Chicken Curry with Roasted Garlic Broccoli
Don’t have time for a fancy dinner during the week? Nonsense! This two course meal is prepared in under 30 minutes and is a real crowd pleaser.Soup of the Day: Chicken and Vegetable
2 T Canola Oil 1 T Garlic – grounded 1 T Ginger – grounded Chicken – 3 or 4 small wings/pieces 1 c Peas – fresh, frozen or canned 1 c Carrots - fresh, frozen or canned 1 c Corn - fresh, frozen or canned Pepper to taste Spray the pot with the canola oil to wet the pan. Add grounded garlic, grounded ginger, stir well till brown. Put four pieces of small chicken wings/pieces. Stir well to heat for few minutes. Pour two cups of water. Bring to a boil. Add peas, carrots, corn in the soup. Before you serve, put fresh grounded peppers for the flavor.Entrée of the Day: Chicken Curry
Canola Oil 2 T Onion – grounded 1 T Garlic – grounded 1 T Ginger – grounded 1/4 t Turmeric Powder 1/2 t Chili Powder or Paprika Chicken Salt to taste Two tablespoons of grounded onion, grounded garlic, and one spoonful of grounded ginger in the cooking pan. Add two teaspoonful of canola oil and stir into a paste until it turns light brown. Put a quarter tea spoonful of turmeric powder, and half teaspoon full of chili powder or paprika add to the paste. Put cut chicken pieces in the paste. Mix thoroughly in medium heat for 3 – 5 minutes. Put salt. Put a cup of water and bring it to a thick chicken curry in low heat.Veggie of the Day: Garlic Broccoli
Broccoli Canola Oil Garlic, minced Put two cups of water in a deep pan and boil. Put cut broccoli when the water is boiling. Strain from the boiling water back quickly before it gets too tender. Discard the water. Spray the pan with the canola oil. Put a spoonful of garlic and roast till it turn light brown. Mix the crisp boiled broccoli with the roasted garlic. Sprinkle a pinch of salt over it. Cook all three at once and within thirty minutes, your dinner is ready!Around the Table
A glassful of water for each. Everybody start out with a small bowl of soup. A dinner plate should be filled like this; a third with the meat, a third with the starch (rice or bread or pasta), a third with veggies.TIPS
Make sure you remember to thaw out the meat in the morning before you go to work. Make double portions in the evening. Then you and your family can have leftovers for lunch.