This month I have made:-
Cauliflower and Sun-dried tomato Pilaf. I used normal tomato purée and a pack of mixed rice (spelt isn't gluten free). It wouldn't have been quite enough to serve all six of us, so I did some balti potatoes to go alongside it. Yum - you have to love curried potatoes!!
On Tuesday night, I made the Falafel hash with Baba Ganoush dip. The dip was particularly lovely and made a nice change from hoummous. I served it with pittas for us and GF flatbreads for my eldest daughter. We also happened to serve it with bubbles as we were celebrating my eldest daughter getting in to study graduate entry medicine, so not frugal, but some things need to be celebrated!!
I forgot to take a photo in the excitement of the moment but she and I had the leftovers served on a gram flour 'omelette' for a very nice lunch the following day.
Last night we ate outside for the first time this year. I cooked the Vegetable Thali. I made my own Tarka Dahl rather than buying pre-made and made the raita with soy yoghurt. I obviously didn't use Jersey royal potatoes either (way too expensive to curry!!). There was plenty for all six of us and then enough for three lunches, so not a bad price per head!