I will freely and openly admit it: I cheated on this one. I had help from three different sources: The seitan and tofu skewers were made with a bottle of a tandoori marinade from World Market, the spices for the bhindi masala came from Fresh Market, and the frozennaan came from Whole Foods. This is really out of the ordinary for me, but with all that has been going on in my life lately, I needed a quick path to a good meal.
So I followed the package instructions and then added a few tomatoes, some chopped spring onions, a couple of lime wedges, and fresh cilantro to finish things off. I served it all with my simple version of raita. You know what? It was great.
Simple Homemade Raita
juice from 1/2 lime
1/4 cup english cucumber diced
8 oz of 2% geek yogurt
It's okay to cheat...sometimes a meal that doesn't take a million years to prepare can be really satisfying. Other times, it does a person good to slave in the kitchen for hours. It's all about balance.
um I mean greek yogurt,
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