Wednesday, September 06, 2006

A new Emma favorite!!

Sweet potato curry from Vegan Family Favorites. This is a cookbook I have not used before, and quite frankly I almost sent back. Little miss Emma is out of her mind for this dinner! This morning at breakfast she reminded me to buy more coconut milk and sweet potatoes, because , evidently she wants again REAL SOON! It really is a mild peanut nutty kind of yellow curry, simple,quick & not to spicy. We where out of brown rice so I paired it w/ healthy organic, whole wheat w/ flax seed noodle! For Eli again w/ the plain cauliflower (it's been on sale lately, here in our neck of the woods). We had enough for left overs at lunch today and Emma asked her Daddy which is better "hot dog" soup or these noodles? Daddy of course answered the noodles.. Emma voted for the "hot dog" soup....hummmm????

11 Comments:

At 7:31 PM, Blogger Vivacious Vegan said...

It looks delicious. I'll have to check out that book.

My hubby and I have made the decision not to have kids, ut sometimes, I get that twinkle in my eye when I read about all of the cute things everyone else's kids say/do. Can you post about the crazy tantrums to snap me into reality puh-lease?

 
At 9:11 PM, Blogger Dori said...

That dish sure looks interesting. I am slowly getting my palate accustomed to curries. So far the family isn't crazy for curry yet. Glad you found a good recipe from the book you bought.

 
At 5:03 AM, Blogger Harmonia said...

This dish looks pretty nifty! Oh! I posted about ROCKSTAR for you today! Check it out!

 
At 6:10 AM, Blogger Johanna3 said...

i nevert gtaste curry, first i dont have it in my town , second i here that is very spicy!, but i think now that i must try it!

 
At 11:20 AM, Blogger Melody said...

I have two recipes published in that book...

The Good Stir Fry and Winter Minestrone Soup...

Gotta love that curry... which recipe was it?

 
At 5:23 PM, Blogger Urban Vegan said...

Wow--I'm with Emma.

 
At 7:08 AM, Blogger Megan the Vegan said...

I've thought about buying that book. Thanks for the good review...I might just buy it now. Like I need another Cookbook!

 
At 8:00 AM, Blogger Carrie™ said...

I've wondered about that cookbook too. I'm an addict, so I'll probably get it. I've heard good things and if Melody has recipes in there...well, that seals the deal right there. Like Crystal & her husband, we decided not to have children. Jim has a daughter, and she's almost 16 now, but I still need recipes kids will love. I have 2 at home you see...Jim and Simon. Sometimes I don't know which one is worse! :o)
You're a RockStar fan too?! I'm excited for next week. Who do you hope will win? Who do you think will win?

 
At 12:05 PM, Blogger Shananigans said...

I love curries! I've heard of this cookbook on the Vegan Lunch Box, I don't really have a need for kid friendly recipes, would you say most of the recipes are also "grown-up" friendly? I don't have too many cookbooks, but the one's I have I use frequently. I love curries, or anything Indian really. I do love spicy food as well, I go through cayenne pretty quick at my house.

 
At 6:56 PM, Blogger KleoPatra said...

Hey, mia, that looks great! That might be my fave as well, go EMMA!!! Curry takes some getting used to for me, but i would dive into this in no time a'tall!

 
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