Sweet Potato and Lentil Curry Casserole (V,GF)

by Kelli & Brad

sweet potato lentil curry casseroleThis is an easy dinner, and one that the whole family will like. It’s also a good one to serve when you have your non-healthy eating oriented friends over for dinner. The curry ads a fun kick to the dish that makes this dish memorable.



Health Benefits:

Sweet Potatoes are packed with vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins A and C, which help prevent cell damage, cancer, and immune system problems. It is also high in fiber, which aids digestion and helps regulate blood sugar levels (helping to prevent diabetes).

Lentils: Lentils are very high in fiber (aids digestion, helps prevent heart disease, helps regulate blood sugar), magnesium (helps prevent heart attacks) and iron (energy) and Folic Acid (B9 – brain and nerve health, critical to metabolic process). Lentils are also a great source of protein from plants.

Quinoa is high in fiber and is a complete protein. Quinoa is high in minerals like manganese, magnesium, iron, copper and phosphorus. It helps prevent type 2 diabetes, asthma, heart diseases, gallstones and migraines. It helps provide energy and relaxes muscles and blood vessels.

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Lea Taylor February 9, 2011

This sounds so yummy to me! Too bad that Richard does not like sweet potatoes nor curry!!! I am on the look out for more recipes with Quinoa. How about you?


Kelli February 9, 2011

Do you like leftovers? 😉

We love using quinoa. We’ve mostly used it to replace rice or add a little more substance to some dishes, so I haven’t thought of it much in terms of recipes . . . but I like your thinking. I’ve come across yummy-looking muffins and other baked goods made with quinoa. I’ll keep my eyes out, too and get some posted on here.


kinne kirschbaum March 17, 2011

I will try your sweet potato recipe. Looks good and will let you know. What a great site. Thanks for the work. ~K~


Siobhan Landis November 2, 2011

Interesting – I love curries, but I’ve never used mango in one (or in fact raisins, except in one quick and easy rice dish I make that starts with frying up some onions, raisins, and shredded apple in curry). Sounds worth a try!


Brad November 2, 2011

Be sure to come back and let us know what you thought! I’ve seen raisins in curries fairly often and it’s a fantastic contract of texture and sweetness in the curry. Then you throw in the mango and it’s a rush of a food experience. You’re gonna love it!


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