A few weeks ago, I decided this had to change. So every so often, I've just been mixing it all up!
Tonight, for supper we had:
Rice (long grain brown) with black bean meatballs and sweet and sour tomato sauce
Roasted kishuim, that had been marinated in olive oil and Italian-style spices
Spicy baked fries (to make these, I sliced potatoes into strips, then tossed them with some sweet and sour tomato sauce - tomato paste mixed with apple cider vinegar, honey, spices, and thinned a drop with water - and additional cayenne pepper powder, smoked paprika, ground black pepper, garlic powder, and 1-2 T. olive oil. Bake in the oven for about 1 hour. So delish! And yes, the kids said, "spicy!" when they ate them. But they ate them. And I wasn't bored with plain potatoes. I win!)
|A drop overdone, but oh so delish!|
I will get my kids to eat curried something or another one day. I will. Really. If only because my friend brought over a truly outstanding curried butternut squash soup for Shabbat! (It was great having guests who helped out with food preparation!)