Fried up a little bit of diced chicken breast with half of a chicken oxo and a little olive oil. Mix it in to freshly made Huel, and wow; This is amazing! This is the future -This is healthy cheat-food!
All of a sudden - POW!! - A burst of tacky, sweet, RUIN!
Why, oh why, Sultana… Oh, the sickly-sweet terror upon my palette
I hereby petition to remove Sultanas from the otherwise perfect Korma.
I know it’s only my own preference but unless Sultana is key to the nutrient profile, I’d like to kill it with fire! Am I alone in this?
Dried fruits and nuts are a mainstay of many curries and spiced dishes not just from the Indian subcontinent but also northern Africa, Asia and Southeast Asia – they’re integral to many traditional recipes tastes and texture – even when you don’t realise they are there such as Japanese Katsus.
Removing them from these kind of recipes would probably alienate more people than it would attract.