Spiced Cauliflower, Kale & Chickpea Stew

Spiced Cauliflower, Kale & Chickpea Stew

cauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot // @thefirstmesscauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot // @thefirstmesskale // @thefirstmess
So I invested the last weekend at my very first blog writer conference in Pennsylvania with some amusing, enthusiastic, clever, and motivating individuals. Great deals of hugs, smiles, intros, inspiring messages, and absolutely tasty things to consume. I believe it’s possible (and absolutely regular) to be a shy extrovert, and remaining in that environment actually pressed it for me!

After the conference, my journey partner and I took a drive to Philadelphia to fulfill and stick with a good friend. We had less than 24 hr, however that didn’t stop us from having 3 sit-down meals, 2 beverage trips, and one best almond milk latte prior to we left. It was a good, silently familiar ending to a high-energy, ecstatically social weekend.

When I got house, I had an unfortunate looking cauliflower in the refrigerator and a lot of garden kale still going. With some kitchen things, I made this! Deep-nourishing and fairly fast convenience. Great deals of veggies, spice, stew-y tomato richness, tender greens, and the heft of chickpeas to fill it out. I understand I have actually included a couple stews/soups comparable to this in the past, however with the frequency that I make this on my mind, it simply felt best to share. Stay comfortable out there, all. xo

cauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot // @thefirstmessadds the kale // @thefirstmesscauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot // @thefirstmesscauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot // @thefirstmess
Print the dish here!
NOTES: The quantity of veggie stock you utilize depends upon how thick/thinned out you desire this. I chose something in between:-RRB-

1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 cooking onion, little dice
1 tablespoon curry powder
1 bay leaf
2 cloves of garlic, minced
2 teaspoon minced fresh ginger (optional)
little jalapeno or cayenne pepper, seeded + minced
1 cup waxy potatoes, 1/2 inch dice
3 cups little cauliflower florets
28 oz can crushed tomatoes
1-2 cups veggie stock, depending
1 cup prepared chickpeas
1 lot lacinato/Tuscan kale, stems eliminated and sliced
sea salt and ground black pepper, to taste
sliced leafy herbs to end up (parsley, cilantro and so on)

Heat the coconut oil in a heavy + big soup pot over medium heat. Include the onions and cook gradually, reducing heat if needed. Prepare till really soft, clear and nearly breaking down, about 6-7 minutes. Include the curry powder and bay leaf and cook, stirring frequently, for 3 more minutes. Include the garlic, ginger (if utilizing), and jalapeno to the pot. Stir and prepare till aromatic, continuously stirring to prevent burning the garlic.

Include the potatoes and cauliflower to the pot and stir. Season with great deals of salt and pepper. Include the crushed tomatoes to the pot and stir again. At this moment, include 1 cup of veggie stock (you might wish to include more later). Stir the pot, position a cover on top, and give a boil. Lower the heat on the range to a simmer and eliminate the cover. Prepare till the potatoes are just-tender, about 40 minutes. Include the chickpeas and diced kale,, and simmer for 5 more minutes or till greens have actually wilted.

Inspect the curry pot for flavoring, change, and serve hot with bread, naan, prepared wild rice, quinoa, millet etc. Garnish with sliced leafy herbs.

Program Conceal 72 remarks.

  • Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    This is certainly my type of “delighted meal”. Love this! Reply

  • lynsey

    I am happy I am not alone in the introvert/extrovert fight. Never ever excuse a lot of soups and stews. They are completely reassuring and the world requires more of that. This looks fantastic xo Reply

  • valentina sweet kabocha

    I attempted a tuscan kale rubbed salad however my sweetheart disliked it. Damn. Kale has plenty of healthy residential or commercial properties! Perhaps with this curry I’ll prosper in my objective:D Reply

  • Brian

    It actually was an unique weekend. And I’m so happy we got to fulfill!

    Delighted that you had a good time on your sluggish journey back house. I actually require to get to Philly. It’s been too long.

    This meal looks fantastic! And it’s amusing since I was simply dealing with a kale, chickpea meal last night! Various. However amusing how we long for these things this time of year. Reply

  • Elizabeth

    We have actually been consuming absolutely nothing however stew recently; I believe it’s that entire desire to welcome the season and the simple method all the fall components interact. And the weekend? I had such a great time hanging out and returned feeling motivated. My go back to regular life was likewise a bit aggravating and, as luck would have it, my own stack of a cars and truck is heading to the store today. Womp womp.

    You understand I feel in this manner, however you’re * definitely * doing whatever right—- reality, blog site life, and all. Reply

  • Adrienne

    Wow, that soup looks fantastic. I likewise enjoy the moody pictures. Is all of it natural or are you utilizing lighting?

    Laura: Hello There Adrienne, it’s natural light. Perfect by a window on an overcast day:-RRB- Reply

  • Abby @ The Frosted Vegan

    I’m absolutely with you in this introvert/extrovert thing. I like individuals, however I simply require peaceful and alone often! Likewise, thanks for bring up the ‘why not me?’ subject, as a blog writer, I seem like it’s a hard one: ) Reply

  • Delight Kurland

    Would like to “pin” this however do not see a button.

    Laura: Hello There Delight, there need to be a little one when you hover over the image with your cursor. Near the leading left corner of each image I believe. I’ll check out this. Reply

  • Christine

    I like one-pot meals like this so reassuring and hearty, and loaded with veggies. I have the exact same sort of experience with the intro/extrovert propensities however I truthfully believe that speaks with the intricacy of everyone … it’s so difficult to put a polarized label on a person. I discover the entire conversation of it actually fascinating. Have you become aware of the book, “Peaceful”? I heard the author speak a couple months earlier. Great things:-RRB- Reply

  • Ashley

    I can certainly relate on the intro/extro thing. I likewise constantly state I’m half type A and half type B, haha. Ideally the convenience from this soup assisted you replant your feet in the ground. I believe those minutes of concern are very important, though. It makes us assess what we’re doing, question ourselves and our work, and after that make a modification or recognize no modification is required. xo Reply

  • Valentina @Hortus

    Omg I have all the components to make this! This is most likely supper occurring tonight. Terrific!

    I never ever commented, however I like all of your blog site a lot:-RRB- Reply

  • Amy @ Parsley In My Teeth

    Excellent post I believe we can all discover a few of ourselves therein. And this is precisely the example I like to make now curry with anything and whatever. Now I understand what to do with that head of cauliflower being in the back of my refrigerator! Reply

  • Lane|Green Spirit Experiences

    I have actually just ever attempted curry when in the past and didn’t look after all of it that much (I believe it might have simply been a gross brand name a curry powder), however this has me so persuaded to provide it another go.
    I like the pictures too, and your words; so rejuvenating and grounding to read.:-RRB- Reply

  • Emily

    Simply wished to echo that you are so refraining from doing the blogging thing incorrect. I like your writing, dishes, and photography, and while I do not mind periodic sponsored posts from other blog writers, I believe your blog site has an unique credibility to it. I actually trust your taste, which is why I prepare from your blog site more than other blog sites. Thanks for all of the effort you take into this area! Reply

  • Jilli Joffe

    Mmm this looks tasty! Can’t wait to attempt!:-RRB-

    xo. Jilli

    http://www.justjilli.com Reply

  • Eileen

    This sounds extremely tasty! A big pot of greens and veg and beans is precisely what I desire when it’s cold out.:-RRB- Reply

  • Paige

    If you didn’t wish to utilize chickpeas, what other beans might you utilize in this? Reply

  • Paige

    Another thing: please keep doing what you’re doing. I actually like your website and tingling each time I see a post from you. As another author explained, I too trust your food sense. Reply

  • Ordinary Blog Writer (Rivki Locker)

    Kale is hands-down my preferred green, and chickpeas are my preferred bean. LOVE this dish. Reply

  • kristie @ birchandwild.com

    This is the type of fall meal I long for. Warm from the spice and filled with end of season produce. I will make this tomorrow, as my kale is still rather respected in the garden. Reply

  • Renee H.

