My favorite Indian restaurant is named Saffron, for obvious reasons after the flavourful spice, and it absolutely delicious. It’s for the special occasions where you just have to indulge in exquisite food; my birthday, my graduation, my dad’s birthday, lunch with the Mr, a random law school lunch, and that time we just had to have Indian food ordered at home.
It’s pretty amazing. It made me realize how much I love Indian food, and just how many memories great meals can create. I’ve been craving anything with Indian spices and coconut for ages now, in a desperate attempt to recreate one of these meals at home. Here’s the thing though; it’s pretty much on the heavy side as all Indians meals are, resulting in an immediate nap thereafter.
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- Low in Calories, Cholesterol, Sodium, and Fat.
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