Green Thai curry stew with rice (Vegetarian)

I made another quick, cheap, and lazy vegetarian meal that will help with my nutrition.

This one took approximately 20-30 minutes to prepare. You can easily add everything in one mix and let the flavour seep into the vegetables.

My pot was too small, so I did as a part of a 2-step process.

How did I make it?

  • I put the rice into the rice cooker. Let that cook for 20 mins.
  • Boiled the potatoes for 10 minutes.
  • Added the rest of the vegetables, kidney beans, and Green curry, and coconut mix and let it boil for another 10 minutes.

Tip to make it quicker.

I bought the vegetables fresh, cleaned them, and chopped them up. You could buy frozen vegetables that’s already chopped if you want to speed up the process.

This will probably save you 5-10 minutes.

Macros

IngredientsServing sizeProteinCarbohydrates
White rice200g14g160g
Potatoes50g1g8.5g
Carrots100g1g9.6g
Ayam Green Curry12g1g2.9g
Onion25g0.25g2.5g
Kidney beans200g17g25.4g
Coconut milk100g0.2g0.5g
Total500g34.45g209.4g

Costs

IngredientsSizeCost
White rice1kg$2.95
Potatoes2kg$7.00
Carrots1kg$2.90
Ayam Green Curry195g$3.30
Onion2kg$5.00
Kidney beans420g$0.80
Coconut milk1L$2.80
Total7.605kg$24.75

*These costs are based on the price that I paid in Australian dollars at Woolworths supermarket.

Each serving should be approximately 500g

You should be able to get 15 meals if you use all of the ingredients.

Estimated cost per serving – $1.65

I typically aim to keep my meals to less than $3 per serving. This one ticks the box for me in terms of getting the macros in and if you are doing physical activities or training during the day.