Hope everyone had a great weekend and a happy Easter!
J and I spent the weekend doing a dry run through of my menu for Eat With, which I can’t wait to go live in a few weeks!
If you are in the Boston area and are looking for a unique and fun dining experience, look no further than my house!
We will be hosting up to 6 people every other Friday and Saturday with a Masala Fusion menu.
you guys know I am all about the Indian fusion!
So, on Friday I told you guys about me going all bougie and Whole 30. I have a few vacations coming up in May and I wasn’t to supplement my workout with an even HEALTHIER lifestyle.
Whole 30 may seem a little intense, but I have found that it is totally manageable with some planning; setting up a menu, grocery list and GOOGLE is your best friend for all the in’s and outs.
I made it my personal challenge this month to come up with super tasty, NOT BORING, flavor bomb FOOD.
Every time I have told people I was doing Whole 30 I’ve been met with…
What are you going to eat? Lettuce?
the answer is no. HELLO.
It does take a little more work to make meals at home, and it is DEF more work to eat out, but when there’s a will there’s a way.
I love food too much to ever cut everything from my diet (cheese especially), but it’s nice to switch things up sometimes and push your body to its limits.
I usually go MEATLESS on Monday’s but this week I am craving just something homey and Indian. I watched a tv show a few weeks back where they kept mentioning chicken korma and I haven’t been able to get it out of my head. So, I thought, why not make a Whole 30 compliant Korma?
I subbed out butter for ghee, or you can use canola oil or coconut oil. Subbed out the heavy cream for coconut cream and coconut milk. Some people make their korma with peanuts, but I switched those out for almonds, and did cauliflower rice instead of basmati.
Don’t be thrown off with all the coconut– the spices will mask the flavor so you won’t even know it’s in there.
See guys! You can make things work when you think outside of the box and have a YES attitude.
Ok, that was aggressive considering we are talking about korma.
Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy!