We love curries, this Balti Curry is so easy to make, comforting and a total crowd pleaser. Only takes 20 minutes to make and is gluten free. Great for batch cooking too!
Takes: 20 mins | Makes: 4 Servings | Difficulty: Beginner
This Balti curry recipe is a delicious rich tomato based curry dish. In this recipe we like to use pumpkin when it’s in season but you can easily use sweet potato or butternut squash and make it any time of year. We like to leave the skin on our veg where possible as thats where lots of the fibre is. Balti curry recipes like many Indian dishes uses a lot of spices to give a great depth of flavour but don’t worry if you don’t have all the ground spices to hand you can simply use curry powder and a bit of chilli if you like. We love this recipe as it’s really adaptable to whatever you have in the fridge and cupboard, simply use your favourite veg and cooked beans and any leafy greens you like.
FAQ – frequently asked questions
Yes of course, when pumpkins are not in season we love to just replace them with equal portion of similar veg such as sweet potato or butternut squash or even carrots.
No problem, simply use an equal amount of curry powder in place of all the different spices.
Yes indeed it freezes really well and heats up great.
Store it in a reusable tub in the fridge. It will last for 2 days in the fridge.
Yes indeed, white onions, green onions, leeks or even scallions can work in place, the onions function as the base flavours
It will last for 2 days in the fridge