11 of the best vegan curry recipes all in one place! From Yellow “Chicken” Curry to Green Thai Curry, there is a recipe for everyone. Most recipes made in 30 minutes, all recipes gluten-free for quick and delicious weeknight meals.
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If you know anything about me, then you know I LOVE LOVE LOVE curry. Give me all the curries and I am one happy gal. Perhaps, that’s why you’ll find so many vegan curry recipes on my blog.
While there are many differences between Indian and Thai, curry of any kind is among my favorite food. And that is why I am back today rounding up my favorite vegan Thai and Indian curries from around the internet.
These recipes are:
- rich and creamy
- packed with protein
- hearty and wholesome
- spiced to PERFECTION
If you’re on the fence about vegan curry, these recipes will change your mind.
Serving And Storing
Serving – Curry is best when it is served hot from the skillet over freshly made rice, cauliflower rice, or flatbread. Serve it with fresh herbs and spices.
Storing – Typically, you can store leftover curry in the fridge for 3-5 days or the freezer for up to 4 months. Make sure it cools completely before transferring it into freezer safe containers. To reheat, let the curry thaw completely at room temperature before gently reheating over the stovetop or in the microwave.
Tips And Tricks
- When a recipe calls for herbs, ginger, or garlic, always use fresh. Rather than powdered spices, fresh add so much additional flavor to curry dishes that can’t be beat.
- Make the rice fresh when you serve the curry. If you want to make the curry the day before serving, you can, just make the rice when you intend to serve the curry. Rice tastes best fresh and often doesn’t store well.
- For a grain-free alternative, serve these curry dishes over cauliflower rice
- Curries are generally very versatile. Feel free to taste and adjust seasonins liberally to your liking.
Frequently Asked Questions
For sure! Often times curry is better on day two, after the flavors have been able to marinate for a bit. You can prepare most curry up to 3 days in advance and store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator. However, do not make the rice until you are ready to serve.
While both curries contain vegetables and protein cooked in a thick rich sauce, Indian curry uses a mixture of dry spices such as cumin and turmeric and is cooked in a tomato sauce that is typically less heavy and rich. Thai curry, on the other hand, uses a curry paste and is made with fresh ingredients cooked together in a coconut milk sauce. Read more about the difference between the two types of curry.
Typically Thai curry is spicier than Indian curry but in all recipes, the spice can be adjusted. If you are concerned with spice, start with a small amount and taste and adjust as you go.
Vegan Curry Recipes
Here are 11 of my favorite vegan curry recipes.
This is a blend of Thai and Indian curry recipes that are all vegan, gluten-free, easy to make, and FULL of FLAVOR. If you are a curry skeptic, these delicous recipes will change your mind!
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That’s it! 11 incredible vegan curry recipes. Now let’s get cooking!