This past year I've discovered that I love Indian food.(our favorite is the Kathmandu in Salt Lake -- the chicken coconut korma is yummm) Anyway, I was looking for some good family friendly Indian recipes online, and had my shopping list ready to go. I was in the aisle at the grocery store in the international aisle trying to find the ingredients, and I saw a guy who looked like he knew what he was doing putting these in his cart, so after he left I took a look, saw that they were only $1 a packet, this one had a mild seasoning, and looked easy enough, so I went for it and put the rest of the stuff back.
And we love them -- one packet serves 6! I actually don’t follow the directions exactly and make it in the crockpot. I cover the bottom with chicken breasts, sprinkle them with the seasoning, add 2 small cans of tomato sauce and let it cook on low all day.
Before we’re ready to eat, I stir in some sour cream and a little milk, gently mix together and then serve with cilantro (I love cilantro!). It calls for cream, but I don’t always have it on hand, so this works. This isn't my picture (stock photo from Amazon), but we do love it with naan bread from Costco and some vegetables.
Just a dinner idea I wanted to pass along--I have no affiliate with the makers of these packets. I’ve seen them in most grocery stores, or you can find them on Amazon in a 12 pack. Here are some other family favorite dinners of ours -- as you can see, they all have the same theme: EASY. :)
* Easy Mac & Cheese
* Easy Potato Cheese Soup
* Upside Down Pizza
* Chicken Wild Rice Soup
* Boat Sandwiches
Happy meal planning -- what are your favorite family dinner recipes these days?
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