Vegetarian Curry Recipe: English Curry Week

Today marks the final day of the annual English Curry Week 2018. Vegan, and nut free, this red curry has a great kick of spice and balance of flavour. Give it a go!
1 can organic coconut milk
1 small bunch parsley leaves, chopped.
1 orange pepper, chopped.
1 can of butter beans.
1 packet of Urban Fruit Sriracha coconut.
1 red onion chopped.
2 cloves fresh garlic.
3 tablespoon red curry paste.
1/4 bag Basmati rice.
1. In a large saucepan, heat up some olive oil. Chop the red onion and place in the saucepan on a medium heat. Allow the onions to cook and meanwhile crush the garlic and place in the saucepan with the onions.
2. Place the orange pepper into the pan and keep stirring. Take the heat up to medium and cook the veg for 2 more mins.
3. Bring the saucepan down to a medium heat again and add the beans, coconut milk, parsley and curry paste.
4. Cook this for 10 minutes. Boil some water in a kettle and then place this in a separate pan and place the rice in the pan. Cook the rice until light and fluffy. Drain the water.
5. Take the curry off the heat and serve with the rice.

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