Baked vegetables and beans in creamy white curry!

Oodles of vegetables baked together in a creamy white curry with mild flavors and some red beans, topped with fried onions. This is a great meal option for everyone and specially for those on a low carb diet. Serve with any bread you like, else it dosent really require any siders.

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|Ingredients|

Cheese curry
▪ 1 cup low fat milk
▪ 2 tea spoon low fat cream cheese
▪ 1/2 – 3/4 cup grated cheese (cheddar or any cheese of your choice)
▪ 1/2 teaspoon white pepper
▪ Crushed oregano to taste
▪ Salt and pepper to taste

Vegetables
▪ 1 cup cauliflower thinned to bite size pieces
▪ 1 cup broccoli thinned to bite size pieces
▪ 1/2 cup red/pinto beans/ mixed beans (I used canned ones)
▪ 2 carrots, sliced lengthwise
▪ 1 medium red onion, cut lengthwise
▪ 2 teaspoon olive oil/butter
▪ Salt and pepper to taste

|Method|

▪ Preheat oven to 350F
▪ In a pan heat milk and when warm add cream cheese and mix well. Do not allow it to boil.
▪ Add white pepper, salt and pepper to taste and grated cheese.
▪ Mix well and let it cook for 4 -5 mintues on low to medium heat.
▪ Simultaneously, in a pan, heat olive oil/butter and fry onions till crispy and brown.
▪ Remove the onion and in the same pan saute vegetables and beans for few minutes and add little salt.
▪ Grease the baking dish (I used pyrex 3 cup rectangular dish) and pour some cheese curry and then add all the vegetables and bean.

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▪ Top it up with remaining curry and finally add crispy fried onions .

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▪ Bake for 30-35 minutes or until you see bubbles.
▪ Let it stand for few minutes and serve hot!

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Enjoy! ♡

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