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Thai Vegetable Curry with Optional Tofu for Caterers

gluten free
wheat free
2 spoon difficulty rating

30-50 minutes

Vegetable preparation plus 20-30 minutes cooking

Serves: 25-35 portions

Thai Vegetable Curry with Optional Tofu for Caterers

This lovely curry is a winner. Simply ensure that the curry paste you buy is vegan - that it contains no shrimp or fish sauce. Good vegan brands include Thai Taste www.thaitaste.co.uk/products and for products and stockists

(NB some brands eg Blue Dragon, MaiSri and MaePloy are NOT vegetarian/vegan)

Or make your own - add a little more salt and soya sauce to replace the fish/shrimp sauce.  www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/greencurrypaste_67789

 

 

 

Ingredients: 

  • Rice: 1.5-2K Jasmine or sticky variety
  • Tofu: 6 packs of plain (225g each) OR 1.350K cut into cubes and shallow or deep-fried. Tofu cubes are quickest and nicest when deep-fried

 

Curry

  • 90ml plain oil
  • 6 medium onions – any colour – chopped
  • 6 aubergines, cut into small pieces
  • 4K assorted veg – a selection of these: 
    • fine green beans (frozen work well)
    • red, orange or yellow peppers chopped into strips
    • carrot sticks
    • broccoli or cauliflower florets, quite small
    • courgette pieces
    • baby sweetcorn
    • mange-tout
    • sweet potatoes, cubed

Plus

  • 60-100g (6-10 dessertspoons) of Thai curry paste, vegan-suitable, red or green. Use a smaller amount if red, larger amount if green. See notes above re suitable brands
  • 24 Kaffir lime leaves
  • 6 x 400ml tins coconut milk OR 2.4-2.5L
  • Salt and black pepper
  • 3 limes +, juiced OR 70-100ml to taste of bottled lime juice
  • Light soya sauce to taste
  • 2 dsp light  brown sugar
  • Coriander, fresh, 1 large bunch

 

Optional accompaniments

  • Cashews, roasted, 200g packet for garnish
  • Chilli flakes, served on the side

 

Method: 

 1. Prepare all vegetables and set aside. Fry tofu cubes and set aside. 

 2. Heat the oil and fry the onion until translucent. Add the aubergine and fry until just tender. Add a little water or stock if it starts to stick. 

3. Add the rest of the vegetables, the curry paste, coconut milk, sugar, soya sauce, lime leaves, lime juice, salt and black pepper. Cook for 15-20 minutes or until the vegetables are just tender. Don't overcook. Add the fried tofu pieces about 5 minutes before the end to heat through. Put rice on to coincide with the curry being ready - rice in Indian dishes takes about 11 minutes but South East Asian rice tends to be stickier so cook a minute or two longer if you want the authentic taste!

4. Taste and adjust seasoning - salt, pepper, soya sauce, lime juice - if necessary.

5. Stir the chopped coriander into the curry and serve it with the rice and any accompaniments.

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