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Thursday, 2 May 2019
We are still keeping to our Veggie Wednesdays, and yesterday was no exception.
Aubergines, rather like Mushrooms, are a very good alternative to meat when making curries, and we eat a lot of both.
In this case I took a good splash of Rape Seed Oil, fried off some Cumin, Coriander, and Kashmiri Chilli powders, then added bite-sized lumps of Aubergine. I added some chopped baby Tomatoes, Lemon juice, seasoning, and a splosh (technical term) of Yoghurt to serve.
There are certain dishes where the lack of meat is unimportant, and this is one such. What I don't like are veggie dishes where you find yourself saying 'this would be far better with some meat in it'.
My Mushroom curry is even simpler. The halved mushrooms are fried with Tandoori and Garam Masala powders, a splash of Lemon juice, and given some seasoning. A simple dal with Basmati rice completes the dish.
Both the above photos are from previous postings. I'm becoming lazy.
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