Here’s the recipe for runner beans and potatoes in a coconut milk curry.
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I used a recipe from Short-Cut Vegetarian by Lorna Sass as a guide. The recipe calls for leeks to be cooked in olive oil, then for cubed potato, Dijon mustard, water, salt, and vegetable stock powder to be added. Cabbage is added later, and the dish is finished with pepper.
I opted for different proportions of leek and potato than the recipe recommended (more leek, less potato). I also added extra mustard. I can see why the author recommended red-skinned potatoes, as the dish is rather bland in appearance, but I was unable to find them. I also added a bit of minced garlic to the leeks.
To make this I used half a red onion, one carrot, one sweet red pepper, and one potato. I tossed them in olive oil, salt and pepper, then baked them 45 minutes at 200° C. After they were done I poured the dressing over them.
I used Meera Sodha’s recipe, but reduced the amount of peas, replaced the chard with spinach, and used twice as much spinach as the recipe called for. The result was quite tasty.
I really like fenugreek leaves, and they are quite tasty in this simple potato dish.