You see, pea and *potato* curry is tasty. All creamy-ish and filling, and just a little spicy. So *pea* curry should be good too, right?
No, not so much, it turns out. without potatoes the sauce doesn't thicken in a creamy way. The curry is just hot, rather than flavorful. The peas get overwhelming, texturally. It's edible, and I ate it, but it's pretty much a failed experiment. I won't be trying pea and *sweet* potato curry anytime soon, either. It just *sounds* gross.
So after my curry fail I decided to go with something I know I can make. Garlic twists. After all, it's just pizza dough, cut into strips, twisted into ropes, and dredged through salt/ oil/ garlic/ ital seasoning. Who could mess that up, right?
Important point: roasted garlic is yummy, slightly sweet, kinda mild, very tasty. *burnt* garlic tastes gross, like ashes and bitter. Just not good. Diced garlic on *food* roasts while baking bread. Diced garlic *on the baking sheet* incinerates, making your house smell like burned garlic, and giving everything in the oven with it a mild odor, as well.
Which is mostly gone now, at least.
Vegetarian cooking- not just a skill- An Adventure! Or, you know, not...