Chicken Tikka Masala (from a jar) – Success!

This one post has been viewed over 2,000 times, making it responsible for over half of the total views for this blog. This baffles me for several reasons–for one, there are instructions right on the jar for how to use it. Second, there is still only one comment on the post. I have no idea if these thousands of people who are looking at this post LIKE my “recipe,” or bothered to make it, or just moved on to a more detailed/specific recipe.

Which basically means I’m still flying blind in terms of posting and whether or not I’m ever going to get more views.

As a side note, I haven’t made this for a really long time, so I should do it again. I wonder what I should add in this time…

The No-Recipe Life

My most recent anti-recipe dinner was chicken tikka masala. I have actually made this several times in the past and I have a method that I really like. It’s very easy, and I bet you could do it too. I am going to try to describe things in a way that lets you copy the method, even though I don’t have a recipe. I bet it would also be really good with shrimp or just veggies, if you want a meatless version.

The first thing you should know is that I do not make it from scratch. I have no idea how you would do that. I buy the sauce in a jar, usually from Trader Joe’s, but you can often find some version in the “world” sections of any regular grocery store. In just a minute, you’ll see a picture of the one I used this time.

I really…

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Posted on January 29, 2014, in Blog, Food and Drink, Non-recipes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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