Curry fries (30g protein)

These curry-loaded fries are a plant-based take on the classic, delivering all the bold, robust flavors of your favorite snack without the guilt. Imagine crispy Yukon Gold potatoes, coated with a hint of curry powder, topped with a protein-rich tofu curry. Finished with a dollop of coconut yogurt, a shot of sriracha, and a splash of fresh lime juice, each bite is bursting with zesty flavors and a satisfying crunch. Perfect for casual get-togethers with friends or to add to your weekly rotation!

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Why you’ll love curry-laden fries

Secretly healthy – French fries get a bad rap as an unhealthy snack, but it all depends on how you prepare them! This recipe uses air fried potatoes with minimal oil, completely different from their fried counterparts! Topped with protein-rich tofu and a bunch of veggies, it’s a perfectly balanced meal!

Full of protein – Just one serving of these curry-laden fries fuels your body with 30 grams of protein, thanks to extra firm tofu. And not just for its delicious taste and the benefits of plant-based protein, you’ll love the way tofu absorbs the flavors of the curry sauce, making every bite irresistibly delicious.

Easy 20 minute meal – With just 20 minutes of preparation, you can enjoy a hearty and healthy meal in no time. Whether you’re cooking for yourself or feeding a hungry crowd, this recipe is a quick and easy option that doesn’t compromise on taste or quality. Perfect for busy weeknights when you’re craving something tasty and satisfying with minimal prep and cleanup.

Customizable – Loaded means there are no rules on what goes into this curry loaded vegan fries recipe. Feel free to add additional vegetables depending on what you have in your fridge or what’s in season. Substitute another protein source for tofu, add jalapenos if you like it spicy, or swap out the toppings to create your signature loaded french fry masterpiece.

Friendly and family – Picky eaters in the family? No problem! Even little ones will love enjoying these flavorful fries, and you can feel good knowing they’re enjoying a healthy meal filled with nutrient-rich ingredients.

How to make curry fries

Prepare your potatoes

Start by washing and cutting your Yukon Gold potatoes into quarters. Toss them in olive oil, a pinch of salt and curry powder, making sure they are evenly coated. Or add seasonings of your choice for a flavorful twist.

Cook your potatoes

Fry the seasoned potatoes at 400°F for 15 minutes. If baking, preheat your oven to 425°F and bake for 25 to 30 minutes, turning halfway through cooking, until crisp and golden brown.

Prepare your quick curry

While your potatoes are cooking, prepare your tofu and vegetable curry. Cut your tofu into small cubes and fry it in a drizzle of oil for 5 minutes, until it is lightly golden. Add the sliced ​​vegetables and cook for another 5 minutes. Stir in coconut milk and Thai curry paste until well combined.

Assemble curry-laden fries

Arrange the crispy potato wedges on a plate, pour the aromatic curry on top and garnish with dollops of coconut yogurt, a drizzle of sriracha for a spicy touch, fresh cilantro for a burst of freshness and a squeeze of lime juice. The lime juice really brightens it up so I don’t recommend skipping it!

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Recipe Tips for Curry Loaded Fries

Replace Thai green curry paste with Thai red curry paste: Spice up your curry sauce by using red Thai curry paste instead of green. Red curry paste adds a signature dark red hue with a touch of heat while providing depth and complexity.

Get creative with vegetables: Don’t be afraid to get creative with your vegetables! Experiment with combinations like peppers, broccoli, snow peas, or even sweet potatoes to bring more nutrition and color to your loaded fries.

Try light coconut milk: Want to reduce fat content without sacrificing creaminess? Consider using light coconut milk that is low in fat but does not compromise the taste of the dish.

Don’t have an air fryer? Carefree! You can cook your fries in the oven instead. Just give yourself a little more time as the oven takes a little longer. Put them in at 425f for 25-30 minutes, stirring halfway through cooking!

Make it soy-free: You can make this recipe soy-free by replacing the tofu with chickpeas or your favorite soy-free meat!

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Curry fries

Curry fries

These curry-loaded fries are a plant-based take on the classic, delivering all the bold, robust flavors of your favorite snack without the guilt. Imagine crispy Yukon Gold potatoes, coated with a hint of curry powder, topped with a protein-rich tofu curry. Finished with a dollop of coconut yogurt, a shot of sriracha, and a splash of fresh lime juice, each bite is bursting with zesty flavors and a satisfying crunch. Perfect for casual get-togethers with friends or to add to your weekly rotation!

Preparation time 5 minutes

Cooking time 15 minutes

Total time 20 minutes

Servings 2 servings

Calories 681 kilocalories

For the potatoes

  • 5 Yukon Gold Potatoes
  • ½ tablespoon olive oil
  • Pinch salt
  • ½ teaspoon curry powder

For garnish

  • cup coconut yogurt
  • Sriracha
  • Coriander
  • Fresh lime
  • First, prepare your potatoes. Cut it into quarters, then add olive oil, salt, curry powder or any other seasoning of your choice.

  • Air fry at 400°F for 15 minutes or bake at 425°F for 25 to 30°C, stirring halfway through cooking.

  • While your potatoes are cooking, prepare your quick curry.

  • Cut your tofu into small cubes and fry it in a drizzle of oil for 5 minutes until lightly browned.

  • Slice and add your vegetables and cook for another 5 minutes.

  • Add your coconut milk and Thai curry paste and mix well.

  • Assemble your potato wedges with your curry on top and with coconut yogurt, sriracha for spice, fresh cilantro and lime juice.

  • The lime juice really brightens it up, so I don’t recommend skipping it!

Portion: 1portionCalories: 681kilocaloriesCarbohydrates: 96gProtein: 30gFat: 24gSaturated fat: 12gPolyunsaturated fats: 4.88gMonounsaturated fat: 4.71gSodium: 430.3mgPotassium: 2275.1mgFiber: 13.6gSugar: 17.4gVitamin A: 364.7UIVitamin C: 141.02mgCalcium: 636.8mgIron: 8.3mg

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