A collection of vegetarian and vegetable curry recipes from around the world including Thai curry, Indian curry and some non-traditional curry recipes. Curries can be eaten plain, though they are usually served with rice. For a nutritional boost, pair your homemade curry with a healthy whole grain such as quinoa, millet or even brown rice instead of white.
Use a store-bought red Thai curry paste to make this simple yet delicious red Thai coconut curry with tofu, carrots and spicy Thai chilies. Or, if you like Thai red curries, here's another red curry to try, with fresh chopped basil and baby corn.
Add some veggies, spices, curry powder and a bit of water to your crockpot or slow cooker, turn it on and viola! You've got a simple Indian-style curried veggie side dish a few hours later. If you like Indian-style curried veggies, you might also want to try this Indian curried chickpeas recipe.
No collection of curry recipes would be complete without the addition of at least one Japanese-style curry. This recipe is for a Japanese eggplant curry, though you could also try adding a bit of seitan as a meat substitute or try adding some Japanese udon noodles for a full meal. This Japanese curry recipe and photo comes from Setsuko, About.com's fantastic guide to Japanese food.
Make an easy homemade yellow Thai curry with coconut milk, curry powder, turmeric and ginger. Two users have given this yellow vegetable curry recipe an average of 4.5 out of five stars, and both of them absolutely loved it. Though this recipe calls for potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower, just about any type of vegetable could easily be substituted, as is the case with most vegetable curry recipes.