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Green Tomato Curry

There's a big long explanation on my previous post about why y'all are gonna be flooded with green tomato recipes for the next few days and I'm not really in the mood to rehash the whole thing; so if you're curious about the "why" behind this click here. Otherwise welcome to another in a long series of green tomato posts.

This curry is pretty much the perfect weeknight meal for the busy family. It's cozy, tasty, quick to throw together, and uses up those little suckers you've just pulled from your garden. Did I mention that it's tasty? Oh yeah I already said that. My bad.

Green Tomato Curry

2 tbsp coconut oil
8 garlic cloves, minced
1lb green tomatoes; roughly chopped
1lb potatoes, roughly chopped
1 1/2 tbsp garam masala
2 tsp salt
1 tsp turmeric
1 c vegetable broth
cilantro, to taste
  1. Get your oil hot in your fave soup pot.
  2. Toss in your minced garlic and get it nice and brown.
  3. Add in your tomatoes, potatoes, garam masala, salt, and turmeric. Cook for 10 minutes. Yes it's gonna get all sticky to the bottom of your pot just let it be for the entire 10 minutes. When time's up add in your veg broth and scrape off that yummy shit stuck to the bottom of your soup pot. 
  4. Bring that shit to a boil. Cover it. Lower your heat to somewhere between low and three and let it simmer for about 15-20 minutes. 
  5. Toss in some fresh cilantro and grub all the way down. 

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Up next, Over on the old instagram y'all voted for a bread using green tomatoes next; so I'm on it. 

ICYMI, I'm all about this Green Tomato Gratin

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Amber

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