Cauliflower Curry

Looking for a deliciously simple one-pot vegetarian curry dish that also happens to be gluten-free? We think you’ll love this one and you’ll find most of the ingredients you’ll need in our weekly sale from October 12th – 18th, which honors our duel celebrations of Fair Trade Month and Non-GMO Month. 

Red Curry Lentils

Looking for a hearty, warming one-pot meal? This one is a winner! It’s also quite versatile, so feel free to be creative with the veggies that you add to the pot. Perhaps a big handful of spinach, or some diced sweet potato? Or prepare it exactly as-is and serve over a heap of rice with buttery garlic naan. You’ll find most of the ingredients featured in our Weekly Sale from January 21st – 27th, so it’s a perfect time to give this one a try!

Thai Green Fish Curry

Looking for big, bold flavor on a short timeline? We think you’ll love this super simple one-pot Thai Green Fish Curry recipe which delivers the kind of flavor that usually takes a full day of simmering to achieve. You’ll find most of the ingredients you need in our weekly sale from January 7th – 13th, so it’s a perfect time to give this one a try!

Easy Lamb Curry

This lamb curry dish is the perfect weeknight one-pot meal. It comes together in 35 minutes but, thanks to the Maya Kaimal Simmer Sauce, it will taste as though it has been simmering and developing flavor all day long. You’ll find Maya Kaimal Simmer Sauces in our Indian Cuisine-themed weekly sale from February 13th – 19th, along with lamb, organic cauliflower, and a handful of other ingredients to help you pull this meal together without breaking the budget. 

Curry Braised Chicken Thighs

This simple, hearty one-skillet meal is a perfect weeknight recipe and features a handful of ingredients that you’ll find in our weekly sale from February 14th – 20th. Budget-friendly chicken thighs lend themselves well to this braising method and quickly become buttery and fall-off-the-bone tender. Feel free to try other vegetable variations such as cubed sweet potato, carrots, or spinach and serve over plenty of basmati rice to soak up this flavorful sauce.