The aromatic Indian spices give this quick, easy dinner tons of flavor without adding tons of fat. This healthy, 21 Day Fix approved meal is exactly what you need to get out of a dinner rut!
Well it’s that time for us again. The waiting game. Hopefully by this time next week, my family will know where we’re going to live next! It’s terrifying and exciting all at the same time. We were given a list of places to put in order and since sending that in, we’ve basically been over here biting our nails waiting for orders. There’s a reasonable chance that we could end up in Puerto Rico, so here’s to hoping for paradise (please cross all appendages)! There’s also a reasonable chance that we could end up in Alaska, so… sorry, Alaskans, I know it’s beautiful there and everything, and I’m sure visiting would be really great, but I’m just not sure how I’d like living there. I’m a cold girl by nature. Well, anyway, we’ll make the best of wherever we go and enjoy it for all it’s worth. Who knows, maybe I’ll love Alaska! I mean it’s unlikely, but not entirely impossible.
In the meantime, I thought I’d distract myself with my favorite pastime, making a dish that I’ve never ever made before, in this case, Saag Chicken. Every time I’ve ever had Saag, it’s been with Paneer (hard cheese) and not chicken, but we Fixers need our protein, am I right"
Before moving to Louisville, I’d never had Indian food. Many cities that we’ve lived in have had Indian restaurants, but none with a kid’s menu and we were always afraid that we’d get there and there wouldn’t be anything to feed the babes. At some Indian restaurants, even the rice is spicy and my kids just can’t take the heat (truth be told, neither can my husband). Anyway, we found an Indian restaurant here that does have a kid’s menu, it’s limited, but it̵...