Saraboy’s indian masala stew サラボイのインド・マサラ・シチュー

I don’t know why, maybe it’s the darkness of the autumn, but recently I’ve started experimenting with food and to me unknown spices. Besides from the Japanese kitchen, I think I like Indian the most. Therefore I looked around for a good recipe of Indian stew, modified it a bit and this is the result. It actually tastes like something you’d be served in an Indian restaurant. And it’s surprisingly easy to make!
For the sauce you will need ソースに必要な材料:
100 grams of unsalted cashew nuts 100グラム・塩のないシューナッツ
1 small onion 一個・小さいたまねぎ
1 table-spoon of cooking oil 一つの大さじ・サラダ油
1 chunk of ginger (around 3 cm) 一つのぶつ切り・生姜(3センチぐらい)
1 garlic clove 一つの・ニンニク一片
2 table spoons of Garam Masala 2つ大さじ・ガラムマサラ
2 tea spoons of cumin (spiskummin in Swedish) 2つ小さじ・クミン
1 tea-spoon of cayenne pepper 1つ小さじ・カイエンペッパー
400 grams of canned tomatoes 400ml・缶詰のトマト
1 tea-spoon of sugar 1つ小さじ・砂糖
1 tea-spoon of salt 1つ小さじ・塩
0,5 tea-spoons of black pepper 2分の1小さじ・クロこしょう
Then you will also need これも必要:
1 can of chickpeas 1つの缶・ヒヨコマメ
100 milliliters of spinach 100ml・ミリグラムほうれん草
200 milliliters of coconut milk 200ml・ココナッツミルク
Put all the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl and mix with an immersion blender until a smooth paste. Put in a saucepan and add chick peas and the spinache. Bring to a boil, add the coconut milk and cook for around 15 minutes. Eat with rice or nan bread. That’s how easy it is! And, instead of chick peas and spinache one could use anything, like chicken and paprika for example.
Stews are excellent lunch box material, as they tend to taste even better the day after they are made. Besides, you can eat them with what ever utensil you might find, chop sticks, a spoon or just a fork =)
作った後の日もっとうまくなる傾向があるのでシチューはランチボックスとして完璧だ。しかも、何でもの道具でたべらる。フォークやスプーン、橋でもオッケー =)

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