23.02.2020|Savoury

Mango Coconut Curry

Curries have the great advantage that they are often very quick to prepare and always taste good. In my opinion the Indian cuisine is a very special one anyway, so I would not like to withhold this Mango Coconut Curry with Chickpeas from you.

The first time I ate this combination in an Indian restaurant I was completely swept off my feet. At first I thought that the combination of mango, coconut and chickpeas did not sound very tasty, but I wanted to try it anyway. And it was worth it! Since then we have this dish all the time when we really need something to eat quickly. Especially since I have these ingredients almost always at home in the pantry and the freezer.

This dish is also great for Meal Prep as you can prepare it quickly and it will keep for several days in the fridge. You could of course also freeze part of it and defrost it as needed.
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Mango Coconut Curry
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When I first tried the combination of mango and curry in an Indian restaurant, my heart immediately beat faster. Since then it has been around all the time, yet it is also so wonderfully easy and quick to prepare! Not even 20 minutes for such a magical dish. Isn't it amazing? If you don't know the combination of sweet fruit and hearty curry, you should definitely try it.

Duration 20 minutes
Ingredients for 2 portions
  • 100g rice
  • 1 tin of chick peas (approx. 265g drained weight)
  • 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
  • 1 onion
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 250g coconut milk light
  • 300g mango¹
  • 1 tablespoon curry
  • pepper, salt
Preparation
  1. cook rice as instructed on the package
  2. chop onions and garlic and fry briefly in coconut oil
  3. add the chickpeas and fry briefly
  4. add coconut milk and spices and simmer for about 10 minutes with the lid closed on a low heat
  5. add the mango and simmer again for about 5 minutes with the lid closed
Remarks
¹ You can use both fresh and frozen mango. If you use frozen ones, add a few minutes earlier to give them enough time to defrost.
Nutritional values for 1 portion
Calories
641 kcal
Fat
23,7g
Carbs
85,5g
Protein
16,4g
Tags:
vegan healthy plantbased easy high protein Mango quick savory lunch dinner non dairy simple meal prep few ingredients sugar free coconut Curry chickpeas
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