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    Epic Butter Chicken and Turmeric Mashed Cauliflower...OH YEAH!

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    This is my take on Mark's version of Butter Chicken. I tweaked it, and had to make do with some substitutions. It's A-F*CKING-MAZING!

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    Looks awesome! How tasty was the mashed cauliflower?

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    Awesome! They sopped up the sauce very well!
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    That looks reeeealy good!

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    I just made this and it is so delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe!

    Here is something similar that we like, Indian Walnut Chicken, " Akhrot-Murgh"

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    We make it primal by substituting coconut milk for the heavy cream.

    As for cauliflower mash I used 1/2 a head and added 2 peeled parsnips, boiled it for about 12 minutes, drained it and added butter along with the tumeric. Yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    I just made this and it is so delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe!

    Here is something similar that we like, Indian Walnut Chicken, " Akhrot-Murgh"

    Sanjeev Kapoor

    We make it primal by substituting coconut milk for the heavy cream.

    As for cauliflower mash I used 1/2 a head and added 2 peeled parsnips, boiled it for about 12 minutes, drained it and added butter along with the tumeric. Yummy!
    It's already primal with the heavy cream, just saying
    Personally I prefer the added flavour & dimension that using coconut milk or cream brings to the mix.
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    AWESOME! Thank you so much!

    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    I just made this and it is so delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe!

    Here is something similar that we like, Indian Walnut Chicken, " Akhrot-Murgh"

    Sanjeev Kapoor

    We make it primal by substituting coconut milk for the heavy cream.

    As for cauliflower mash I used 1/2 a head and added 2 peeled parsnips, boiled it for about 12 minutes, drained it and added butter along with the tumeric. Yummy!
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