Tuesday, June 24, 2008

SITS Recipe

For all you SITSa's out there, you know why I'm doing this!

First of all, thanks to everyone who stopped by my blog today via SITS. At last check (about 15 minutes ago), I had 371 HITS ON MY BLOG!!!

Whoo Hoo! I feel the lovin'. Too bad none of you are Christian Bale. Then I'd literally want/need to FEEL the lovin'!

Anyway, here's a recipe for Asparagus in Curry Sauce. It's not as yucky as it sounds. The curry sauce is actually good for asparagus, brussel sprouts, broccoli. Heck, I pour it over fish, chicken, turkey, rice, etc...! I love this sauce.

Anyhoo, here's the recipe.

Asparagus in Curry Sauce

Ingredients:

Asparagus (one bunch)
1/3 cup of plain non-fat yogurt
2 tbsp of low-fat mayo
2 tsp of lemon juice (fresh is best)
1/4 tsp of salt
1/4 tsp of curry powder

Bring water to a boil. Add asparagus and bring back to a boil. Boil for 3 minutes.

While the asparagus is boiling, mix all of the remaining ingredients together in a bowl. I use a whisk. It's smoother that way.

Once it's all mixed together, cover it with Saran Wrap or that lovely invention, Press N Seal and heat in the microwave for at least 30 seconds. Don't overheat or the ingredients will separate.

Once the asparagus is done (I like mine crisp), you can pour the sauce over the asparagus. Or, if you're like my household, just pour it over the portion you put on your plate.

I actually got this recipe from an American Heart Association cookbook I got for free off the Internet.

We use this sauce so much that you should see the food stains on the cookbook that's permanently turned to this page!

Bon Appetit!

Later,

Mama Dawg

21 really cool people who give a rat's patootie:

Angie

Oh my, another Christian Bale fanatic! Isn't he just delish? I fell in love with him when he did Swing Kids and have pined from afar ever since. Hope he discovers you soon! :-) I'm visiting from SITS and am going to check out more!

Kaza

Hey SITsta! Sorry I'm not Christian Bale (who is definitely a cutie but scared the hell out of me in American Psycho). Thanks for the recipe, sounds yum.

Always Home and Uncool

Ooh, I'm feeling the curry burn just reading this recipe. I'm getting on it this weekend.

Tena

Sounds yum-o!!!!
I saw Christain Bale at Disneyland one day.... that man is hot!

Sandi McBride

Now I can't wait to try this one...I love curried dishes...always felt my last life was lived in India...love Tandoori as well! Thanks for the recipe!
Sandi

Sydney

a. Christian Bale is yummy.
b. this recipe looks yummy.
c. your blog is also yummy, i will be stopping by again soon!

Kandace

I can't wait to try this bad boy out!

Cindy

Oh how wonderful! Two of my favorite things. Thanks for sharing.

Rene

I have stains in my cookbook too! Were we separated at birth?!? Hehehe -- have a great SITS day!!

Ann

Hey Hey!
Congratulations on the SITS luv!

Dena

Congrats on being featured on SITS. Nice blog, love the layout.

Rph Mommy

Lurve me some Christian Bale. Love curry too, just don't know about it with asparagus. LOL

LiteralDan

That sounds good, but man, I don't recommend microwaving plastic wrap of any kind. Unless you want to risk drifting off to crazy-acid-trip land. On second thought, that doesn't sound like such a bad Saturday night.

lindsey

thanks for the recipe...found you on SITS..i am new to this, but i will definitely be back. thanks for the recipe ;)

Romi

Found you on SITS, great blog and I have food stains all over my cookbooks, they help me find the good recipes that I make over and over.

Julie N

Coming over from SITS to give some comment luv and saw the interesting looking feet...I could only imagine what the rest of the collection looks like! LOL!!!

Jessica G.

Here from SITS but I gotta say...I'm a city girl trapped in the *gasp* rural suburbs. Half an hour to the closest mall! How do we survive?

Jill

That sounds awesome! We're moving to India in 5 weeks... it will be nice to have a handy local dish to serve up once we get there!

By the way, came over via SITS. Nice to meet you!

Jenn

Congratulations on being a featured SITS blogger! That sounds like a great recipe!

Rhea

I came over as a SITS sista and fell in love with your blog, so now I'll be lurking and posting for a while. So, keep posting hilarious posts (no pressure) or I'll leave. hehe just kidding.

DidiLyn

You thought this sounded gross? No way, girlfriend! Sounds fab and can't wait to try it.
Thanks!

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