    I like posts like this. It reveals that behind all our gorgeous blog sites that there is a genuine individual with a reality. I have actually never ever been to a conference like that a person you participated in. I would like to find out more about it! I’m brand-new to the blogging world and actually wish to find out as much as I can and make brand-new similar pals:-RRB-

    I likewise like seeing what foodies can develop when they do not have a whole cooking area equipped with gorgeous, fresh, regional yummies. In some cases the very best things come out of scenarios where we need to actually get imaginative. Love your pictures! Reply

  • Jess

    In a scenario like that I’m quite sure I would of simply hired for secure. That looks definitely tasty, well done on reversing what might of been an awful night. Reply

  • Sini|My Blue & White Kitchen Area

    I like your words and I like this curry dish. A lot convenience in one bowl. Likewise, I’m happy to hear your conference weekend worked out!

    an intro/extro Reply

  • Heather

    Seems like a fantastic weekend! I like the Philadelphia location. We reside in Southern Chester County near the border with Delaware. This dish looks fantastic!!! Reply

  • Sara

    I like discovering brand-new alternatives for a meat-less stew. This looks so rustic and welcoming. Reply

  • Evan McGinnis

    My sweetheart presented me to your blog site and I have actually been liking it since. Made this last night and it was tasty! Reply

  • Sherrie

    I like whatever about this. You are among the greats Miss Laura I absolutely suggest that. I have actually appreciated and been motivated by your pictures, your dishes, your work for years. Super honored to have actually invested a long time with you and to be able to call you a good friend.

    You. are. the. best.
    xo sherrie Reply

  • Millie l Include A Little

    Looks fantastic!! I like how simple it is too make a huge batch and freeze it for a cold winter season night! Reply

  • Kelley Green

    This was a genuine winner at our home. Both kids provided it a passionate thumbs up. Thanks a lot!

    🙂 k Reply

  • Denise

    Dear Laura,

    You will not think just how much this post indicates to me. It simply came at precisely the correct time. That ‘why not me’ concern has actually been badgering me a lot recently, and in some way reading this from somebody I extremely appreciate (= you) assists. And puts things in point of view also, since you’re so right. Those things are not what’s it’s everything about. Not in blogging, not in work and certainly not in life.

    Thank you for constantly motivating me. And this curry pot? Absolutely gon na make it quickly. Reply

  • agustina

    this is SO going on my meal prepare for next week! thank you:-RRB- Reply

  • District 22 Brownies

    Pictures speak a thousand words and my eyes are the window to my stomach. This looks fantastic. And its getting cold in London so will be attempting this out quickly!!! Reply

  • Ani {@afotogirl}

    Pinned! This is right up my street. Yummy. Reply

  • Valentina Duracinsky BLOG SITE

    yearning chickpeas permanently! require this quickly!

    xx love

    Valentina Reply

  • ATasteOfMadness

    This looks fantastic! I like chickpeas. I require to make this! Reply

  • aimee @ little consumes

    The whole week after Huge Harvest Meal was filled with cooking from the kitchen and whatever unfortunate veggies I had actually left too!

    And I absolutely feel you on getting stuck in the contrast video game. We have actually simply got ta keep cooking and doing our thing. Reply

  • Sara @ Do Not Feed After Midnight

    Any curry dish constantly gets the thumbs up from me. I actually require to begin explore coconut oil. I constantly utilize olive oil at the minute (I think my Italian genes are revealing!) however would like a modification every so often. Reply

  • Kate

    I simply discovered your site and this dish at the best time I simply began Consume to Live and was trying to find dishes that fit the consuming strategy and your dish will fit right in. Thank you! I understand there are various kinds of curry, exists a specific kind you utilized for this dish?

    And I comprehend the requirement for peaceful and to decompress. It’s absolutely human and healthy, and I applaud you for acknowledging it’s something you require and is necessary for you to do. I believe more individuals require to make the effort to disconnect and remove and see how fantastic it feels. Reply

    • Laura Wright

      Hi Kate! Thank you for your kind remark. Charming of you to make the effort. And in regards to curry powder, by default I constantly choose a mild-natured, non-sweet variation. Simply whatever generic, no name brand name they have at the shop typically does well for me:-RRB-
      L Reply

  • erin {delicious dinner}

    Laura, I absolutely hear you about the introvert extrovert thing … reading your post today seemed like you were revealing a lot of of my own ideas and disputes at the minute.

