Post in collaboration with Ecomil. All opinions are, as always, my own.
Hello my loves!
Sorry for my little absence, but exans are currenly killing me, so I don’t have much time to ramble about all things potato as I would like.
Which is 24/7, obviously. Potatoes are life, hey!
ANYWAY! I was able to take the littlest of breaks to sit in front of my laptop, close all the Excel & Word docs and write up this fabulous recipe for you peeps to enjoy.
It involves all of my favourites: potatoes? check! seitan? checkity check!! creamy sauce? you bet! all the spices? yassssssssssss.
It’s healthy, delicious to boot and also the easiest thing to make. Seriously, it couldn’t be any easier to make I’m telling you. I’ve actually whipped this up while revising for an upcoming test.
Did the curry turn out fine? Very. Will the exam go alright?
WE SHALL SEE.
*cries herself to seel in a dark corner, buried under the weight of 4327874 assignments and a huge pile of mugs with coffee stains that she should totally have washed a while ago*
Can we, like, replace all the exams with bowls of curry, blankets and Netflix session? Now, that’s a petition I would gladly sign AND harass all my Facebook friends into signing as well.
I don’t know mate: curry is just the best. Creamy, conforting and jam-packed with veggies so you can feel good about yourself even though you haven’t put a foot in the gym ever since exam season started. However, it’s not only vegetables that make this a nutrition powerhouse.
We’ve also got some plant protein in the form of quinoa and seitan and a lovely spiced almond sauce replacing the traditional heavy cream, which is the perfect thing to cut down on saturated fats and add even more flavour.
The cream I went for is the new Ecomil India almond cream. It’s such a perfect way to add some extra taste to your dishes without having to look for 34278 different spices. As always, it’s free of nasties and made from organic, wholesome stuff, so if you’re looking to add some extra something to your cooking: let it be it. You won’t regret it!
Now, let me go back to my huge pile of homework. For those of you who all free from exams: enjoy this bowl while you chill in the sofa with a good movie tonight! And for those of you poor souls struggling with exams: enjoy a bowl while you finish your revision (and try not to spill any curry sauce in those papers heh)
Hope you pals enjoy this!
Have a lovely week!