How to prepare vegetable sides for a curry, and the easiest way to make curry on a slow cooker.
Vegetable sides are a classic dish at Indian restaurants and can be made with just about any vegetable.
They can be used as a main dish or as a side dish, and there are many variations.
The basic recipe is to prepare the vegetables in a pot or a large pot and then add them to a slow-cooker, to cook in the pressure cooker or to saute on the stovetop.
Vegetable dishes that can be cooked in a slow cooker include: cauliflower, cauliflower rice, green beans, beans, lentils, carrots, and even potatoes.
It is best to use vegetable stock or vegetable broth to cook the vegetable.
The vegetable stock can be prepared in a stockpot and then added to the slow cooker, or you can simply saute the vegetables on the hob.
Veggie sides are so easy to prepare and can easily be prepared on the slow cook.
It requires a little effort to prepare them, and they taste delicious, too.
If you don’t have a slow cooking device to make the vegetables, you can just use a crocker, a dish that uses a slow simmer to cook a mixture of stock and broth.
If your slow cooker doesn’t have one, you could use a pot on the side of the slow-Cooker.
To make vegetable curry, add the veggies and mix them in a pan with water until it becomes a thick paste.
Then add the spices and let it simmer for about 15 minutes or until the spices have a good flavor.
Serve with a bowl of rice and some yogurt, and enjoy!