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I am a complete novice when it comes to Indian food. I make a few dishes with curry powder, and I thought adding curry powder to some stuff would be as “exotic” as it got for me – but I was inspired by a book I read and thought a vegetarian potato curry sounded scrumptious (I have never met a potato I didnt like.)
Trying to cut back on portion sizes and calories, having a vegetarian meal once or twice a week is a good habit to pick up. I keep the toaster size Naan Bread from Costco in my freezer so adding some rice and a piece of bread rounds out a great meal. If you want to stretch it – add a can of chickpeas and some frozen peas as well :).
Even more adventurous – I didnt really have a recipe – I sort of smooshed a few different things together. I hope you like this!
I found a nice recipe for Cowboy Caviar but honestly – they make SO MUCH and I really didn’t need to have so much in my fridge. I cut the recipe here and there and it still made quite a bit – great for a couple or small gathering.
Hubby hates cilantro – so I made it optional here. Use whatever bell pepper you have on hand, I like yellow, orange & red better than green – but green would work okay as well. I do think that red onion is a must, a regular yellow onion would be too strong.