I never used to like Indian food, curries were always too spicy and I hate coriander but recently I have been experimenting with trying different recipes and I have finally found a curry recipe that I love. I am even warming to coriander- I know, who am I?! Mark and I are obsessed with these garlic and coriander naans from M&S. It is pretty lethal having a mini M&S at the garage up the road, their food is far more delicious than our food budget allows...
* Carrots, brocolli and peas
* Butternut squash
* Spinach and kale
* Coconut milk
Fry some cumin seeds and coriander in a splash of oil until the cumin seeds are brown and popping around the pan.
Boil your potatoes, carrots and butternut squash until cooked. Add all of your veg into a pan and fry until browned.
Add a tin of coconut milk and simmer at a low heat.
Add a couple of dollops of curry paste (technical term but just add to taste) and stir into the mix. Your mixture should be bubbling away at a low heat.
Shred some spinach and stir into your curry.
Add some kale and simmer for a few more minutes until the kale is softened.
Serve piping hot with naan bread and enjoy!