The weather outdoors is warming up a bit, the tulips are abundant in the flower stands, Spring break for kids just begun. Time to get innovative and creative both in crafts and cooking, the sunshine outdoors is motivation enough. The grass in the lawn is slowly beginning to turn green, the birds have returned home, there is a joy whispered in the breeze that blows amidst the leaves of the trees.
Spring always brings rain showers, so this morning there was a light drizzle and the air cooled down a bit. The best time of the year to open your windows and let nature’s music fill your home and hearts.Stepping into my kitchen, I wondered what I could cook that would make my teen enjoy his lunch in leisure savoring hot home made food during his Spring break , where there is no rush to finish lunch in the 15 minute or so break they get at school. Had planned on some gardening later on in the day, which means hunger pangs would strike early once I am done digging all that earth, which would leave hardly any energy to start cooking in the evening……..what is the one curry I can make that would hit both birds with one stone ? Well, this Andhra ( a South Indian state) recipe jumped out from my web search. Always wanting to try different chicken recipes from all over the globe, I took upon this recipe to try today. It turned out awesome and our home is filled with the delicious aroma of the green curry, signifying Spring is here to stay !