Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand here it is: part 3 of my triptych of Indian delights to feast your face on. I usually eat this as a side dish along with the Saag Aloo Gobi and the Okra Tomato curry, however it is just as tasty if eaten for the 'main event!' Packed with protein (approx 22g per 1/2 cup) this tasty dish is really filling and energising, and it's super low in fat to boot. This would be great as a side dish for EVERY meal (but probably not as let's face it, nobody wants to eat the same thing every day, that's just dullsville!) Another great thing about this dish is that it is seriously yummy eaten either hot or cold, so you could have some with your dinner, then have the rest the next day for lunch with some salad or whatever else you happen to fancy for lunch that day. Flexibility is the name of the game here!
Hello, how are you? Enjoying the cold, drizzle and darkness that winter is bestowing upon us? No, me neither. I've blinked and it's winter again, how depressing. When it's freezing and dark outside, hot comforting and spicy foods seem to appeal the most. Even though I am officially a salad addict, you just kinda need more during the cold times. The night is dark and full of terrors. Ok, it's not really, but I am a Game of Thrones fan and that's pretty sums up how I feel at the moment!!
So then, this dish is part of an Indian triptych I created (I believe my days in art school were the last time I used that word!) to help fuel your (and of course mine, I'm not that selfless!) cold winter nights.