low fat indian dinner
Indian food from restaurants actually scares me. The menu options sound healthy enough and there are usually a ton of vegetarian options, but sadly there are unknown quantities of butter lurking within. So, I prefer to eat my Indian at home. Now, admittedly, this might not be the most authentic of recipes. But, it's easy, quick, healthy and tasty.
Just take a jar of Trader Joe's Masala Simmer Sauce and pour it into a stockpot or a good sized sauce pan. Then throw in a can of garbanzo beans and a can of kidney beans. Add two chopped skinless chicken breasts. Bring to a boil and then reduce to a simmer and let cook for a couple of hours while you entertain yourself with other matters. In the meantime, you can also make some brown rice.
A couple of hours later you have a delectable dinner for two to three (plus some leftovers). To spice up the experience, add a splash of your favorite hot sauce.