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Jenas ghost writer

It was the month of October, halloween was near.

 

I had never been a huge halloween fiend but i hope to those of you who may want something nice and warming inside you, this recipe will certainly do that. I used more potatoes than was necessary because i also wanted to give some to a kind neighbour who left a plate of delicious stroganoff outside my door a week ago.

 

Ingredients:

 

Potatoes (i would suggest a waxy type of potato)

2 large onions

two capsicum peppers

some frozen spinach

Tomato puree

A cooking apple

Some garlic

A small piece of root ginger

A tin of chick peas

Salt and pepper

some ground turmeric

Cumin seeds i tbsp

ground cinnamon 1 heap tsp

ground coriander 2 tbsp

Whole cardomams 4-6

vegetable stock (2 pints)

Garam masala 1 heap tbsp

Whole pepper hot (3 dried hot peppers)

mustard powder 1 tbsp

One bay leaf

Arrowroot (1 sachet/optional)

 

Prepare the stock. Pour some of the stock into a saucepan.

Chop the onions and add them to the stock.

Do not let saucepan over heat. Keep at hot but constant temperature.

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