    It’s extremely simple to do the contrast thing … Have you heard the quote “Contrast is the burglar of happiness?” Ain’t that the fact? Absolutely nothing relaxes my mind like cooking for my household, remaining in the garden, breathing and taking in nature. It’s simple to forget the power of those things in the middle of all the social sound out there, however I keep attempting to advise myself.

    Keep doing the gorgeous, tasty, emotional work you do. I’m grateful for it.

    E Reply

  • Ana

    This is my preferred dish for a relaxing fall supper. I merely like the kale image! Reply

  • Lou

    This was AMAZING! I made it last night and I brought some today for lunch. What a remarkable home cooking. Reply

  • Brande Plotnick

    I can’t wait to attempt this one! A lot kale from the garden and I’m jonesing for SPICE. Thank you. Reply

  • Grace

    I’m a newby to your website. I can’t even start to inform you what a true blessing it has actually been. This was the 4th thing I have actually made from your website and WOW!!! This soup is so delicious. So hearty. So total. My spouse likewise liked it. This is my brand-new favorite.
    Thank you:-RRB- Reply

  • Audrey

    This meal looks terrific … want to make it this evening!
    Simply a concern … It states prepared chickpeas … So I’m presuming dried and not canned. How did you prepare the chickpeas??
    Or can I utilize canned? Reply

    • Laura Wright

      Hello There Audrey,
      You might prepare some dried chickpeas initially, however canned ones are totally great:-RRB-
      L Reply

  • johanna

    i made this last night, and it was AMAZING! I left out the potatoes, understood far too late I ran out chick peas, doubled the jalapenos (left in seeds and membrane it provided it a little kick! best!) and put a half a lemon’s worth of juice in to kick up the tastes.

    it was an embarassment i ran out chickpeas, since i understand it would have made it even heartier and more tasty. NEVERTHELESS! it was still among my preferred brand-new dishes, and this is certainly entering into my routine rotation.

    I am browsing a few of your other dishes, and whatever looks fantastic. Thanks !! Reply

  • katie

    I have a couple things in the refrigerator that will spoil quickly and I understood I might concern your website for a hearty, healthy stew to put them to excellent usage.

    Thankful this is the dish I clicked, since I believe I might have really required the words you composed more than the dish. Lovely dish, pictures and words, as typical. Thank you. Reply

  • Lori

    Simply made this at it is fantastic! I can’t wait to attempt a few of your other dishes Reply

  • Tesni

    Came across this wonderful dish on my prolonged never ever ending look for the best vegetarian curry dish … Well I believe I have actually lastly discovered the! Definitely tasty! Will be inspecting this blog site routinely from now on.
    xo Reply

  • Thalia @ butter and brioche

    Love whatever about this chickpea curry believe it would make such an amazing supper for myself and my vegetarian household tonight. Thanks for the dish! Reply

  • Katie

    Sweetheart, you have actually got my dang number with this one. I have actually made this 3 times because you published the dish. I do not frequently repeat dishes with that frequency, however I love this meal. Two times I have actually made it for myself as my lunch for the week at no point did I get ill of it. As soon as I doubled it and made a substantial batch for a lot of starving pals after a day of snowboarding they all liked it! Each time there have actually been small variations, however it has actually been extremely delicious nevertheless. I particularly like that it’s a one pot meal! So little tidy up! Therefore healthy! Therefore tasty! Maintain the fantastic work:-RRB- Reply

  • Sonya

    Hooray for healthy one-pot meals! I made this tonight for the household and it was a hit! Even our 3 years of age consumed it:-RRB- It was so excellent, secondhand components we have on hand, therefore basic. Love it, and thank you! Reply

