Although most vegetarian curry recipes originate in India, there’s a world of curries out there that can be easily adapted to be made without meat. Thai curries without the fish sauce or shrimp paste! Katsu curry without chicken! You might not be able to order them when you go out to eat, but thanks to these food blogger recipes, you can easily whip them up for dinner at home.
(And, if you have leftovers, that’s totally cool because they taste even better after a day or two in the fridge. Lunch for days!)
Load up this Thai-inspired curry soup with your favorite vegetables and protein-rich tofu for a filling winter meal.
Veggie-Packed Coconut Red Curry Soup from Hello Veggie
An Ayurvedic curry that makes use of ginger and healing herbs and spices to support digestive health.
Healing Red Lentil Curry with Turmeric and Spinach from The Awesome Green
If you haven’t tried Jamaican curry powder before, it’s worth seeking out for this Caribbean-inspired vegetarian curry.
Caribbean Black Eyed Pea & Collard Green Curry from The Full Helping
Japanese curry often has apple added to it and combined with crispy tofu cutlets, this curry is totally crush-worthy.
Vegan Katsu Curry with Tofu from Lazy Cat Kitchen
This Indian curry can be made on the stovetop or in an Instant Pot–and it’s a great way to enjoy mung beans, which pack 15 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber in a serving!
Mung Bean and Coconut Curry from Hey Nutrition Lady
Winter squash will be out of season soon, so it’s the perfect time to cook up a big pot of this sweet-and-spicy curry.
Vegan Butternut Squash Curry with Spinach from Healthy Nibbles
Cashews add crunch–not to mention lots of nutrients!–to this simple vegetarian curry recipe.
Comforting Cashew Curry from Hello Glow4