoes instead of canned, since I scored a bunch of great veg at the farmers market. I also put some garam masala powder in.

While that was going on, I sautéed some mushrooms, cauliflower, green peppers, tiny skinny green beans, and Amish chicken with vegan margarine (because I like it) and curry powder. I let all this sit in the fridge overnight.

The next day, I put it all together in my Instant Pot and let it simmer down and thicken. It looks like this:

Served it over Jasmine rice. It got high marks from my grandson.

I’m blogging at Fatal Foodies about some disappointing vegan “meat” we tried.

A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about something that takes a long time to create.

MA

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      Marian Allen
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      September 11, 2018 at 8:19am

      Wow! I’m patting myself on the back now. Yeah, I have to admit, it was good, even the bites with no chicken in. 🙂

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      Marian Allen
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      September 12, 2018 at 8:19am

      Ooo, what accessories have you chosen? I only have the rack that comes with it. I already have a metal steamer. And I love that saute function, too. Any device that removes a step where I have to pour a hot thing into another thing is good.

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      • Did you receive my reply about the accessories? I found a different brand of stackable pressure cooker pots at amazon by Maxrock. I’ve ordered everything now I just want it all to be here so I can cook something in it.
        I’ll be scouring recipes from now til then trying to decide what to make. I’d make your curry, but He-Man isn’t a fan of curry sadly. ?

        In case you’re wondering why replacement sealing rings? I’ll keep the original one for savory food, and the red replacement ring for sweets so they don’t have a smell or taste from the savory ring. I have heard that happens.

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          Marian Allen
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          September 13, 2018 at 7:50am

          Yes, I did! I bought some extra seal rings, too, but I’ve never made sweets in the pot, so I don’t know if I need them for that. I just got them in case the original ring ever goes bad.

          Charlie won’t eat curry, either. I only made it because Oldest Grandson requested it.

          Let me know how the accessories work out!

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      Marian Allen
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      September 12, 2018 at 8:21am

      I do love mine. Sometimes I wish I had bought a size larger, but my little one is plenty big enough for just Charlie and me.

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