This sweet potato & parsnip curry has a fragrant and creamy sauce made with fresh tomatoes, coconut milk and a delicious spice blend. Serve it with these homemade coriander flatbreads which can be cooked while the curry is simmering.
For the past few weeks my weekly CSA vegetable box from Sutton Community Farm has been filled with plenty of parsnips so, after one to many roasts, I decided to venture into creating a parsnip curry recipe that we could all enjoy as a family. This is a mild dish, suitable for kids, where you can adjust the amount of chilli powder to suit your own taste.
With the added sweetness of frozen peas, this sweet potato & parsnip curry is a real crowd pleaser getting rave reviews from younger tastebuds (which let’s face it, are not always easy to please). The coriander flatbreads are also a real hit!
With a bit of planning, it is easy to make the curry and flatbreads together. Simply start the flatbreads in the morning, letting them rise for a few hours, then make the curry. The flatbreads can be prepared while the curry is cooking (or re-heating).