Jardaloo Ma Murghi (Curry With Apricots) 22p | A GIRL CALLED JACK

So tonight I made this tasty morsel from A Girl Called Jack.


It’s a delicious curry made with apricots and chickpeas. I’m generally not a fan of fruit in curry but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked it.

In true Slimma Chick fashion, I deviated slightly from the recipe, adding some turmeric, garam masala and chilli powder from my spice rack. I also added the chick peas to the sauce for the last 10 minutes then served with pitta instead of rice.

The result was a tasty and filling dinner worth just 7pp – 3pp for the curry and 4pp for the pitta. I’m one very satisfied diner this evening.

It’s not my recipe to post, so go vist Ms Jack and check it out:


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