While Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William take a bit of time away from the royal spotlight to enjoy a few days of peace on their annual vacation with their three kids – Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three – many are wondering what the Duchess will be up to during her days off, and while it’s likely she’ll be kept busy running after three hyper kids, we have no doubt that Kate will still manage to cram in some time to indulge in at least one her many hobbies – one which she recently revealed included beekeeping.
Kate Middleton is an accomplished cook, having already impressed Britain’s sweetheart Mary Berry with her baking abilities, and previously she revealed that she chooses “home-cooked comfort food over luxury dining“, so while on vacation it’s very likely that the Duchess of Cambridge will pick up the cooking mantle and recreate some of her favourite dishes for the family. But what is her ultimate favourite dish, and how can you recreate it at home? Find out below!
While the Duchess of Cambridge is known for her healthy eating and lifestyle, from time to time, Kate Middleton just can’t help herself but indulge in an Indian takeaway like the rest of us, in fact, she’s previously described it as a “favourite” and a “guilty pleasure” of hers, in a radio interview with BBC Radio One.
But for times when she can’t get a takeaway, the 39-year-old mom of three uses a recipe just like the one below to create a perfect Indian meal right at home, and now so can you!
Kate Middleton Vegetarian ‘Spicy’ Curry recipe
The Duchess of Cambridge follows a mainly vegetarian-based diet, so her go-to dish would unsurprisingly be also meat-free, however, the delicious video recipe below, shared by Easy Cookbook, can be adjusted to include meat if required! Bon appétit mon cheri!
Ingredients you’ll need for the recipe: Water, 1/2 Cup Potato, 1/2 Cup Carrot, 1/2 Cup French Beans, 1/2 Cup Cauliflower, 2TBSPS Oil, 1TSP Jeera, 2 Slit Green Chillies, 1 Chopped Onion, 1TSP Ginger Garlic Paste, 2 Tomato Puree, Salt, 1/2 TSP Turmeric, 1TBS Red Chilli Powder, 1TBS Cumin Powder, 1TBS Coriander Powder, 2TSPS Cashew Paste, 1/4 Cup Fresh Peas, 1/2 Garam Masala, 1TBSP Ghee, 1TBSP Cream (optional), 2TBSP Fresh Coriander.