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Try these two terrific curry recipes inspired by Madhur Jaffrey's new cookbook: Chicken with Spinach, and Spicy Chickpeas and Cauliflower
This saag chicken with spicy chickpea and cauliflower curry is easy to make at home
I love Indian food, I could eat it for practically every meal. But I have my favourites that I generally stick to, like my mom’s chicken curry, my dad’s vegetarian curries, or the meat thali sampler plate from my new favourite Indian Restaurant Jolly’s Indian Bistro, so I thought I would challenge myself to try a couple of recipes from my new Madhur Jaffrey cookbook, At Home With Madhur Jaffrey.
They turned out really well and were a great way to inject more veggies into our diet. Jaffrey’s spicy chickpea recipe calls for potatoes but I opted for cauliflower instead.
I also found a great new lager from a local brewery called Hell’s Gate which was less than $8 for a six-pack at BC Liquor, and paired beautifully with the curries.