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A Homemade Indian Food Feast

Ahoy ahoy m’vegan chums, how was your weekend?

Ours was, for the most part, pleasantly lazy. I am experiencing ongoing broadband anxiety as I struggle to get BT to acknowledge that download speeds of less than 3mbps are NOT REALLY ACCEPTABLE in 2016 because I <3 the internet so, but we kept busy with making a nice dinner for a friend on Saturday night.

Taking inspiration from a recipe in my favourite Indian food, Prashad, I slow cooked these potatoes with tomatoes, red chillis, and a fried mixture of garlic, ginger, mustard seeds and some spices.

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For this jackfruit curry I used a super recipe from Vegan Richa, using some lovely fresh plum tomatoes from our local grocers.

C prepared tofu with the MOST AMAZING PEANUT SAUCE EVER from Isa Does It. We stirred in some whole roasted peanuts too.

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I used a simple recipe found online for this coconut dhal.

I also cooked some basmati rice with a little turmeric and a few cloves, and served it all up with some giant flat breads, again from our local grocer (which has an amazing selection of spices and sauces and all sorts of splendid Indian and Caribbean goodies).

All in all, a very pleasant feast! We otherwise mostly lazed about the place this weekend, aside from a little housework/Uni work/pooch walking and Meeting Mum For Lunch.

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How about you, my blog chums? I sure hope you had a super weekend!


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14 Comments

  • Reply Emma

    All that food looks so good! The mustard seeds in the potatoes look lovely.

    Also how is it possible for Vulpe to be so stunning?!

    September 5, 2016 at 17:14
    • Reply Jenny

      Thank you! Awwww Vulpe is a handsome pooch isn’t she? She doesn’t get it from me 😀

      September 19, 2016 at 19:36
  • Reply dimsimkitty

    Your feast looks delicious! And your puppy, breathtaking. 🙂
    I had a takeaway Thai feast on Saturday night. So much delicious food!

    September 6, 2016 at 03:11
    • Reply Jenny

      We are trying to limit our takeaways at the moment (erm, ok, mostly me) but there’s so much to choose from around our new place. So much yummy choice! We have yet to find a Thai place but we’ll keep looking 🙂

      September 19, 2016 at 19:37
  • Reply onesonicbite

    If it makes you feel any better there is something very wrong with my in-laws internet. I guess the company has problem with the fiber optic cables and aren’t fixing it in their neighborhood anytime soon? Something like that. Anyways, I remember trying to print something at their house, and they have REALLY CRAZY NICE COMPUTERS! But the internet was so bad gmail wouldn’t open up because there was too much information to load (over the time of like 10 minutes)

    September 8, 2016 at 12:53
    • Reply Jenny

      Ugh yes it is double frustrating with a nice computer. I just got a new iMac and then the internet troubles made me wonder if something was wrong with it! Luckily upgraded now and much better, phew 🙂

      September 19, 2016 at 19:38
  • Reply Hannah (BitterSweet)

    Oh wow, what a spread! It all looks so good, I’m not sure what I’d dive into first. That said, I’ve been on a jackfruit kick lately so I’m definitely checking out that curry recipe asap.

    September 9, 2016 at 22:15
    • Reply Jenny

      The recipe was lovely! I recently had a delicious jackfruit and plantain curry though, and I’m up for trying a ‘creamier’ (less tomato based) jackfruit curry.

      September 19, 2016 at 19:39
  • Reply Caroline

    Wow, lovely food, what a lucky friend. I am going to put the Vegan Richa book on my Christmas list. I love coconut dahl. I got sent the Tibbits cookbook to review yonks ago and it’s the one recipe I go back to again and again. Insteads of tomatoes theirs has tons of spinach stirred in right at the end. It is such good comfort food.

    September 13, 2016 at 18:06
    • Reply Jenny

      The Prashad cookbook is great too, though only veggie it has loads of vegan recipes in, but not as many as Vegan Richa. Ughhhh I could eat dhal for every meal almost. Love it so much, definitely the best comfort food!

      September 19, 2016 at 19:40
  • Reply Sarah

    Hello! New reader/budding vegan here. This spread looked delicious, thanks for posting. Can I just ask where you bought your jackfruit from? I live in Chorlton/Whalley Range area.

    September 20, 2016 at 06:30
    • Reply Jenny

      I got mine from the WH Lung supermarket, under the Tai Pan restaurant, on Upper Brook Street (behind the University of Manchester campus). I think that might be the nearest to Chorlton/Whalley Range; I know Malik Superstores sells ackee but no jackfruit that I’ve seen :/

      September 20, 2016 at 19:20
      • Reply Sarah

        That’s brill, thanks so much. I was thinking of ordering a bulk load of tins from Amazon but this is much easier! Cheers.

        September 21, 2016 at 09:58
  • Reply cthroughmyeyessite

    Nice

    November 18, 2016 at 06:36
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