Depending on the garam marsala you find, it could alter slightly, but overall, this is the staple spice in Indian cooking. Lately, I've been experiencing with this spice in any kind of dish you can imagine, but mainly curries. Many people think curries are all orange-colored, like many curry powders that contain the spice turmeric, however curries don't have to.
My latest curry consisted of no turmeric and was absolutely delicious.
Buttered Cod and Onion Curry with Turnip greens and Potatoes
( Serves 1)
* Cooking in this method, increases the moisture of the dish, so nothing tries out and it cooks in a slow-cooking style which allow the flavors to set better.
4. Cook on 400 for 45 minutes.
5. Remove and serve over cooked greens, and a side of a sweet baked potato.
This is one the best meals I've ever had! The curried cod creates an exotic flavor that is wonderful.
If you've never had fish this way- relax! Cod is mild in flavor yet it yields a buttery flavor that is unlike any other fish I've ever had.
Cod is rich in Omega 3 Fatty Acids which prevent inflammation, increase a positive mood, and increase good amounts of healthy cholesterol for heart health. Among many other things, they are also one of the best sources of brain nourishing fats and continue to increase in their benefits of consumption.
If you don't like fish, try this yummy Indian style curry, which is also DELICIOUS and one of my new favorites in Indian cooking.
Try something new in your kitchen this week and give Indian food a try. It's native spices are known to create a happy mood, better digestion and better sleep. That's reason enough for me, but beyond that, they taste great too!:)
Until next time,
.:Heart and Soul:.