This easy Vegan Bombay Potatoes recipe is made with hearty ingredients like potatoes and chickpeas. Made in just 30 minutes but still packed with so much incredible flavours!
Back in university, I always had some of these 1 minute pre-made curry packets that I would have for emergency meals. One of my absolute favourite was the Bombay Potatoes: tender soft potatoes and chickpeas covered in this gravy like tomato sauce… it was sooo good (it didn’t even taste like a minute meal).
Now that the weather is starting to get really cold, I’ve been seriously craving Bombay Potatoes BUT I really wanted to make my own version of it because buying minute meals can be $$$ AND homemade is almost always better 😜. Bombay potatoes, I learned is actually a dry dish that sometimes uses tomatoes, but since I wanted to recreate the Tasty Bites one, this version of Vegan Bombay Potatoes is more sauce-y.
Ingredients in Vegan Bombay Potatoes
The ingredient list is pretty long because of the spices BUT I promise you, it’s worth it! The curry is based off 7 ingredient: onions, garlic, ginger, potatoes, chickpeas, crushed tomatoes and vegetable broth. And then for all the spices: indian curry powder, thyme, coriander, cumin, chili powder, cardamom, tumeric, nutmeg and all spice. Because there are so many spices going into this curry, if you don’t have one or two it’s not a huge deal and will still have lots of flavour to it.
How to Make Vegan Bombay Potatoes
I wanted to make this Vegan Bombay Potatoes super easy and quick. It’s made in 1 pot in just 30 minutes! Here’s a run down:
- Sautee garlic, onions and ginger.
- Add in the spices and cook until fragrant.
- Then add in the chopped potatoes and coat them with the spices.
- Add in the chickpeas, crushed tomatoes and vegetable, and let it all simmer for 15 minutes until thick!
DONE. All there is to do now is to eat!!
Any leftovers can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days.
I hope you try this recipe and love it as much as I do! It’s so comforting, satisfying and perfect for the colder seasons. Tons of flavour- I really think you’ll really enjoy this recipe 🙂
More Delicious Vegan Curries to Try!
- Easy 15 Minute Red Lentil Dahl
- Vegan Massaman Curry
- Vegan Thai Green Curry
- Mango Coconut Tofu Curry
- Vegan Pumpkin Coffee Curry
- High Protein Vegan Red Thai Curry
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