Super Yummy and Easy Keto Veggie Curry

This is my healthy, Keto friendly, go to curry that I have just about every day because it is so quick and easy to make. All the ingredients are readily available, and you can change up the vegies to use up whatever you have in the fridge or whatever is fresh in season.

Set up time 5 mins
Cook time 8-12mins
Steam time 3-5mins

Ingredients for one serving.

2-3 cups of chopped (approx. 2cm) organic Keto friendly vegetables such as
Pumpkin, Zucchini, Carrot, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Eggplant, Bok Choy.
1 Heaped Tablespoon Coconut Oil
1 Heaped Tablespoon Ghee (Can leave out and use olive oil or an extra TBSP of Coconut Oil)
1-2 teaspoons Curry Powder
1 teaspoon Turmeric Powder
1 teaspoon Garam Masala
½ teaspoon of low carb/no added sugar vegetable stock powder
2-4 Tablespoons of warm water
3 heaped Tablespoons of good quality Coconut Cream

1/ In a saucepan, heat the Coconut oil and Ghee on low-med heat.

2/ Add the vegetables in and allow the oils to coat the vegetables for around 30 secs

3/ Add all your spices (Curry powder, Turmeric, Garam Masala, Vege Stock) Add more or less spice depending on how spicy you like your curry! You can add other spices depending on your tastes, but I like to keep it simple!

4/Stir well and allow to heat through for around 2 minutes so the aromas infiltrate the vegetables.

5/Add just enough water to cover the base of the pot. You just want to steam the vegetables. If you want a thicker sauce, use less water, if you want a runnier sauce, use more. Keep practicing to know what works best for you.
Pop the lid on and cook for 8-12 minutes depending on what type on vegetables you are using and how you soft you like them.

6/Take the lid off and add the coconut cream. Reduce heat to minimum setting or even turn the heat off and allow to steam for 3-5 minutes.

Make a side salad with avocado and kimchi and sprinkle it with nutritional yeast to get your B vitamins. You may also like to serve it with a Keto friendly bread and butter if it’s within your carb count.

Coconut cream is one of those things that you will want to spend the extra money on and get good quality stuff because it does make a difference. You want to read the label too because there is so many differences in carb and sugar figures depending on each brand.


All the nutrition and colour you need in a meal!
Organic pumpkin, zucchini, broccoli, carrot and eggplant curry.
Side salad with beetroot kimchi, sprouts and nutritional yeast.
Keto friendly bread and butter. Yum!

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