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This Buddha Bowl from “a modern way to cook” by Anna Jones is chock full of good-for-you things and a rich curry, fragrant with a homemade curry paste and peanuts, all served over over brown basmati rice, then topped with freshly pickled carrots, crispy kale, and toasted seeds.

From the Author: “This all comes together in 45 minutes, but you do need to stay on top of a few things at once. The list of ingredients may look long, but I promise this is simple to make. You can also make a double batch of the paste and freeze some.”

 

 

a modern way to cook is the February 2017 selection for the World Spice Cookbook Club. a modern way to cook is currently available for purchase on amazon.com.

Recipes from a modern way to cook © 2016 by Anna Jones. Photography by Matt Russell. Published by Ten Speed Press. All rights reserved.


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