This easy Indian Butter Chicken recipe is delicious and easy to make. It is also calorie-reduced by using less butter and evaporated milk instead of cream.
My whole family including my son and grand-daughters enjoy it. It is purposefully made not too spicy.
What to spice it up? Just add more cayenne pepper either during the cooking or to taste on your plate.
I enjoy Beef Stroganoff, but with suffering from Type 2 Diabetes I have to watch how much beef I consume. A great alternative is Chicken Stroganoff. Chicken is leaner meat and also better for those of us with Type 2 Diabetes. I serve this with egg noodles (not the best for Diabetes I know), rice would be great, too. Some recipes call for Nutmeg. I have never tried it. To me, the magic ingredient is the Worcestershire sauce.
Campfire Chili and Cornbread
A delicious one-pot meal - perfect for both indoor and outdoor eating and cooking. Gather the family around the fire or the dinner table and make some memories with this meal!