We’re back on the sauce this week with this incredible Indian curry sauce. This one is vegetable based so its a great way to increase how many hidden vegetables you can squeeze into your dinner. It yields more than enough for 2 days worth of dinners too! It’s really delicious and easy to make once you have your veg roasted! Let us know in the comments what you think.

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Dave & Steve.

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  1. Just made this to get me through the last week of writing my Masters dissertation and it absolutely hit the spot, glad to be getting lots of nutrients in for the week and it's absolutely delish as well, made it with some roast broccoli, delighted. Thanks lads, hoping to get down to Greystones for a swimrise soon!

  2. Would love to see you guys get your own cookery show on TV here in the UK, just like BOSH and their Living on the Veg show on ITV. I think you would be perfect for TV and I would love to see a prime time plant based cookery show on the bbc or channel 4.

  3. I find your YouTube uplifting and fun it's just FYI as you probably already know since I took your class – I'm in oil free vegan — i'm desperately trying to lose weight keep weight off so I just don't add oil but otherwise it looks great thank you for inspiring people with vegan cooking…

  4. If you don't have coconut milk, I think plain unsweetened soy yogurt can be used instead. If you don't like cilantro/coriander, you can just use other light fresh herbs like parsley, mint, basil, chives or diced green onions or white/yellow/red onions, fresh sweet bell peppers or even a squeeze of lime/lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, other vinegar if you have nothing else. I'll be making this beautiful recipe in the video tonight! <3