I was once again delighted to read Mr Roger Hart's article in The News-Messenger on Friday September 28, 2007. Mr Hart I know is a steward of his land chicken korma at home uses all the fruits of his labor in an efficient manner. I also know that he is troubled with a blessing of too many hot peppers. I thought perhaps I could assist him and you the readers of this fine paper with a few different ideas for these jewels of the vine.
The After-Party Cleaner: perhaps the most unfortunate and unsung of the whole lot. Worse than a regular house cleaner, not only does this guy have to clean your house, he probably has to find your friend Matt curled up in the bottom of the linen closet and hose him off before calling him a cab home. You should be very ashamed of chicken korma curry yourself Matt.
Small, healthy snacks between meals stave off hunger and keep the body energized throughout the day. Rather than grabbing a bag of chips or a candy bar, munch on an apple or some carrot slices. While many believe that snacks are not allowed on a diet, healthy snacks are actually encouraged because they keep the metabolism working all day.
If you are an Indian or an Indian descendent, try to consume Indian foods at least one time a day. Indian foods will rejuvenate and revitalize your body and soul.
Some recipes simply cannot be rushed and this is one of them. It is a south easy chicken curry with coconut milk recipe that requires a good 24 hours to marinade. You could marinade it for a shorter time but the results just aren't as good. Believe me, I've tried.
Overall, there may be better Indian Restaurants in St. Louis but they come with slow cooker chicken korma a certain snob level a first time diner may be put off by. Taste of India welcomes all, looks like every cheesy Indian restaurant cliche you've ever seen, and puts out great food for both the traditionalist and the complete novice. I have yet to get take out, but it's definitely on my to do list.
Add another cup of water halfway through the cooking time, when the stew is becoming thicker. When everything is tender, turn off the crockpot, add the soy sauce and let it sit for thirty minutes. Combine the remaining half a cup of water with the miso and stir this in the stew.
After my first visit to Tuscany, I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys good Thai cuisine in a pretty atmosphere, in a quiet area and with lovely staff. You really can't get any better than this. My only recommendation to the restaurant would be to get a menu written in English as there are a fair few westerners living in this area of Bangkok and most of us cannot read Thai.