Apple Curry

AuthorPooja SundariaCategory,

Apples are so versatile and I couldn't stop featuring as in my curry love. This beautiful spicy, tangy, vegan curry packed with full of flavour and super comforting. Are you Apple fan? Well, I am not but this spicy apple curry is loaded with aromatic flavour and chunky texture that make perfect family dinner meal. You can't say no to it.

My mum used to make fruits curry like guava curry, apple curry, banana peel curry, a very special potato curry that cooked in orange juice. So, it is my mum's recipe. In Indian cuisine, we make curry with fruits and dry fruits too. The sweetness and tanginess of apple go so well with earthly spices and create sinfully warm and delicious curry.

This authentic apple curry is slightly sweet, spicy and tangy in the taste that usually served with warm roti or rice. This recipe uses only pantry ingredients. So, if you got some Indian spices at home and apples, good to go. It's fun to make food gives you positive energy. Apple curry is healthy, plant-powered, vegan, easy to make and also packed with lots of earthy flavours.

During such crazy times, cooking is my escape and calling all those who need some royal fruity curry recipes. Keep enjoying easy to make curries and cooking.

Enjoy. Stay healthy, stay humble!

Yields2 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins

Ingredients

 1 qt Large green apple
 1 qt Red crisp apple
 3 tbsp Oil
 1 ½ tbsp Mustard seeds
 ¼ tbsp Asafoetida
 ½ qt Medium onion roughly chopped
 2 qts Dried bay leaves
 1 qt Small cinnamon stick
 2 qts Green chilies finely chopped
 5 qts Dried red chilies
 1 tbsp Garam masala
 ¼ tbsp Turmeric powder
 1 tbsp Chili powder
 2 qts Garlic cloves finely chopped
 1 tbsp Ginger chopped
 2 tbsp Sugar
 ¼ cup Coconut milk
  cup Water
 Salt as per taste

Instructions

1

Wash and cut apples into quarters.

2

Heat the oil over medium heat in a non-stick saucepan.

3

Add bay leaves, green and red chilli and mustard seeds, asafoetida, cinnamon stick and sauté for a few minutes then add onion, ginger-garlic and cook till onions are slightly brown.

4

Add the garam masala powder, turmeric and chilli powder and mix it well, just until you start to smell the spices.

5

Add the apple quarters, salt and sugar and cook on medium-high heat for a few minutes while gently coating the apples all over with the spices.

Apple Curry

6

Cook the apples for about 10 minutes - uncovered, stirring occasionally. The apples will start to soften slightly.

7

Add the coconut milk and water and stir through with the apples. Return to the stove for another 5 - 10 minutes covered, until the apples soften.

8

Taste and season with more salt if desired.

9

Carefully stir through to coat the apples with the sauce/gravy - since the apples have softened and you don't want them to break up (add more water if you like more sauce).

Ingredients

 1 qt Large green apple
 1 qt Red crisp apple
 3 tbsp Oil
 1 ½ tbsp Mustard seeds
 ¼ tbsp Asafoetida
 ½ qt Medium onion roughly chopped
 2 qts Dried bay leaves
 1 qt Small cinnamon stick
 2 qts Green chilies finely chopped
 5 qts Dried red chilies
 1 tbsp Garam masala
 ¼ tbsp Turmeric powder
 1 tbsp Chili powder
 2 qts Garlic cloves finely chopped
 1 tbsp Ginger chopped
 2 tbsp Sugar
 ¼ cup Coconut milk
  cup Water
 Salt as per taste

Directions

1

Wash and cut apples into quarters.

2

Heat the oil over medium heat in a non-stick saucepan.

3

Add bay leaves, green and red chilli and mustard seeds, asafoetida, cinnamon stick and sauté for a few minutes then add onion, ginger-garlic and cook till onions are slightly brown.

4

Add the garam masala powder, turmeric and chilli powder and mix it well, just until you start to smell the spices.

5

Add the apple quarters, salt and sugar and cook on medium-high heat for a few minutes while gently coating the apples all over with the spices.

Apple Curry

6

Cook the apples for about 10 minutes - uncovered, stirring occasionally. The apples will start to soften slightly.

7

Add the coconut milk and water and stir through with the apples. Return to the stove for another 5 - 10 minutes covered, until the apples soften.

8

Taste and season with more salt if desired.

9

Carefully stir through to coat the apples with the sauce/gravy - since the apples have softened and you don't want them to break up (add more water if you like more sauce).

Apple Curry
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