Recently, I got Johnny Wander, Volume 1: Don’t Burn The House Down, a delightful slice-of-life comic that also includes handy little bits like how to make a curry.
The recipe in that book was for a chicken and pumpkin curry, but I modified it to have apples. Why? Mostly because I didn’t know where the pumpkin puree was in the store and I didn’t want to ask anybody.
However, I modified a few bits of the recipe, and it turned out…really well!
So I made it into a very basic infographic.
I forgot to mention: you also need a tablespoon each of ginger and cloves! Very important.
This curry actually pairs really well with ramen or white rice. And it’s not (in my opinion) super hot. (Mom thinks it’s super hot, but her idea of spice is ranch).
By the way, I had never used a crock-pot (or, as it’s called by not-country-folks, a “slow cooker”) before. But now that I have used it, I am 110 percent sure I’m going to marry it and make more dishes with it.
If you have never used one, it’s basically the greatest cooking utensil ever because it cooks FOR you. It takes longer, but you can set the heat and then leave and do other stuff. It’s THE BEST.
Back to the recipe, I think next time I may actually leave out most of the potatoes and put in more apples – because this recipe is actually fairly flexible. Give it a try yourself and let me know how it goes in the comments!
Thank you for reading.
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