12.1.11

Indian Food

As I mentioned in yesterdays post we love Indian food and lucky for me Dr. J loves to make it!
Here are three of his regulars:




(my fav and it tastes so good with lamb too)

(we often substitute the cheese for tofu- it gives the dish extra protein and it stays for a few days in the fridge)

We also make an unphotogenic lentil dish- with some sauteed onion and already soaked lentils- add some home made or store bought garam masala and this can be served as a side dish for up to a week. 

25 comments:

Valarie said...

This looks so delicious. We're really snowed in and Indian food makes me feel so warm and comfy. Enjoy.

Bruce Barone said...

OMG!!! Delicious!

a new girl in vienna said...

YUM!

Amy said...

These dishes looks amazing! I've only tried curry

Grace said...

Aloo gobi mater for me (isn't that what its called when you add peas?)
YUM!!!!!

la petite coquine said...

Oh, I'm just dying for Indian now!

Mama Gone Green said...

aloo gobi is a fav of mine!

Nuit said...

omg!! Yummm! all of this looks delicious!

Pat Tillett said...

Lookss and sounds most yummy!

Krystal said...

I've never had it but I think I need it in my mouth soon!

anushka said...

we love it here too - but how lucky you are that your husband is the chef! did you guys eat at anand's while living on sxm? it is the BEST indian food we've ever had. and we have lived in l.a. and san francisco if that says anything to you...

abby jenkins said...

My husband does not make Indian food but he stops at a great Indian restaurant here in Stamford, CT "Tawa" on his way home from makin the bacon!

Maybe chicken masala tonight....

Croatian_Latina said...

I love love indian food! and the lentils are my favorite with a few pieces of naan.yummy. how delicious!

Lady Grey said...

I love Indian food too... anything with paneer. I can totally see the tofu substitution though, for the longest time I thought paneer was some form of Indian tofu!

bklyn76 said...

mmm, looks so delish except for the gobi....i detest gobi and pick it out of everything. my mom used to make muttar-aloo-paneer [peas, potato, cheese] b/c i loved aloo and my brother loved paneer and we could both stand peas!

my dad's standby is any curry, though b/c e loves butter chicken, that's what he makes most for us. i love all his dals too, but my fave is "maa dal" or the black daal. oh and his saag is awesome too!

my mom makes a lot of vegetarian dishes and she's in charge of naan and rotis, including mukhi roti which is made from corn flower. we eat that with saag.

buyffxivgil said...

All of those looks looks delicious. I love cauliflowers and I could certainly try Aloo Gobi-Potato and Cauliflower this for tomorrows menu. Great post!

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Oh it all sounds delish to me!!! :)

naomemandeflores said...

I love indian food, especially when it envolves lots of pepper!


Camila F.

95acresofsky said...

It all look delicious, I adore butter chicken!

dotblogg said...

yummy! I ate your breakfast lately! the one with eggs and avocado!:)) it was delicious and I miss to have it again- I'm going to prepare it on weekend:)))
hugs
Just

msihua said...

I love Indian food too! That palak paneer looks a gem!! Yum!!

Bombay Beauty said...

i like the coarse-chopped look of the palak... i sometimes use tofu as well, but of course wouldn't confess this to my mother! xo bb

jgy said...

Looks Great! I will follow this recipe:) thanks,

jgy said...

PS, the palak paneer was great, I'm back for the potato cauliflower recipe!
thanks and happy week to you:)

Signe said...

Oh yum this looks tasty :)

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