Happy National Curry week, everyone! Pleased to announce this year I teamed up with Quorn to celebrate the nation’s obsession with this amazing, diverse comfort food. Although this is a sponsored post, it’s based on my honest opinions. With so many different varieties of this dish, we want you to use this week as an opportunity to get adventurous in the kitchen and try as many new curry recipes as possible. So this week, we’re going to celebrate the diversity of amazing Indian cuisine and endless curry possibilities it has to offer. Curry lovers, I know you’re already on board! And if some of you haven’t had a proper curry experience yet, well this week is definitely the best time to start your turmeric love affair. After trying my Vegan Korma, there is no going back, so be warned! Things will never be the same again.
Quorn is a unique and nutritious protein source and an easy-to-cook meat alternative, it’s available as many different products that can be either vegan or vegetarian. Quorn products will give you a chance to veganise the impossible so you’ll have a great opportunity to create meat and dairy-free versions of some of the most popular Indian curries. We’ll be cooking with Quorn Vegan Pieces and Quorn Vegan Fillets this week and I hope you’ll get to try all three recipes. Quorn Vegan Pieces make an amazing paneer substitute too - they have a great texture and absorb spices and flavours really well. You can make an amazing vegan version of Palak Paneer with these. Head over to the Quorn website for the recipe.
And who said vegans can't have Korma? Yes, we can, just a healthier version with less saturated fat! Try this Quorn Vegetable Korma. It's made with Quorn Vegan Pieces and I bet you're dying to find out what's in that rich and creamy Korma sauce? Head over to the Quorn website to find out how I make my favourite comfort food. I could literally swim in it! Look how creamy! Korma is mild and sweet so it’s a perfect curry for those who have had a traumatic experience with chillies in the past. Give a curry another chance by making this dish and you won’t be dissapointed.
And last but not least, I saved for you something really special: try this incredibly rich and flavoursome Quorn Vegan Butter Chicken. Thank you, Quorn, for making this possible. If vegans can enjoy the ultimate Indian cuisine classic, Creamy Butter Chicken nowadays, than I am completely satisfied. This Butter Chicken Curry is made with Quorn Vegan Fillets. You will be amazed with their taste and texture, they're one of the most realistic tasting meat alternatives I have had a chance to try.
I hope you like the recipes and I hope I got you in the mood for the whole week. Which one are you going to make first? If you try any of these, don’t forget to tag me and Quorn on your Instagram account, we would love to see the final result! And just so you know, during National Curry week, a curry for breakfast is totally acceptable, I do it all the time 😄