Bought myself a new cookbook a while ago - Pure India by Meera Sodha. The dishes are not super simple, but they all look phenomanelly delicious. I tried a dish a few weeks ago, but messed it up because I didn't have enough tomatoes to actually make the red curry sauce. So this time I made sure I had everything ready to go:
The dish is basically this: roast cauliflower in the oven at 180C, and make a delicious onion-based sauce and raisins/almond topping while you're waiting for the cauli's. The sauce starts off with about fifteen minutes of slowly baking onion, after which you add a whole lotta spices (garam masala, pepper, chili, kardemom, almonds) and a bunch of honey and Greek high fat yogurt.
Some rice on the side, which I added some baked & spiced unsalted nuts to, and you're done!
It's not particularly healthy, but it's very delicious. It is also incredibly mighty. (Which is how you say in Dutch that a meal is very... Powerful? That's what Google translate gives me. Food that is heavy like a brick on your stomach.) ike
This thing is like thicc chocolate cake levels of mighty - BOOM, you're full. Prolly the combination of very delicious high fat yogurt and two spoonfuls of honey, it's a lot of fat and sugar. Supposedly this should feed 4, but the two of us barely finished a third of this.
Still - 4.5/5, would recommend.