When I got this recipe in my email today it inspired me to 'go for it' - I had some, but far from ALL of the ingredients. I couldn't resist making "Indian" for dinner tonight, so I browned the boneless chicken thighs I had on hand in extra butter (no oil), onions and roasted garlic granules--in the meantime, in the slow cooker, I threw in a can of evap. milk, a can of tomato soup, a tsp. of garam masala, a heaping tsp. of curry powder, a jar of Trader Joe's Masala sauce, a tbsp. of coriander paste (jarred "chutney" from the Indian market), about 3/4 cup shredded coconut, and about a cup of nonfat plain yogurt. Cooked that sauce first and then added the buttered onions and chicken with the garlic. I salted the chicken slightly. If you could smell my house right now you'd think you were in a 'good' Indian restaurant! The sauce tastes divine and it's not even cooked for more than an hour. I know it's going to be excellent tonight and better tomorrow--and I promise I will make this again, and do it just as the recipe calls for but for now, I wanted to put this in so that I can remember how I improvised on this! But Indian IS forgiving, isn't it? LOL
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When I got this recipe in my email today it inspired me to 'go for it' - I had some, but far...