Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Confessions of a curryholic


Oh my gosh I had the best lunch today! I was dying to make a curry like the one I ate in disney world....I honestly never thought that adding coconut milk to something savory would be a good idea but I was so surprised in disney that I thought I would give it a shot.

Also, I've been craving a curry since I read "Confessions of a shopaholic", there's a part in the book where Rebecca Bloomwood goes on to make a curry instead of ordering one to save some money, the curry becomes a complete disaster but it still sounded good enough to make me hungry. Every time I read it I get hungry (I really love the book!).

I searched a couple of recipes (They all sounded great) but the one that really caught my eye was this one. I trusted the recipe because it was on one of my favorite blogs, Happyveganface, and I'm very happy I did. It was so delicous and so easy to make.

I'm definetly going to make it again, and try the rest of her curry recipes. I did change some ingridients only because I'm broke and can't afford to go buy more stuff hehe, but it still turned amazing. I did every step, even toasting the spices and it was all worth it. What are you waiting for, go make it! I served it over rice.

Oh, I forgot to tell you that the curry is a sweet potato-lentil curry. How good does that sound?

My name is Annie, and I'm a "Curryholic"


Gina said...

Oooh, that sounds awesome!! I love curry but I almost never make it at home.

Paulina said...

I'm also a Curryholic! My dad jokes that I'm going to end up married to an Indian guy haha!

andrea said...

yo nunca he probado el curry (osea sí he probado el condimento, pero no el platillo en forma [leche de coco...y todo eso]).
cuando tenga leche de coco, lo haré ; ) !

saluditos n_n

jessy said...

we're so superhappyfaced that you loved the curry, Annie! hooray! yours looks so awesome! i love the photo, and that's rock'n that you were able to make the recipe work with what you had on hand! that's what we love most about curries - they're inexpensive and soooo tasty! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!