Feeding the Hungry.
Doesn't that look fabulous?
My mother-in-law was out of town this week, so we had my father-in-law to dinner Wednesday.
He went home stuffed...which is what we aim for!
The photo above, gorgeous pooris.
Dal Bukhara: lots of tomato, butter, and cream. Rich, slightly spicy, almost meaty, despite being completely vegetarian.
Murgh Shahi, using a recipe from this site: Chicken in a yogurt-rich sauce thickened with ground cashews. 'Nuff said.
Vegetarian Murgh Shahi (using Veat)
Kadai Paneer, using Sailu's recipe: Onion base, lots of spices, chunks of fantastic paneer. Thick, deeply-flavored sauce, which is the sort of thing we look for.
Lots of rice with both a mint and a tamarind chutney
And for dessert? Grapefruit/Rosemary and Green Apple Sorbets. Brrr...but good.
Both are made from freshly juiced fruits, the flavors are emphatic. The grapefruit has just a hint of extra bitterness from the rosemary, and the apple? Slightest touch of carbonation left over from the sparkling cider.
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