Easy One Pot Curry

This is one of my favorite meals to make in a pinch and that will last a few days. The recipe I've shared below can be changed depending on what veggies you have on hand. I usually take a look and see what I have in my pantry, fridge and freezer and add different veggies each time. You could also add chicken or any kind of meat if you'd like!

-Any kind of rice (wild, jasmine, white, basmati)

-1 Jar of Marsala Simmer Sauce (Trader Joes) -1 Can Coconut Milk -1 Carrot Chopped -Broccoli (1 Head or about a 1 1/2 cups of frozen) -1 Zucchini -1 Large Tomato or a handful of grape tomatoes (you could also use a can of chopped) -1 Can Garbanzo Beans (drained + rinsed) -1 Cup Frozen Peas -2 Potatoes (any kind works)

Throw all the ingredients into an pot and let it simmer on low until everything is cooked. If you are adding meat to the curry, brown the meat first in oil and then add everything else.

Cook rice as you normally would or according to the directions. *Rinsing your rice before cooking will help prevent the rice from becoming too starchy or mushy.

Add a scoop of rice to a bowl and add curry on top! You can add toppings such as chopped cilantro or fresh tomatoes.


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