And they say advertising doesnt work! Ha
The In-Laws came for a flying visit at the weekend. We have no spare rooms or beds. That was fun.
I fed them roasted mix veg, rice and tandoori chicken. We had quorn strips, I probably wont have that again. Everyone else thought it was delicious. I am not keen on quorns texture.
The tandoori was really easy, low fat plain greek yoghurt, mixed with a Pataks jar of madras paste. About half the jar. I butterflied the chicken breasts, placed them in a bowl with half the curry yoghurt mix and left it for 2 hours in the fridge and did the same with the quorn.
To cook them, I used the grill pan bars over a baking tray, with some baking parchment in the bottom, to catch any drips as the yoghurt is hard to scrap off and wash. The quorn I put them on parchment paper on top of a pizza tray. For my own quorn I made it with alpro yoghurt and the curry paste and repeated, (I cant eat dairy, no its not a fad, I have never been able to eat dairy).
It was a pleasant evening. I was given compliments on my 'adventurous food'. Next time I am going to feed them something truly exotic! I need ideas lol