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Cauliflower, Chickpea Curry with Rice (GF)

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU WASH THE FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND HERBS BEFORE YOU START.

COOKING TIME
30 Mins

DIFFICULTY

INGREDIENTS 2p 4p
Onion 1/2 1
Sweet potato 1 2
Cauliflower 1/4 ½
Spinach handful 2 handfuls
Coriander 2 stalks 4 stalks
Diced tomato 300 ml 600 ml
Coconut milk 300 ml 600 ml
Chickpeas 125 gr 250 gr
Spice mix (turmeric, cumin, garam masala, cayenne pepper) 1.5 tbsp 3 tbsp
*Oil 1 tbsp 2 tbsp

* PRODUCTS ARE PANTRY ITEMS AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOX NEITHER ARE SALT AND PEPPER

  Nutrition per 100 Grams

  Energy 313Kj
  Protein 3g
  Fat, Total 3g
  –  Saturated 2.2g
  Carbohydrates 7.7g
  – Sugars 3.1g
  Sodium 66g
  Allergens None

TOOLS: 2 sauce pans, strainer, wooden spoon/spatula

METHOD

1

PREP                                     

Dice onion ● chop sweet potato into 1.5 cm pieces leaving skin on ● cut cauliflower into small florets ● drain and rinse the chickpeas and set aside

2

BOIL                                  

Place rice in a saucepan add 1.5 cups of water per cup of rice ● cover, bring to the boil, reduce to low and simmer for 15 minutes ● remove from heat and let rest for 5 minutes with lid on ● fluff with a fork

3

COOK SAUCE 1                                  

Heat medium size saucepan with oil on medium heat ● add onion and cook for 2 minutes ● add potato and cook for a further 4 minutes ● finally add cauliflower florets, salt and spice mix ● cook for 2 more minutes

4

COOK SAUCE 2                   

Add coconut milk and diced tomatoes to the curry mix ● bring sauce to the boil then reduce to low heat and simmer for 10-12 minutes until cauliflower and potato are tender ● add chickpeas and cook for 3 more minutes ● taste and season with salt & pepper if necessary

5

FINISH                        

Coarsely chop coriander ● place rice in a bowl ● top with the curry sauce and garnish with the chopped coriander leaves

Attention customers with food allergies. Our products may contain traces of allergens, such as wheat, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, or wheat.