Loving the Smell of Curry

Saturday, September 08, 2012

The smell of curry is permeating my house right now and I love it!

I've got my week planned as far as food goes and I've already started a Spark Recipe, Slow Cooker Vegetable Curry. recipes.sparkpeople.com/

It's one of those super simple open cans, chop some veggies, add spices and broth and just let it cook in the crockpot for 5 or 6 hours. I'm planning on dividing it up for the week for my lunch breaks at work. It's 178.7 calories and 7.2 g of protein.

The other Spark Recipe that I'll put together tomorrow for my lunches before I go to work is Vegan Sloppy Joes! recipes.sparkpeople.com/

It's another fairly simple recipe using Boca Crumbles as the base and adding things like onions, red pepper, mushrooms, garlic, spinach, tomato paste and A-1 Steak Sauce (surprisingly, it's vegan!).
Only 191.2 calories and 15.5 g of protein.

For breakfast I will alternate between frozen waffles with fresh rasberries and cereal with a banana.

Yep, good to go!
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  • KELLY122581
    ohhh... looks delicious! can't wait to try these!!! :-)
    2107 days ago
    I love curry BUT hubby hates it...so I only have it when he is out of town for business or an engagement I can't attend
    2108 days ago
  • PATTERD707
    Love curry, but my wife is the cook and she hates it (very little she doesn't like, but this is a definite aversion). So, I get Amy's Indian frozen lunches and avoid the Indian buffet (which is actually OK) in my home town, since I always eat too much. So, I'm excited to hear about a recipe even I can cook. Thanks for sharing.
    2109 days ago
    My kids love Japanese curry. Sometimes I'll fix a huge pot that will be good for three meals.
    2109 days ago
    My favorite meal is curried rice with stir fried brocolli
    2109 days ago
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