19-21 Mends Street, South Perth
I caught up with Mum, Christina and Jocelyn this morning for breakfast in South Perth. We had to wait a while until a table freed up but the food didn't take long to arrive after we ordered.
I bought some paneer yesterday and got busy in the afternoon trying a curry dish for tonight's dinner at Sarah's place. I thought I'd make a cauliflower and paneer curry. I googled a recipe that didn't involve grinding three different spice mixtures and three hundred steps. Plus, I didn't want to have to go out and buy any new spices.
In a pot, I heated some oil and then fried the onion, garlic and chillies. I added the spices and after a few minutes, added some tomato paste and chicken stock and cooked it for a few minutes - what gorgeous flavours! I then added a can of crushed tomatoes, the paneer, cauliflower, some fresh curry leaves and some water. Once the curry came to a boil, I covered the pot with a lid and simmered it on low heat for about half an hour.
Sarah marinated the horse in yoghurt overnight to tenderise it. If no one told me it was horse, I would have thought it was some cut of beef.
Leftovers for lunch at work tomorrow? Yes please!