I'm going on a little tangent here--I'll warn you in advance because I like you.
I've never been a chef. I consider myself more of a cook. I do think about food, but all my favorite dishes are usually someone else's idea, changed only to fit my wallet or cupboard. This is the beautiful thing about being a cook. You can appreciate and recreate the good ones. Just make sure to give credit where it's due.
Visual arts, music--there's so much pressure to create something new. I like the relief of just being a cook. I have nothing to prove--I just want to share the great creations.
So, here is a marriage of two fantastic food blog recipes. Latayy, of Mouthwatering Vegan Delights got my mind HARD SET on some Curry Obsessed Roti for the weekend :) She kept talking about her liking of curry, and I just had to go to Mel, of BitchinCamero's recipe for Curried Cauliflower and Chickpea Stew
yeah, there's potatoes in there!
Grab a cauliflower when its on sale. It's just so useful. Appetizers and big curries, I am a fan.
I altered Mel's recipe to include just one can of Ro-Tel with regular tomatoes. Ro-Tel can be mad spicy.
Stayed true to Mel's recipe, except added some fresh peas near the end. Tavo appoves.
Roti? (Or a lazy gal with fresh tortillas??) Who could ever know ;)
...uh, we're "keeping it real" with the paper plates
What a fantastic dish! This is good. Easy and fun. It's going into ROTI-tation. Yeah, I am that cheesy.
It's raining here, non stop. Here is a link to Blind Melon Embedding disabled, but please go and enjoy. Happy Friday everyone.