Crockpot Curry

Bursting with coconut, curry goodness, this savoury meal will keep you satisfied long after you’ve taken your last delicious bite.


So it doesn’t seem so long ago that I posted a sweet potato recipe. Like… last Thursday??? I find I use them at least once a week though. They help stave off my potato chip cravings. Kind of.

And I’m excited to share this meal with you because it’s another quick, easy meal for weekday lunches. It does have to sit in a crockpot for several hours, but aside from that, prep is easy peasy!


Crockpot Curry (makes 4 good-sized lunches)
2 small sweet potatoes, chopped into bite-sized pieces
1 can of chickpeas, drained & rinsed
1 14oz can of diced tomatoes
1 14oz can of light coconut milk
1 tbsp fresh grated ginger **if you are not used to ginger, use .5-1 tsp (or 1/4 tsp dried)

Combine everything in a your crockpot, set to medium heat and cook for 4 hours. Stir every 30-60 minutes.

That’s it!

I’ll be honest, I got this idea from a blog I used to follow, however it appears the blog is no longer active. I thought I would at least give EC credit though =)


What are your easy weekday lunches?

10 thoughts on “Crockpot Curry

  1. This looks like a great idea – though I am not into ginger enough to just use that as flavouring – would probably be happy with curry powder or mustard and smoked paprika. I need some of these quick curries right now – it has been a week where I haven’t cooked much at all!

    1. You aren’t into ginger??? Hmmmm I’m not sure we can still be friends… just kidding 😉
      Actually smoked paprika would go well with it. Or garam masala. I need to find more quick meals myself, this week has been heavily dependent on take out :/

  2. I was a late convert to sweet potatoes and now i can’t get enough of the veg , whether its in a sweet or a savoury dish, i like it. And I love the look of this crockpot curry, the flavours and the colours and an added bonus – its got chickpeas too. There are so many good blogs that are no longer active and its a little sad too, (i do go back to them more than the PR ones) as that is where i still find most of my foodie inspiration.

    1. Me too, so I’m making up for lost time haha 😉 I’m finding I have bookmarked so many recipes and I will go looking for something I haven’t made in awhile only to be disappointed that the blog is no longer.

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