So I thought I would make tandoori chicken with a side of Indian spiced potatoes.
Have you ever had a meal where the side overshadows the main dish?
Despite the fact that the tandoori chicken was as good as always, and MYT always loves my tandoori chicken, he couldn’t get enough of the potatoes.
And I have to agree, they were well cooked, well seasoned, and just so scrumptious.
With a good Indian puri or paratha, it would be a stellar main dish, easy simple and good to eat 🙂
As my new husband MTT and I try to save money for a down payment on a place to live, I find myself more conscious of the prices in the grocery store.
This is strange for me because my usual fascination with the grocery store, other than my love of cooking, is the ability to buy anything in the store. Even if it’s expensive for what it is, you can buy it. Do you *need* an eight dollar bottle of fancy jam? No. But will eight dollars make or break you? Probably not. So, one time, if on a whim you decide to go for it, you can.
That was my philosophy anyway.
Now, I realize that every dollar counts and it all adds up. So the meat I buy may more frequently be the meat on sale.
This week, there was a good deal on pork stew meat. MTT doesn’t love pork, but he loves Mexican flavors. So I decided to cook sliced bell peppers, onions and pork in a flavorful Mexican marinade and served it with a side of rice cooked with Goya Sazon. MTT thinks it’s the best rice he’s ever had