We’re always looking for healthful, sensible meals that offer a little variety to our culinary adventures, so tonight Chris and I tried individual broccoli and goat cheese souffles. We had never made a souffle before, so we weren’t quite sure what to expect. They turned out great. We accompanied this main course with homemade buttermilk and chive crushed potatoes and a fresh garden salad. It was a meal fit for a king and queen–and all for under 500 calories. We had wanted to make roasted asparagus, but couldn’t figure out how manage cooking both the souffles and roasting the asparagus in a way where everything would be hot and ready at the same time. So, we’ll save the the roasted asparagus for lunch tomorrow.
We had a good time tonight all chipping in to prepare dinner as a family. I had a hankering for Japanese Curry Rice (also known as Karei Raisu) just like I remember from the Hibarigaoka neighborhood in Tokyo, but veggie style. Anyway, I think it turned out pretty good–maybe a bit too thick but very yummy. Itadakimasu!
If you want to give this a try, check it out from NoRecipes.com: Homemade Japanese Curry Rice.