Southern Curry - Yup (fo real fo real)

This was some fun. A curry from the South. We got the urge and recipe from the blog Teach Eat Love. Thank you Anne.

We had some left over rice we fried up, otherwise we would have started with a pot of rice.
To get down and dirty we melted 2 tablespoons of virgin coconut oil, which of course smelled amazing.

Then we added one half of a big onion, 3 cloves of garlic, 1 red pepper, and enough sweet and yellow potatoes, a 50/50 mix, to fill our tummies. about 3 each; all chopped up. We sauteed them for about 7 minutes till the onions were soft and everything started smelling like something.

In the meantime we mixed up 2 tablespoons of curry, 1 can of coconut oil, and 2 tablespoon of creamy peanut butter.

We added the curry sauce to the veggies and boiled the mix for about 20 minutes, testing the spuds for being soft. We continued adding a little water here and there to keep the creaminess nice and runny. Halfway through we added a couple of handful of kale (all chopped up small, which was a great suggestion) and 1 can of chickpeas. We adjusted the seasoning with just a bit of salt and pepper.

It was absolutely delicious. Lucy gave it two thumbs up.

Much thanks to Teach Eat Love for the great recipe. It was fun to make.