Vegetarische Spinazie Curry; koolhydraatarm én lekker voor kinderen


Afbeeldingsresultaat voor spinach curry vegetarian

Eén van mijn favoriete vegetarische gerechten en ook nog eens koolhydraat arm (én 100% plantaardig), is deze spinazie curry. Ook kinderen vinden het over het algemeen erg lekker!

In plaats van vlees, gebruiken we tempeh. Tempeh bevat ijzer en vitamine B1. Bij de meeste supermarkten vind je tempeh bij de vegetarische producten.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor cashewnoten

Ingrediënten

  • 1 eetlepel olijfolie

  • 1 eetlepel Patak's Indiase Kruidenpasta Madras

  • 40 gram cashewnoten

  • 1 eetlepel rode wijnazijn 

  • 400 gram spinazie

  • 250 gram tempeh

  • 2 uien

        Afbeeldingsresultaat voor spinach curry vegetarian

        Hoe maak je het?

        1.    Hak de de cashewnoten in stukjes

        2.    Snipper de ui

        3.    Doe de olijfolie in een grote wok samen met de kruidenpasta en zet deze op het vuur

        4.    Voeg de ui toe en bak deze glazig

        5.    Voeg een beetje water toe om te voorkomen dat de massa aanbrandt

        6.    Snijd de tempeh in kleine plakjes en voeg deze toe aan de ui

        7.    Roerbak het geheel enkele minuten en voeg wat rode wijnazijn toe

        8.    Voeg de spinazie in delen toe

        9.    Haal de pan van het vuur zodra de spinazie goed begint te slinken

        10.  Verdeel de snelle spinazie curry over de borden en garneer het met de stukjes cashewnoten

        11.  Klaar is de snelle spinazie curry


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