This is a chicken curry with Indian flavors but with a distinctive personality. It is unique with beautiful flavors, and ingredients and it is surprisingly mild compared to a traditional Indian chicken curry.
A relaxed part of the day was well spent popping popcorn in a big pot on the stove top. They pops were intermittent, and they got me excited (for I have never before popped the kernels on the stove top) and they did pop with some flavors.
I like the sound of “Lady’s Finger” better than “Okra”. It could be that I am more used to the Lady Finger, since we were not aware of the existence of the word “Okra” before we came here; or simply because the lady’s finger visually couples better with the this slender vegetable.
Talking of Dum Aloo…There are some hundreds of ways to make Dum Aloo. In West Bengal it used to be a must dish served for weddings with “Radhaballavi” (lentil stuffed puri), and I loved the slight & subtle sweet taste of that kind of dum aloo.
And a Sweet Little Incident… Here it goes:
The other day we were going out for dinner. For once there was some peace in the car. The 2 kids were not fighting, each of them busy doing thier own things. I noticed that my 2 year old had been [...]