Vegan Japanese Turnip Curry
If turnips aren't your thing, then Japanese turnips will definitely change your opinion. Japanese turnips are normally used for salads, and they taste great with just some sea salt sprinkled on them. Unlike most other turnips, these are mildly sweet and crunchy, almost like radishes. This Indian-style curry, or korma, is a rich, creamy and flavorful entree that pairs well with rotis and rice.
This recipe was submitted by Eat, Live, Burp in collaboration with the OxBox Project: food bloggers creating delicious recipes featuring Oxbow Farm vegetables.
If you can't find Japanese turnips, look for baby turnips instead. If you're sensitive to spicy foods, reduce the number of chile peppers in the spice paste and seed Thai chiles before using.