Amazing island-style Slow Cooker Potato Curry. Light, fragrant and utterly delicious!
This Trinidad influenced Slow Cooker Potato Curry is a healthy, filling pot of goodness with flavors straight from the Isles.
It is a great vegetarian dish. Slow Cooker Potato Curry is packed with fresh veggies and seasoned with curry from Trinidad & Tobago, thanks to my “Trini” friend Mandi, who was able to procure the precious powder for me.
(Her favorite is Chief’s Curry Powder.)
Not to worry if you are unable to find this particular brand, it will still be delicious!
I just love how the heady aroma of Slow Cooker Potato Curry fills the air as it slowly simmers throughout the day.
The creamy coconut milk adds a gentle sweetness as the curry and aromatics infuse into the vegetables.
You can easily make Slow Cooker Potato Curry a one pot dish by skipping the sauté step all together. I like to sauté the onions, garlic, and ginger first to sweeten and intensify their flavors, but it is not necessary.
Either way, mix in the spices and liquids and pour over the other ingredients in this Slow Cooker Potato Curry. You don’t need to sauté the curry since it will cook for a long time.
I chose beautiful multicolored bite sized potatoes to add a bit of fun and ease to the dish. (No cutting or peeling required!)
These potatoes with okra, red bell peppers, chilies, and cilantro, bathed in golden curry, are a feast for the eyes and the taste buds.
Slow Cooker Potato Curry is most often eaten over rice or with roti, a type of flat bread.
Customize the heat to your liking by adjusting the amount of cayenne red pepper flakes and garnishing with chile peppers. Just keep in mind if you eat it with rice or roti, that will dilute the heat quite a bit.
Slow Cooker Potato Curry is a perfect example of the old Trinidad saying, ‘Betta belly buss, dan good food waste’… It is better to overeat than to waste great food!
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