  • Sonya

    Hooray for healthy one-pot meals! I made this tonight for the entire household and it was a hit! It was so excellent, secondhand components we have on hand, therefore basic. Love it, and thank you! Reply

  • Keri

    Simply made this for supper tonight and I liked it! I included 1 tsp of cumin since I like the taste it gives curry, and 1 tsp of crushed red pepper since I like a little heat. Absolutely nothing much better than a great curry. Thanks for the dish! Reply

  • Lauren

    I definitely liked this dish!! I made it last night for my sweetheart who is a chef, and he feasted on the entire bowl! I did nevertheless, make a couple of small modifications; I included turmeric, cumin, coriander and cinnamon to the curry with the onions, and I utilized sweet potatoes rather of waxy potatoes. I likewise roasted the cauliflower and sweet potatoes ahead of time and after that included them in at then end. Thank you a lot for this fantastic dish!!! Reply

  • Renee

    This looks fantastic. I actually want somebody would simply make this for me this evening, I seem like it would certainly end up being a favourite of mine Reply

  • Nina

    Hi, greetings from the UK. Love your blog site! This curry looks fantastic. I am hosting a ‘curry night’ this weekend and I going to include your fab dish to the list of meals I am preparing. Where I live I can just discover bags of kale cut up (not on stems) any concepts of just how much in weight to utilize in your dish. It would speed things up for me as I do not have time to experiment as I am making other meals. Thanks ahead of time. Reply

    • Laura

      Hey Nina! I would utilize 3 strong handfuls of sliced kale for this.
      L Reply

      • Nina

        Hello there Laura, thanks for the details and for responding to my concern so rapidly! Quite valued. Have a great weekend.

  • Carolyn

    Made this tonight, and it was soooooo excellent and warm and reassuring!!!! I enjoy your blog site and whatever I have actually made up until now has actually been wicked pissah. Thank you thank you thank you!!!! Reply

  • Amber

    Excellent dish! It’s delicious and I discover it filling enough to not require a starch (ie. rice, quinoa, millet) on the side.
    I included more ginger, bay leaves, and some cinnamon to kick it up a notch Reply

  • Nicole

    I liked this dish a lot, however it certainly did not make enough for 4-6. I ‘d state 3, tops. I’m doubling the dish next time! Likewise, the potatoes prepared in about 20 minutes, not 40, however possibly that’s since my pot isn’t that thick. Reply

  • Atari

    I made this tonight it was tasty! Thanks for sharing this with the world. Reply

  • Andre

    Can I utilize frozen red potatoes in lieu of routine ones? Reply

    • Laura

      Yeah I believe that would be fine. May be finest to thaw them out initially though!
      L Reply

  • Lacey

    This curry was precisely what I was yearning, so excellent! I included a half cup-ish of coconut milk since I had it in the refrigerator extremely suggest that! I served it with millet and needed to prepare it a bit longer (about an hour) to get my taters prepared through. Worth the wait:-RRB- Reply

  • Rebecca

    This ended up tasty! I utilized collard greens rather of kale and avoided the jalapeno since I’m a wimp and can’t do spice however I definitely liked it! Will certainly double the dish next time! Reply

  • Josette

    Oh my gahhhh … This was soooo excellent!! My household liked it !! Thank you !! Reply


    making it now. Had cauli rice in the freezer, i understand it will be various, however … thanks for the dish! smells and looks fantastic. might include spinach and 2nd on the coconut milk concept. Reply

  • Helen

    made this last night for lunches throughout the week and OMG!!!!! This is merely fantastic! The taste and yet the simpleness to make this meal runs out this world!!

    Thank you for this delicious meal! Reply

  • Collin Lovas

    What a fantastic dish and totally made with entire foods. I did change the crushed tomatoes with tomato paste and included dark and light miso for that umami taste. Furthermore, I sauteed the onions, curry, garlic and bay leaf in a frying pan and after that included that, plus the remainder of the components to a pot-in-pot and dropped it into the instantaneous pot and set it for 15 minutes. Perfecto! No mess! I’ll be trying to find other one-pot dishes. Thank you for this incredibly delicious and healthy dish! Reply

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