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Monthly Archives: June 2014

You’ve probably heard carb-lovers diss cauliflower crust pizza and flatbread. DON’T LISTEN TO THEM. I’m a carb lover. Seriously. Bread, pizza, pastries, pasta. I love them so much I could cry. Oh, if only they didn’t make me so fat and my tummy so unhappy. What I’m saying is, I love pizza. And bread. But […]

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  • Emily

    This is my favorite. I’m making it again tonight.ReplyCancel

If you’ve never had Indian food PLEASE try this. And naan. I make the two together and what a deeelicious meal it is. Indian is one of my most favorite foods to eat out, but I’m a bit particular and have decided on a favorite restaurant to get it. I either get curry or tikka […]

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  • Kim Johansen

    Where do you buy garam Marsala? I couldn’t find it at my grocery store.ReplyCancel

    • I got mine at Sprouts which is more of a natural foods store and they have a big variety of spices in bulk. I’d start somewhere like that- they tend to have more of the less-common items. Then if you still can’t find it, see if you can find an Indian specialty store!ReplyCancel

  • Kim Johansen

    Made this last week. So yummy! I have never made any kind of Indian food. So, I didn’t know what to except but the recipe was delicious and easy. I also made the naan and my kids loved it especially my 9 month old. Thanks, dafni!ReplyCancel

  • Anna

    Made this a couple of days ago…actually I am scarfing the left overs for lunch as I type. I’ve never made curry before, so I appreciated how easy and also how quick it was. I’ll be adding it to my Pinterest board of “Recipes I’ve tried and liked!”

    Also, in case anybody is wondering—I’d say the recipe serves about 4-6. (4 large portions) Is that what you would say Dafni?ReplyCancel

    • I agree- it is quick and easy! Definitely one of my favorites. So glad you liked it!

      Thank you for the note about portions- that’s what I’ve found, too. I’ll get that added to the recipe!ReplyCancel

Roasting. Roasting makes things so yummy. We roast all kinds of things over here, but it’s almost always my preferred preparation for vegetables.   Asparagus Sweet potatoes Brussel sprouts Broccoli Red potatoes Carrots Cauliflower Zucchini       Off the top of my head, that’s a pretty delicious list. Roasting is easy and I like […]

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  • Leah

    I LOVE roasting vegis. I made these last night for dinner. Sometimes I roast a bunch of different vegis then layer 6 sheets of phyllo dough with olive oil and Parmesan cheese on each layer. Pile on the roasted vegis, sprinkle more cheese, then wrap them up and bake. Oh, so yummy.ReplyCancel

Naan is basically an Indian version of pita bread. Flat, fluffy, chewy deliciousness. I’ve only eaten naan as a side/plate cleaner to curry and masala, but I’m sure the uses are endless. It’s bread and it’s so yummy.   Or just eat it plain. With butter. You have options.     I will tell you- […]

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