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Semi-Healthy Curry

Semi-Healthy Curry
Saturday, February 16, 2008
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I had the strongest craving for something Indian today. I can eat curry most days but I have to maintain a balance in my cooking and I don’t think E would have appreciated curry every day. Another reason for not cooking curry dishes is that I like to have mine with rice. Now rice is wonderful and I love it to bits but it tends to go all into my tummy and stays there in the form of a layer of fat so I try not to have rice more than say twice a month.

Anyway, I’ve been suffering from a sore throat and a cold which meant I spend most of yesterday in bed and didn’t feel like cooking. I woke up this morning and was going through foodie blogroll as you do first thing in the morning:-) and came across a couple of curry recipes and it brought back all the good memories:-) so I am opting for this potato curry which means we don’t have to have rice with it and some crunchy spicy green beans to go with it. I used Greek yogurt in curry but you can substitute it with double cream if you like. I think the best combination is half thick yogurt and half cream. The food turned out nicely. It was not heavy at all and went down well without any need for rice.

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Happy New Year and a Banana Slice:-)

Happy New Year and a Banana Slice:-)
Friday, January 4, 2008
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Slater saves the day, Again!

Slater saves the day, Again!
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
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Listening to: Newton Faulkner- Teardrops

Thinking about: Shopping

I’ve mentioned Nigel Slater’s new website a while back. I am a big fan of his free style and fuss less cooking so when I was looking for a trouble-free comfort food, Nigel’s site seemed like the obvious place to look. I had a look at the winter menu and came across a pumpkin and ginger curry recipe which looked gorgeous. I replaced the pumpkins for butternut squash and made a couple of tiny changes (I’m not a big fan of lemongrass) but other than this I followed the recipe step by step and the result was this lemony, coconuty, light curry which was simply wonderful. Check out Slater’s web site for his great recipes. The baked onions with cream and parmesan are next in line to be cooked.

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