Sweet Potato, Spinach, and Halloumi Curry Recipe
This vegetarian curry with sweet potatoes, spinach, chickpeas, and halloumi cheese is very adaptable to different tastes. Serve hot with brown basmati rice and papadums.
This was awesome! I couldn't find Halloumi cheese so used cojita - couldn't fry it so i just added it in at the end. Also I love chili jam but didn't have any. Ate it as a soup but it would be good over rice. Very filling. Very quick dish to make. The hardest part was chopping up the sweet potato. Would definitely make this again.
We loved it! I had to substitute a few things, but it didn't change the great flavors. I used chutney for the jelly since I forgot that I gave it to a friend and also used Asiago cheese that I just added in one inch squares to the pot. I used the crock pot. Tonight for leftovers I added saute' mushroom and garlic and it was even better. Served with organic rice from Aldis and peas. I will definitely make it again and maybe add some meat. If you don't have coconut milk, make it anyway since we couldn't even taste it.
I used light coconut milk and Sriracha instead of chili jam but otherwise followed this to a T. It was great over rice noodles and also with naan!
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