Korma Stuffed Sweet Potatoes With a Garlic Tahini Dressing

In an effort to be a responsible omnivore I have been slowly but surely reducing my meat intake. There are powerful environmental reasons behind this change, but not only that, I'm finding it cheaper and I don't feel instantly sleepy after every meal.

I don't often try to make fake meat because I feel that it usually falls short of the real deal. Instead I love fresh seasonal produce that's been cooked well. Like this quinoa taco bowl, ricotta gnocchi, or banana bread mug cake. That last one isn't exactly everyday food, but it's so good!

These Korma Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with a Garlic Tahini Dressing are a new favourite addition to my week-night repertoire.

We used only two sweet potatoes for this recipe, but you'll have enough korma mixture left over to make at least 4 or more. The mixture would also be great on nachos, enchiladas or simply with rice.


What you will need:

1 Tbsp of Tomato Paste
125g can of 4 Bean Mix

2 Sweet potatoes

Tahini Garlic Sauce:

1 Tbsp Tahini
Juice of Half a Lemon
1 Clove of Garlic
Pinch of Salt
2 Tbsp Water to Blend
Coriander and Avocado to serve


Pierce the sweet potatoes with a fork a few times on each side. Bake in the oven for an hour and a half at 180C or until they are soft.

While the sweet potatoes are cooking add the onion, zucchini, mushrooms, corn, broccoli, peas and red capsicum to a fry pan. I used a little water instead of oil to fry them in. (about a tablespoon). Fry for 5 minutes or until onion is slightly soft.

Then add in the korma paste and mix it around. Add in the tomato paste, 4 bean mix and tinned tomatoes. Cook on medium heat for another 5 minutes.

Make the tahini garlic sauce by blending all ingredients in a blender or magic bullet until smooth. If you like it more runny, add a little bit more water.

Once the sweet potatoes are cooked cut them lengthways down the middle and scoop the korma mixture into the middle.

Top with beansprouts, avocado, coriander, or whatever you desire and drizzle the sauce over the top. Enjoy!

This recipe originally appeared on Instructables and was written by Delightfulvegans.

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