I was thrilled when someone who works for me presented me with these little babies. She had grown them and wasn't sure what to do with them. Her 9 or 10-year old daughter echoed her thoughts:
We love them and, among other things, they are a non-negotiable component of The Husband's famous Sunday brunch.
Last night's meatfree Monday supper was a spiced coconut lentil and spinach Dahl served on slices of brinjal and with fragrant rice.
The spinach, with the coconut milk, stirred in at the end, gives the Dahl a whole new dimension.
Because the brinjals were so little, I cut them lengthwise and, for effect, left the stalk.
I promised to share, and so I shall. This has been added to my ever growing list of recipes to share.
They will happen. Eventually. Things are a little busy in RL at the moment. In a good way...
Until next time, be well
The Sandbag House
McGregor, South Africa
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- If this post might seem familiar, it's because I'm doing two things:
- re-vamping old recipes. As I do this, I plan to add them in a file format that you can download and print. If you download recipes, buy me a coffee. Or better yet, a glass of wine....?
- and "re-capturing" nearly two years' worth of posts.
- I blog to the Hive blockchain using a number of decentralised appplications. From Wordpress, I use the Exxp Wordpress plugin. If this rocks your socks, click on the image below to sign up -
- I also share my
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