TANGY WELSH DRAGON CURRY, LEEK & ONION BHAJIS | @avantgardevegan by Gaz Oakley


Hi Guys, Its Gaz

!!This is the episode 3 from Season Three, a beautiful, easy, Tangy Welsh Dragon Curry plus amazing Leek & Onion Bhajis. I used Welsh Potatoes, Cauliflower & Leek all from Blas Y Tir. Check out Blas Y Tir on Instagram @blas_y_tir 🙂

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This curry is so simple to make and really flavoursome. The Leek & Onion Bhajis are incredible too.

Full written recipe on my website:

https://www.avantgardevegan.com/gazs-recipes/

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20 comments

  1. You’re my new favorite YouTube channel! I LOVE your videos- your recipes look so amazing and your energy and enthusiasm are really wonderful too! I pre-ordered your cookbook too! Keep it up, please!

  2. YouTube’s got to work on their advertisement algorithms. I just had an advert for Hillshire Farms sausages and lunch meat before watching a video on a vegan channel. 🙁

  3. Hi Gaz! I just discovered your channel a few days ago, I looooved your videos and I just watched all your videos at once! The recipes look so yummy, I cannot wait to try them (I already preordered your book). I just wanted to send you some encouragements to continue your channel and all your projects, because the way you present vegan food might be the right way to make more people embrace the lifestyle. Love and kisses from France 😉

  4. great video! but doesn’t the leek need to be cleaned some more? Like rinsed in water to get out sand in between the rings? I thought leeks tend to be really dirty

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