>> Wednesday, January 9, 2008
1. vegetable curry
3. airplane carrot
Fast. Easy. Delicious. Cheap. Addictive. What else is there? I'm looking at the ingredient list on the S&B box right now - it doesn't say there's crack in it, but it does list "spices", which is admittedly pretty freakin' vague. Please know that I will not be held responsible for any untoward effects of using this recipe. You've been warned.
I scaled the standard back of the box recipe down to a single generous serving, omitted the meat, and added raisins. I'll share.
Japanese Vegetable Curry
1 cup of assorted diced vegetables (onion, red pepper, carrots and purple potato)
1 tablespoon chopped golden raisins
1 teaspoon of oil
1 1/2 cups of water
1 cube of S&B Golden Curry sauce mix
Stir fry the vegetables in the oil for about 3 or 4 minutes. The onions should be starting to brown. Add the water and and simmer until the hardest vegetable is tender. Add the raisins and curry cube and stir until the cube is completely dissolved and the sauce is thick and glossy. Pour over rice and ingest orally.
I like chopped apple in this too - added at the end so it's crunchy. Sounds weird, but it's good. Try it sometime!
As for the airplane... Well, airplanes have been on my mind lately.