Curries, U3A and wild garlic
There were 2 portions of tomato Dahl, and 4 each of the other 2 curries. So 10 portions in all. The participants insist on paying for the ingredients, although I wouldn’t mind at all contributing them, as it really isn’t much. When I came to add up all the ingredients from the recipe lists it came out at just 50p each. A total of £3.50 for 10 main meals. Not bad at all!
Today, I had the rest of the tin of mango to use up. Sometimes, I freeze the rest of the tin, or make a huge batch of the mango curry and freeze it in portions.
But today I did something different with it. I had some value Greek yogurt, which is lovely and thick. So I mixed a bit of the mango with a bit of the yogurt. Ooh, yum, yum. So I mixed all the rest of the mango into a tub and a half of yogurt. So simple, no added sugar, plenty already in the mango. Absolutely delicious.
I got the mango from Approved Food at just 25p a tin, so this is a super cheap pudding.
I have just swept a path in the garden and noticed that the wild garlic is well and truly up. The leaves are a good foot long. So time to make some Wild Garlic Pesto then. This is the very first recipe I posted back in the middle of June 2013. Blogging was still pretty much a mystery to me then, and I didn’t have much idea what I was doing. How many recipes and ideas have flowed under the bridge since then! Still learning of course, but know a bit more about it now.
I have a foodie friend that, when I visit, I tend to take a little something. It’s such a joy to make things for people when you know they will be appreciative. Last year, I took her some of the pesto, and ever since, she has been asking me if I have any more. So she will be pleased when I turn up with another jar for her
Take care of your family and your budget
Before putting together the meal planners, Lesley surveyed what was needed. Of the existing 14 meal plans, most are for 2 people so can be sized up or down. Others are for 1, or 4 people