One pot meals are a mom’s best friend. So are meals that can be made in advance. If I foresee a difficult evening, I will often make this meal as early as 2 pm, and cook it on low heat so it takes longer to be ready. Then, I keep it warm, and make a pot of rice a half hour before dad comes home.
So easy! The chickpeas add protein, the coconut milk adds calories and beneficial fatty acids (especially important when you’re nursing!), and it makes a lot so you can save leftovers for an easy lunch the next day. Kale may seem like a strange addition, but it really works!
Vegetable & Chickpea Curry in Coconut Milk ~ Joanna Steven
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