I have been making this dish for twenty years. I learned how to cook it on my first trip to India. It is very much like the chicken korma annabel karmel Tikka Masala that originated in England but it is so much better!
In the inside of Graffiti's, you will find 38 televisions of all different sizes located around the bar. Some of them are on huge screens so this is the perfect location to be at to cheer on your favorite sports team. They are well known in the area for being the best bar to chicken korma curry watch sports at.
The lunch menu at this St. Paul restaurant is quite extensive. There are many choices "From the Grill". A few selections are the "Grilled Chicken Sandwich" for $5.49, the "Bacon Cheese Burger" for $5.79, and the "Turkey Artichoke and Avocado" which costs $5.29 for half a sandwich or $6.29 for a whole sandwich.
Chicken Stir Fry: Put cut up chicken pieces in a frying pan with a little olive or nut oil. Mix in thinly sliced sweet peppers, onion, tomato and any other bits in the fridge that look healthy enough to eat. Cook gently for a few minutes, ensuring the chicken is thoroughly hot. Then mix into a bowl of hot cooked noodles. Serve with an oriental style sauce.
One of my all time favorite herbs is tarragon, and when mixed into a low fat, healthy sauce to create a slow cooked chicken curry on the bone salad it is delicious. For those with a rich palate; mayonnaise or sour cream that is low in fat can be used. So what would have been a definite no no at one time can now be eaten and enjoyed.
For sandwiches and wraps they had the chicken bacon and ranch wrap, buffalo chicken wrap, portabella mushroom wrap and many others. Sandwiches you had the options like Graffiti's Ultimate beer brat, cordon bleu, spicy pesto slow cooker chicken korma, and plenty of options of burgers. I can never get away from ordering the Cuban burger. It is an 8 oz burger topped with Swiss cheese and ham topped with garlic mayo and Dijon mustard. It hits the spot every time.
Even though eating seasonal foods is important, and I highly recommend it, you can also have some fun in the winter. If having a big fruit salad mid-winter will help you feel better, go ahead and make one with the local grocer's produce bounty! Fresh salads can also help you feel great. Frozen vegetables are a good choice if you'd like out of season treats. Remember to serve veggies with plenty of fat (olive oil on salads and butter on steamed veggies) to help you absorb all nutrients.
Start with buying a slow cooker with a removable insert for easy cleaning. Find a slow cooker that has more than one setting, such as low, medium and high. Most slow cookers include basic instructions for using it, as well as more elaborate recipes you may want to try. Remember, any slow cooker recipe you find can be easily remade into a low fat meal using low fat substitutes for high fat ingredients. When you use your imagination and your slow cooker, there is no end to the delicious low fat meal you can serve your family.