After eating someone’s homemade quiche from work, I had to try making it myself. I found it to be a great and fulfilling breakfast dish. Going off my tastes, I knew pork sausage, jalapenos, and cheese were the main ingredients so I started there. I used: 1 cup of mild cheddar, Hillshire farm sausage, 2 tablespoons of jalapenos, a teaspoon of red peppers, 1/4 cup of milk, 4 eggs and mixed it all in 1 bowl. I baked it for about 45 minutes until the top was golden brown or the toothpick/knife came out clean once poked in it. What a great quiche! All I would change is adding only 1 tablespoon of jalapenos instead of 2. I made it too spicy for myself.
So after watching Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, I decided to a take a trip to Tempe, AZ to try out the Pakistani/Indian cuisine at Curry Corner! We all know I love Indian foods! It is a nice small restaurant with some good food. I got my favorite samosas and they came with what tastes like mint chutney and mango chutney. The samosas were just the way I like them: hot, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, flavorful but not too spicy! Delish!
For my main meal, I ordered Chicken Makhani. They recommended it as a good popular dish to try. Considering I was already familiar with Tikka and Tandoori, I was excited to try something I never had. I ordered the chicken with an order of basmati rice. Wow! The flavors of the butter and the unique spices (almost like pumpkin spice) made me crave each bite. I couldn’t finish my food but thankfully, they not only do dine-in but take-out too! Must try this place if you love this kind of food. I would love to try the other foods on their menu.