Slow Cooker Dal Makhani and it’s just as delicious (if not better) than the restaurant variety? Yes, please! We’re doing the War on Debt still so we’re on a restaurant moratorium. I’m missing Indian food. Even though I’ve made a few Indian dishes at home, it’s never quite the same. So I thought about what […]
I’m sharing this deliciously simple Better Butter “Chicken” made with chickpeas, of course. This post is shared with Real Food Wednesday, Whole Food Wednesdays, What’s Cooking Wednesday, Works for me Wednesday, These Chicks Cooked and Bake with Bizzy, Hearth and Soul Hop. Better Butter Chicken Ingredients 2 cups chickpeas, cooked 1 cup onion, sliced 1 […]
Baked Potato Ball Curry, honestly I think we’ll be calling it “Tater Tot Curry” around here. I cannot even believe how delicious the little baked potato balls turned out. I could eat them even without the curry sauce…and believe me, I LOVE curry sauce.
Day 351. Remembering my renewed pledge to make more bread, I decided to use my Indian Potato Kale Soup to create a new bread recipe based on mashed potato bread. I created a similar recipe way back on Day 34: Mashed Chickpea Cauliflower Bread. This is a great all-in-one meal bread, full of nutrients from the […]
Welcome HuffPost readers! Learn more about Me. Day 350. There are really only 15 days left in my challenge? Somehow at this point, with the holidays and having run through more than 350 other recipes it seems like it might be the longest 15 days ever. But, I stumbled on a pretty tasty-sounding recipe for today. I’d […]
Day 295. I’m so excited to try the slow cooker seitan from Kathy Hester’s book The Vegan Slow Cooker. The book is definitely a worthwhile investment for vegan mommy. It’s chock full of great recipes that you can start and walk away and play with your kids. The recipe is a little different from the […]
I adore Indian food. And Butter Chicken is one of those classic Indian restaurant favorites that I regularly try to emulate at home. I haven’t perfected the delicious sauce yet, but I keep trying. This is another attempt, this time based on a recipe from Sanjeev Kapoor.
Day 235. Tomato Bhindi, the delicious Indian-spiced pan-fried okra, uses fresh tomatoes and okra from the garden. It’s a great slightly spicy summer treat. Tomato Bhindi Ingredients 1 tablespoon Olive Oil 1 pound Okra ¼ teaspoons Salt #1 1 teaspoon Cumin 3 teaspoons mince Garlic, Cloves 1 cup dice Tomato ¼ teaspoons Salt #2 2 […]
Day 172. My husband and I love Indian food. Somewhat surprisingly, the kids do, too. While little Goose can’t have anything super spicy yet, Bug absolutely loves spicy everything (in moderation, of course). I thought it might be really hard to make Samosas. They are these perfect little fried cones of goodness filled with potatoes […]
Day 103. So, tandoori chicken is one of my husband’s favorites at Indian restaurants, but all the authentic recipes call for some specialized furnace thing in which to cook them called a tandoor. I don’t have that furnace thing. When I found this grill recipe, I literally yelled, “yay!” Yep, I’m a food nerd. Homemade […]