Chinese Vegetable Curry with Jicama and Soya Chunks (TVP) | Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe

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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Chinese Vegetable Curry – Jicama & Soya Chunks : A delicious Chinese vegetable curry made with jicama (Chinese/Mexican yam, batate/patate chinois) and soya chunks (also known as Textured Vegetable Protein or TVP). ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://veganlovlie.com/2016/02/chinese-vegetable-curry-jicama-soya-chunks-textured-vegetable-protein.html

    The tropical fruit flavours from the ripe pineapple combined with soy sauce gives that umami flavour in the starchy gooey curry sauce. It is quite reminiscent of fish sauce without the strong smell. Your taste buds will be singing!

    Tips:
    How to Peel and Cut a Pineapple – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dluDTRxVgJk
    Pre-mince, Prepare, Preserve & Store Ginger or Garlic – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVVk7CtXNpo

    More recipes featuring Jicama from the channel:
    Chop Suey with Jicama and Black Beans – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe6-CjR4OF4
    Easy and Spicy Mauritian-style Jicama, Pineapple and Mango Pickle – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOZ5Bzh2qkU

    More recipes featuring Soya Chunks from the channel:
    Okra and Soya Chunks Biryani – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdSauojnzeU

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    Special thanks:
    Recipe and Video Editing: Kevin Mangaroo (http://www.kevinmangaroo.com)
    Audio credit: Kelp Grooves by Little Glass Men (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Little_Glass_Men/Kelp_Grooves/Kelp_Grooves)
    Himalaya by The Fish Who Saved The Planet (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Fish_Who_Saved_The_Planet/The_Fish_Who_Saved_the_Planet/Himalaya)
    Beachfront Celebration by Kevin MacLeod (http://www.incompetech.com)

  2. Thanks so much for this recipe. I was looking for something to make with soya chunks which I've never used before and this video was the one that I liked the most. I've just eaten it and it was delicious. I couldn't find Jicama here in Spain so I made it with turnip instead and also added green beans and at the last couple of minutes some zucchini. The sauce didn't turn out, it was too think so next time I won't put the corn starch, never the less I really liked the soya chunks which resembled tender meat. Looking forward to watching more of your videos. Greetings from Barcelona.

  3. OMG, if I wasn't so tired after a long day, I would make this right now. But be sure I will be making it tomorrow. Just found your channel. Great vids.

  4. This looks so good, I'm going to try it today! I had a question…after you boil the soya chunks, do you just drain or do you also squeeze out the water? Thanks!

  5. Ive been looking for a Chinese recipe like this,without the MSG.You've made my day…This curry is one of my fav's.
    Just looked at some of your other recipes..WOW,WOW,WOW Im going to have a field day trying out all your fabulous dishes.
    Subbed 🙂
    Look forward to your future vids.

  6. hey great to see Kevin in the kitchen chopping that veg. well done Kevin another mouthwatering moment with the influence of Dundee of all places, perfect and looked so tasty.

  7. I had a REALLY good curry at a Chinese restaurant years ago that was nothing like an Indian or Thai curry. This is what it looked like! It must be the corn starchy gravy that makes it just right. I'm so glad I found this. I can't wait to try it.

  8. This looks succulent, and it's always a pleasure to watch Boyfriendlovlie cook! I will be sure to purchase the ingredients for this dish this week, as curry stir fry is one of the best things to make for dinner in the bleak midwinter. Thanks for posting : )

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