Every Wednesday, I head out to the farm house to pick up my CSA share ~ and one of the best parts about going out to the farm house to pick up my veggies in a bag is being able to smell the food from the 1,001,594 food trucks lined up all over the curb. You can typically find everything from chicken and waffles to frozen yogurt, charbroiled burgers, horchata and empanadas to iced coffee and beignets. Yum!
First things first… y’all, I love being part of a CSA share. Are you part of one? If not, consider ~ it’s so economical and such a great way to get your veggies in each week.
Lets get back to the food trucks though… good gosh, I love curry. There is an amazing food truck there with Cambodian Street Food and he makes the most amazing curry I have ever had.
I have to be very brief at the farmers market because if I don’t, I’ll end up satisfying my hunger with curry and it’s probably not super for my hips 😉 My husband loves this particular food truck as well, and if I take him along to pick up our CSA bag, it’s a sure bet that he leaves with curry – because he truly can’t help himself. As much as we would love to eat from this food truck every week, it can get a little pricey.
As a result, we will treat ourselves every so often, and the rest of the time, we will find a way to make our own at home for less.
Making your own curry is super easy in the Instant Pot – in fact, one of the BEST reasons to have an Instant Pot is to make all these fun recipes – like tamales, chicken paprikash, hard and soft boiled eggs, and more. It’s truly LIFE changing.
This curry is incredibly easy to make in the Instant Pot -it takes simple ingredients and transforms them into something that’s super yummy and even better the next day as leftovers.
Go a step further and cook the rice just minutes before making the curry, and have it ready to pair once the curry is finished.
Recipe adapted from Better Homes & Gardens
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