Saturday, August 13, 2011

Vegetable Yogurt Curry 蔬菜咖哩


I've been seeing quite a lot of people using yogurt to replace coconut milk in curry. So, I gave it a try and it didn't disappoint me. In fact, yogurt's natural sourness is very suitable to the curry.

In this curry, you can find five colors of vegetables in it. Purple from the onion and eggplant. Yellow from the potato. Green from the okra, green chili and mint leaves. Red from the tomato. White from the fresh button mushroom. I'm very satisfied with my meal with only the curry and steamed rice.

Vegetable Yogurt Curry 蔬菜咖哩
Serves 2-3

Ingredients:
1 potato, peeled and cut into pieces
1 round purple eggplant, cut into wedges
half of tomato, cut into wedges
2 green chili, cut into 2cm length
4 okra, cut into half
2 button mushroom, cut into wedges
8 pieces of vegetarian mutton
half onion, peeled and chopped
4 tbsp of yogurt
500ml of vegetable stock, from the potato boiling water
fresh curry paste
cooking oil

Seasonings:
light soy sauce to taste
sugar to taste

Steps:
1. Bring a pot of water to a boiling point. Add half tsp of salt and a tbsp of cooking oil. Blanch the okra and set aside. Then cook the potato till soft. Retain 500ml of the vegetable stock.
2. Heat up enough oil in a wok. Saute onion till fragrant. Add fresh curry paste to saute till oil is separated.
3. Add eggplant and vegetable stock. Bring for simmering.
4. When eggplant turns soft, add all other vegetables and vegetarian mutton to mix well. Bring it for simmering.
5. Add yogurt and seasonings to taste.
6. Garnish with mint leaves and serve hot with steamed rice.

24 comments:

Maris (in Good Taste) said...

I love new and different ways to enjoy vegetables!

reanaclaire said...

I havent used yogurt before, i used fresh milk instead.. one day i must try this too!

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ChiChi81 said...

Thank you for sharing this all-vegetable recipe. I love curry and I shall try this soon ;)

Cheers!

Wi
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tigerfish said...

Yes I will also be super satisfied with this + steamed rice :)

Priya said...

Excellent curry,looks colourful and yummy..

MaryMoh said...

A new way with curry....mmmm. Looks very heathy and delicious!

daphne said...

It is so much healthier to use yogurt! And it looks just as good. I like your 5 colours combination of vegetables too. The more the better.

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking curry looks wonderful

yummychunklet said...

This sounds easy and delicious. And, thanks for making the serving size smaller as opposed to serving six to eight!

SimpleGirl said...

delicious!!! i must try

Blackswan said...

Very interesting & healthy option to Coconut! Clever use of Yogurt instead of Coconut Milk. Well done :)

ICook4Fun said...

This dish is definitely much healthier than the regular curries. I like using yogurt in curry too it give a sourish taste.

kitchen flavours said...

Lovely bowl of curry. Looks delicious! I love yoghurt. Use it constantly in baking too. I always have homemade yoghurt in the fridge, am making a batch today. Have a nice day!

Rosita Vargas said...

Very good proposal, it looks absolutely delicious and very tempting, beautiful photos, hugs, blessings and warm.

Mei Teng said...

It's common to use yoghurt in Indian curries.

My Little Space said...

What a delicious looking mixed vegetables curry! You've tempted me to make some too.
Hoep you're having a great day.
Kristy

Mei Teng said...

Vegetable curry is welcome change from meaty curries.

Btw, I have quit blogging and happy with my decision.

babe_kl said...

ahh this is my kind of curry... with loads of veggies! if only the family likes the replacement of santan with yoghurt :(

noobcook said...

I've not tried yoghurt in curry b4, it's always rich and sinful coconut milk for me. Time to try it out one day :)

~*zOee*~ said...

Healthuer curry! Less fat :D

Penang Property said...

This reminds me of the Month-Nine vegetarian festival on the Penang island. The vegetable curry is always one of my favorite. Love this dish :)

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Long time don't see you posting, hope everything's fine with you
Take care

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

never try add yogurt in curry, must try next time i cook veggie curry again. Thanks for sharing.

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