Lady Magnon (and Cro to a certain extent) is slowly becoming veggie.
One of her favourite dishes is a simple veggie curry. I've experimented with several recipes over the years, but she 'demands' this one, far more than any others.
It is a three ingredient (plus spices) curry; Red Onion, Red Kidney Beans, and a small Aubergine. Home grown other than the tiny tin of beans. It couldn't be simpler, or more delicious.
Method: Fry a finely sliced Onion in plenty of Rapeseed oil, add a teaspoon of medium curry paste and about the same of Garam Masala and fry for a while, add the Aubergine (quartered lengthwise then halved) and fry until half cooked, add enough water to make a thinnish sauce, then add the drained Red Beans and cook until you're happy.
I also added S & P, a quarter of a vegetable stock cube, a splash of Lemon juice, and as I had a couple of long thin (not hot) peppers handy, I threw those in as well. I cooked it about 2 hours in advance, then re-heated it to eat.
Serve with Basmati Rice, a few Poppadoms, and your favourite Indian Pickles or Chutney.
If you fancy a really authentic, meatless, Indian domestic curry, then try this one; you wouldn't be disappointed.
If consumed accompanied by Indian music; you'd almost be in Rajasthan.