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Joined Date: Mar 30, 2011
Reviewed Sloppy Bombay Joes
"Bombay Joes are THE BOMB! This has become our family's #1 favorite weeknight meal and started a love affair for me with Indian food. I've made this many times and here are a few suggestions to make it even better/more versatile: 1) Use NAAN instead of buns and dip the naan into the sauce rather than eat it like a sandwich. 2) Make a bit extra sauce - I often double up on the sauce and then it's kinda like a thick soup. 3) Serve the left overs over basmati rice for a whole nother meal 4) Saute up some veggies before adding in the ground turkey to make it a "1 pot meal" that's healthier. I use chopped carrot, chopped cabbage, bell pepper, and sometimes chopped fennel. 5) Don't skimp on the spices. I use heaping teaspoons and lots of ginger. Not only does this dish taste amazing but it has helped heal sick stomachs and colds in our family - I think there are healing benefits to some of these spices."
Reviewed Fish Tacos
"Far above ANY fish tacos I've had! I love fish tacos and order them a lot when we eat out but none even come close to these. I get asked to make these often at family events. After making them several times now I've made a few minor tweaks that I find make them better and easier. 1. I bake the fish (others here suggested this). It's easier and the fish comes out so flakey/juicy every time. 2. I add juice of 1/2 lime to the marinade for the fish. 3. I use HALF SOUR CREAM and half mayo for the sauce. This makes it less heavy, gives a nice tang and is healthier. I think yogurt would be good too and I'd even try all yogurt in place of mayo. Finally, the perfect garnish to elevate it is mango salsa w/ lime and cilantro. Thanks Aarti for another great dish that's a staple on our family menu :-)"