I was sent a recipe for Sai Bhajji - Sindhi Saag. Since my friend is starting his blog as I type, I don't want to steal his thunder and give too much away about the dish. I'll update my post with a link to his blog so you can get the recipe there. In the meantime, take a look at the photos I took while chopping and cooking.
|diced onions and orange pepper|
|more potatoes and some carrots|
|roughly cut plum tomatoes|
|into the pot|
|after some time on the stove|
|my favorite salt shaker and hand-painted spoon rest|
|brown basmati rice... mmmmm...|
|the finish product topped with a dairy treat|
Doesn't it look good? And easy?? Yes to both. It was very tasty, though I think I added a little too much turmeric, which is the key ingredient. I'll know better for next time. The good thing is that I've finally tried making Indian food; it's something I've always been curious about. It's so delicious but seemed intimidating to replicate. Thanks to my super talented cooking pal, I'm looking forward to trying those vegetarian dumplings he mentioned the other day. YUM!