Red Lentils are Dal-icious!

Dal. Daal? Dahl? However you spell it, the stuff is awesome. My first attempt was stove top with yellow split peas, and while it too was delicious, I’ve moved to a way easier and less-involved process: this time, I’m whipping out the crock pot! Packed with protein and a pretty hue, I went with red […]

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Coconut-Curried Chicken & Broccoli

I won’t pretend to know a whole lot about Indian or Thai cuisines, but I do love the flavor profiles most commonly associated with these dishes and crave them often – especially with chicken. We picked up a 5 lb bag of frozen chicken breasts from Costco a few weeks ago, so I’ve had plenty […]

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Chicken Satay-Kebabs & Peanut Sauce

Inspired by a craving for peanut sauce and beloved ingredients in my pantry, I had a ton of fun experimenting with the marinade for this satay/kebab mashup today. If you are using wooden skewers, you should soak them in water for about 30 minutes before cooking to prevent the meat from sticking. Unfortunately I was […]

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First Attempt: Spinach is Dal-icious

Indian cuisine is excellent for warming weeknight meals, if you can avoid the rice (pretty much impossible, especially if you crave the spicy stuff like I do). Dal – a mild stew-like side dish of split lentils, peas, or beans – is one of The Boyfriend’s favorites so today I’m attempting to make my own […]

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