Monday, April 6, 2009

Trader Joe's Indian

Happy Birthday VeggieGirl, the blogworld would not be the same without you!!
A friend gave me a jar of Trader Joe's Indian Curry Sauce that she said we had to try. Somehow, I missed this great product on Trader Joe's shelves. I didn't think to take a photo until I emptied the jar.

I included chick peas (which I made from dried beans), kale and cauliflower. I steamed the cauliflower and kale for a few minutes, then drained out the excess water. I then prepared the curry sauce as directed by pouring the sauce and about half a jar of water into the pan. I added the steamed kale and cauliflower and about a cup of chick peas. I simmered all the ingredients for about 20 minutes.

With the curry I heated up a piece of frozen Trader Joe's Naan.

I also had some brown rice under my curry. This was one amazing meal!
If you love Indian food, I highly recommend these products.


VeggieGirl said...


Mmm, curry sauce.

Danielle said...

That looks delicious!

Red Head, Yellow Dog said...

yummm!! that looks so good! I really need to make more Indian food. thank goodness TJ's helps make it easy :)

HangryPants said...

I am so intimidated by cooking Indian so thanks for the reccommendations!

Anonymous said...

thanks for the review! i love TJ's indian food products so I'll definitely have to check this out!!

happy Tuesday Aimee!!

x0x0x said...

thanks so much for sharing! this is exactly what i google'd for!

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