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I have made a version of this sauce a couple times now, once a few weeks ago when I served delicious Thai inspired meatballs to dip into it, I have tossed it with rice noodles for a quick and flavorful meal and this time I made it specifically for a stir fry. I included my recipe for this particular stir fry, to give you an idea on how to serve it, but the vegetables can really be whatever you want them to be. Since I always end up making more sauce than what I need, I store it in a glass mason jar with a tight lid for up to a week. NOTE: This sauce can be used in any stir fry of your choice, use whatever vegetables you would like.
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Add blanched vegetables and rice to the curry sauce, season to taste and top with chopped basil and serve. This Vegetable Curry makes a wonderful vegetarian dish to serve as a main course with some fluffy brown, white or jasmine rice, or as a side dish to serve with grilled chicken. Bring to a simmer then reduce heat and cook covered for about 2 - 4 minutes or until the vegetables are fork tender. I love how robust the flavors of red curry is, there is a strong taste of lemongrass and chiles with a hint of ginger.

I happened to pick up a beautiful large head of napa cabbage since I had been craving something like that, but you could also use bok choy, broccoli, carrots, snow peas, etc. This sauce make a great dipping sauce or could be served over steamed broccoli, rice or rice noodles for a quick and easy bite. This means if you make a purchase using these links above – your cost remains the same, but I earn a small percentage to help support this blog. I added some broccoli as bergy suggested, and I used some plain soy milk instead of cream, because it was honestly all i had on hand! The vegetables in this dish were chosen for no particular reason other that it’s what I had on hand. It is naturally gluten-free and vegetarian, easily made vegan by skipping the fish sauce and adding in gluten-free soy sauce instead. Add the cabbage and bell pepper and cook until the cabbage is just starting to wilt, about 5-8 minutes. I just wish I had a bit more color in my vegetables, but I used the red bell pepper I had meant to use for this in another recipe earlier in the week, so I used the yellow instead. I've been gluten-free for over 10 years, I avoid processed, refined foods and I am a "conscientious omnivore" that believes in balanced, intuitive eating.

The reader assumes full responsibility for consulting a qualified health professional before starting a new diet or health program. As you can see in the photo below, the peppers, cabbage and noodles all blend together in color, but I can promise that the flavors are all distinct and complimentary of each other. I just have this funny thing about having tons of colors in my stir fries, must be a graphic designer thing. Lower the heat and add about 1 cup of the red curry peanut sauce (you can add more or less, depending on how saucy you want it).
The writer(s) and publisher(s) of this site are not responsible for adverse reactions, effects, or consequences resulting from the use of any recipes or suggestions herein or procedures undertaken hereafter. Add the rice noodles to a large bowl and pour the stir fried vegetables and sauce over top.

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