I was umming and ahhing whether to participate in this months blog hop as I don't like to do anything by random and everything has to be planned out. But a few days ago Dom from Belleau kitchen joined my blog so I thought it was only right I participated in this months blog hop.
The rules of this blog hop is that (1) you take all the cook books of your shelf and shuffle them, (2) Close your eyes and chose a book at random, (3) chose a page at random and (4) cook this recipe.
I must add I did not take all my books out, but only my smaller sized books as I thought this would be easier to shuffle - this totalled around 10 cook books. I closed my eyes (was really hard to resist opening them, but I did well!) randomly selected my BBC Healthy Eats cook book. I purchased this book in March as an alternative to my Weight Watchers cook books, and offered some nice low fat, healthy meals. I flicked through the page and selected (with my eyes closed) Aromatic chicken curry.
I love Indian food so was quite pleased I randomly chose this recipe, but was initially put off the 50 minute estimated time (I like curry in a hurry).
Here is how my aromatic chicken curry turned out:
|Aromatic chicken curry.|
|Chicken cut into strips.|
I then seasoned the chicken with chilli powder, corriander, garlic granules, all purpose seasoning and garam masala. The recipe didn't state to season but I think seasoning is the key to every single dish, especially Indian food.
|Korma pasta and yogurt mixture.|
|Apologies for the lighting.|
Have a look at the other fellow bloggers entries on random recipes: