Vegan Keto Coconut Curry


Check out my blog on the Vegan Ketogenic Diet here (plus it has links to other Vegan Keto recipes!)

This delicious vegan keto coconut curry soup is a winner for party nights or for snuggling in and having a cozy evening. It has high fat, moderate protein and low carbs. It is filled with nutritious vegetables and will leave you feeling satisfied. 

Vegan Keto Coconut Curry Recipe Specifics

  1. Oils
    1. Check out my favorite oils to cook with here.

  2. Vegetables
    1. In this recipe are some of my favorite low carb vegetables, however, you can use this recipe to clean out your veggie drawer and substitute your favorite vegetables instead. Cauliflower and mushrooms are two vegetables that are great in this dish. Feel free to get creative. (You can see in the picture above I love to add mushrooms and tomatoes, too).
  3. Curry Paste
    1. This is my favorite curry paste. It’s purely spices and goodness! 
  4. I eat this soup plain to keep it in vegan keto style, however for any of your guests who are not following that eating plan feel free to serve with a side of brown rice.

Find more of my vegan keto recipes at the bottom of my vegan keto blog here!

Thank you for reading along and pursuing goodness with me. 

Xo,

Seyka

Print Recipe
Vegan Keto Coconut Curry
Creamy, flavorful, hearty, and packed with fat. This curry holds its own for dinner!
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 35 Minutes
Servings
Bowls
Ingredients
Main
Optional
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 35 Minutes
Servings
Bowls
Ingredients
Main
Optional
Instructions
Tofu Bites
  1. Cut the tofu into 1 square inch cubes or 1/2 inch square cubes. Toss the tofu in Braggs liquid aminos, ginger powder, and garlic powder. Put some cooking oil on a pan, spread the tofu in one layer, and bake in the oven at 350 (F) until the rest of the soup is done.
Soup
  1. In a large soup pot sauté the chopped onion, ginger, and garlic until fragrant and the onion is opaque. Add the curry paste and saute until fragrant. Add the coconut milk and the vegetables that are most dense (usually that will be the stalk of the broccoli). Bring to a simmer. Add the pineapple (if you are choosing to add it), liquid aminos, powdered garlic, bok choy, zucchini, and coconut cream. Let the flavors meld while they simmer for 5 - 10 minutes. Taste and adjust flavors to your liking: More liquid aminos to make it more salty, more coconut cream to make it creamier. Mix in the jalapenos if you can handle the heat. Add the tofu bites and mix it all in. Serve with parsely sprinkled on top and a wedge of lemon.

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