Potato rice curry | Freelee’s favourite foods

Hello and welcome to The Vegan Corner. I’m quite sure you already know who
Freelee is, and if you do, you also know that she has been supporting
us since the very beginning. In fact, it is only thanks to her that thousands of
people managed to find their way to our channel. However, in case you don’t know who she is, you
might want to have a look at her YouTube channel, because the girl is literally changing
the world one video at a time, and she has been doing so for many years now. You
can find the link to her channel in the description box. I’ve been looking for a way to thank Freelee for
her kindness and support for quite some time now, and the only thing I could come up with is to
make a video series of her favourite foods. In this series we’ll attempt not only to
tackle Freelee’s favourite foods and to teach you how to prepare them, but we
will also endeavour to make these preparations as easy and scrumptious as possible,
as this is what RawTill4 is all about: food that basically prepares itself and
keeps you healthy along the way. In one of her vlogs, Freelee shows a
delicious-looking rice potato curry, and since we actually got pretty
hungry looking at it, that is the first recipe we decided to
reproduce and share with you. To begin with, steam the pumpkin and the
potatoes until they reach the desired crunch, and then dice them into small pieces. You
can use any pumpkin you want for this recipe, and you can also substitute it with sweet potatoes;
a lot of choices as you can see! Now, take your favourite pan and tip in the tomato
sauce, the cayenne pepper and curry powder, and stir the ingredients to properly combine them.
Any tomato sauce or passata will work for this recipe, so don’t stress too much looking
for unnecessary ingredients. Now bring the sauce to the boil,
add in the peas and the corn, stir them in and bring to the boil once again. Basically the entire recipe revolves around steaming,
boiling and stirring; no cooking degree needed! Once the sauce is back to the boil, tip in the
diced potatoes and pumpkin and stir them in to complete the condiment for the rice. You
don’t want to stir too much during this step, or the vegetables will fall apart,
over thickening the sauce. At this point you can also taste the
condiment and add salt if desired. Before adding the rice and stirring it
in to complete the dish, add the water into the pan to thin down
the condiment just a bit, so that it will better blend with the rice,
creating a more scrumptious-looking dish. And the recipe is now complete; minutes to put
it together, healthy and packed full of flavour. Although this might look like a simple dish,
this delicacy delivers a perfectly balanced and unique combination of flavours, that
I’m sure won’t fail to impress you. For the ultimate Freelee inspired tasting
experience, make sure to eat this dish with your favourite lettuce leaves, and, if you
want, some freshly squeezed lemon juice. We also want to inform you that this
will not be a continuous series, as we will take our time to properly develop the
other recipes of the series and share them with you as soon as we are happy with the results. If you liked today’s video, please don’t forget to give it a thumbs up before
moving on and subscribe if you haven’t already. Many thanks for watching.

100 thoughts on “Potato rice curry | Freelee’s favourite foods

  1. Eating this dish right now! I am proud indeed, it's incredibly easy, delicious and so nutritionally dense. I'm never able to resist your recipes and always have to try them out immediately. The best part is they bring my family closer to veganism and plant based food 🙂 Thank you!

  2. I tried the recipe tonight and it was quite good 😊But I cut my sweet potato into too small pieces so they were unnoticeable in the dish!

  3. how are you guys so cool omg <3 inspiring vegans and people who love to eat food around the world!! Thanks so much for your amazing channel!!

  4. Going to give this a go, I do somthing simlilar peas and potato cooked in a pasata sauce than add pasta.
    Love how you and Freelee are sharing the vegan way

  5. Hey The Vegan Corner, what is that type of pan did you used to mix all the ingredients? Is it non stick? It looks AMAZING by the way!!!

  6. I love you guys so much! I actually was very sad when I saw Freelee eating this in her video, so you can imagine how much I appreciate this recipe right now! Thank you guys for being awesome! <3

  7. You could read me the phone book and I would listen for hours…

    Great video! Might try this out sometime, looks like a very yummy combo!

  8. Where can i buy that nice looking pan? (name,manufacturer…)
    LOVE your videos !!!
    Thank you so much, just keep cookin' 😉

  9. Yayyy!! Thank you so much… this is perfect! Can't wait to see more of them. I love it that you support each other too xx

  10. Could you do some high protein meals for us veggie bodybuilders? Would love to see some high protein bean burgers recipes and sweet potato fries recipes!

  11. Hi!! I just wanted to say if it wasn't for Freelee, I would have never found you!!! I'm glad I did because you have saved my butt many times when it came to vegan cooking! And I also wanted to say that I am so grateful that you post the ingredients/measurements in the description box because so many you tubers tend to link their blog website for the recipe and it's just so annoying and then I'd have to scroll through their blog and find the recipe. Thank you so much!! Hopefully more people will find there way to your awesome channel!!

  12. Great video! I was wondering if you guys could do a video on how to cook long-grain rice properly? Mine always start out long and thin when they're dry but then end up all puffed up looking! It would be really helpful.

  13. The first video I saw was your vegan choc chip cookies and they were ridiculously easy and delicious to make! You guys put out the best recipes. So convenient, healthy and super tasty! Thanks 🙂 Keep up the awesome work.

  14. I just cooked this up. I made it with sweet potatoes rather the pumpkin since I don't particularity like pumpkin. It tastes amazing. Cannot wait to share it with my family.

  15. I am vegan because of Freelee and I found your channel through her and I am so glad I did. I love your videos and everything I have tried to make has come out perfectly. Thanks for your amazing recipes!

  16. This is sooo yummy. Can you do a recipe on stuffed bell peppers because most of the ones online use ground beef and I don't know hat to substitute it with.

  17. I just made this tonight, and OMG, it was so so SO yummy! Plus i made it so I have five-ish servings, which will last me the week! I chose to just use potatoes, and boiled them for 15 minutes or so, and I loved it. Thank you for the recipe!

  18. Transitioning to a plant based lifestyle and this is a go-to! I like it spicy so I kick up the cayenne and curry, but other than that, a great little basic for my recipe book. Thank you so much!

  19. I made this, the other day. It was delicious! I used butternut squash. I did add some fried onions for extra flavor. Next time, I will probably add minced garlic and lentils, as well as a little more of the spices. It tasted super spicy when I took a few bites out of the pan, but it lost a little flavor by the time that I plated it and cleaned up.
    Leftovers microwave well.

  20. I came from the Banana girl's channel as well, haha… I love this channel, subscribed! Can't wait for new recipes to come… Cheers bro's…)

  21. Im not a vegan but your videos have helped me to reduce A LOT the amount of meat I eat to a minimum of once a week. Really quick,cheap and most importantly tasty recipes. Thank you very much and keep up the good work!

  22. quick question here, how do I stop eating? I am constantly eating and gaining weight from it which I don't need. I'm 14, and vegan. I've tried hclf and rawtill4 and It's taking me nearly a year to recover from ednos

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