If a curry could be likened to an item of clothing, it would definitely be fuzzy socks. The two are both warm, comforting and just plain cozy. Whether you’re a meat eater or vegan, a dessert fiend or fried food fanatic, there is a magnificent curry dish here for everyone. Start a fire and curl up with one of these fantastic dishes ASAP.

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1. 30 Minute Coconut Curry: Depending on the recipe, curry can sometimes be a long process. This simple coconut curry comes together in just 30 minutes and is easily adaptable to whatever happens to be in your fridge that day. (via Minimalist Baker)

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2. Broccoli Salad With Cashew Curry Dressing: Curry dishes don’t have to be heavy. This broccoli salad with cashew curry dressing is still comforting, but a bit more on the nutritious side. Plus, it’s paleo and gluten free. (via Food Faith Fitness)

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3. Bangkok Coconut Curry Noodle Bowls: Coconut and curry go together like PB&J. This noodle bowl is the perfect thing to curl up with on a cold winter night and help you slip slowly into a curry-induced food coma. (via Pinch of Yum)

4. Coconut Curry Quinoa With Mushrooms, Lemongrass and Roasted Cauliflower: This plant-based curry is a feast for the eyes and the mouth. With that extra juicy crunch of pomegranate, it has to be delicious. (via Plant Crush)

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5. Coconut Curry French Toast: Now I know you have never heard of Coconut Curry French toast! This is going to be on your next brunch menu for sure. (via Builicious)

6. Curried Fried Calamari: We all know calamari is your go-to app when you visit your favorite Italian restaurant, but you can easily make it at home with the glorious spice that is curry. (via Curious Nut)

7. Curried Tofu Salad: You don’t have to be vegan to dig this incredibly creamy tofu salad. Make this for a picnic date and your BF won’t even know he’s eating tofu. (via From a Chef’s Kitchen)

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8. Curried Apple Relish: Curry is so versatile. Here, it’s used in a sweet curried apple relish. This would be awesome with some warmed brie. (via Veganosity)

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9. Curried Peach Hand Pies: We love the use of curry in dessert, and these curried peach hand pies are a great start if you have never tried it before. (via The Pig and Quill)

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10. 10-Minute Spicy Pumpkin Curry Chowder: This Pumpkin Curry Chowder comes together in only 10 minutes. Who needs takeout again? (via Healthy Nibbles and Bits)

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11. Salmon and Sweet Potato Korma: Salmon and sweet potatoes are an unlikely but delicious combo. With a blend of curry, tomato and coconut, this sauce is good enough to eat on anything. (via My Modern Cookery)

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12. Lightened Up Curried Tuna Salad: Bored with your same old brown sack lunch? Make a big batch of this curried tuna salad to eat all week long. Your body and tastebuds with thank you. (via FashionEdible)

13. Curry Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a great base for so many great flavor combinations. Somehow, curry works just perfectly with these curry deviled eggs. (via Sweet and Savory by Shinee)

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14. Curry Brined Chicken: This chicken is brined in a buttermilk curry mixture, then roasted. Can you say juicy and flavorful?! (via The BBQ Buddha)

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15. Peanutty Thai Curry Hummus: What could make hummus even better? Make it peanutty curry hummus, of course. (via An Edible Mosaic)

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16. Vegetable Curry With Plantains: With so many contrasting flavors and textures, this vegetable curry starring plantains is sure to be a party on your palate. (via Contentedness Cooking)

17. Ginger Sweet Potato Soup With Toasted Curry Croutons: Not only is this soup seasoned with curry, but so are the crispy croutons on top. Try freezing a big batch to whip out whenever you like. (via Climbing Grier Mountain)

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18. Cranberry Pecan Curry Rice: This particular curry dish just screams fall. Try making this for an autumn potluck this season and wait for the compliments to roll in. (via Food, Folks and Fun)

Do you have a favorite curry dish you love to curl up with? Leave us a comment with the recipe!