Tonight for dinner I made a dish I've decided to, from here on out, call "Indian Jambo" ~ why .. um, well, because what we were calling it wasn't really accurate, and it isn't Gumbo, nor is it Jambalaya, and saying "Indian Jambalaya" is a total tongue twister but I really liked that kinda vibe, so .. Indian Jambo.
I haven't made this dish in well over six months, despite the numerous times it has appeared on the menu list. It isn't that something is wrong with the dish, it probably isn't really even that hard to make, it just doesn't sync well with me. Or I don't sync well with it. Or something like that. The main reason for this is that when I make this I'm making actually making two entrees at the same time, along with a big ole batch of rice. And, folks, I seriously just don't have that kind of focusing capabilities. Squirrel!
Ok, where was I? Oh yea, focusing. *oohhh .. shiny.* See, not good at it. But, I do make the dish because it is really damn yummy. It is also vegetarian and probably really good in terms of Ayurvedic diet stuff, and it makes a friggin' ton of food so we're set up with meals forever (which freeze & reheat well), which means it is actually a really, really, ridiculously cheap meal. I'd do the math on this but I did it once and I just don't like math enough to do it again. But it was really cheap in the end.
|Indian Jambo!! All blended together and magically delicious!|
|Same dish, just now the photo is taken with a FLASH! Woo!!|