What’s the Indian word for “bolus-worthy”?
I have to admit, I love Indian food.
Love, love, love.
When I work in our NYC office, I almost always have lunch at this Indian place called Utsav that has a great takeaway Indian buffet for only $10. I love tandoori chicken, curry chicken, chicken masala, aloo mutter, aloo gobi, paneer, naan and mango lassis. Everything. It’s delicious. Sometimes I think I was an Indian in a past life (if I believed in past lives… which I don’t… but I digress).
I also love Thai food. Peanut chicken, pad thai, thai iced teas. And I love Italian food, and I love French food, and I love Ethiopian food…
Honestly, I just like food, but ethnic foods seem to be the ones I crave more than anything.
Ethnic food seems to cause a lot of people grief when it comes to counting carbs. I mean, what exactly is masala anyway? And what is it that makes thai iced teas so sweet? I never know… I often find myself guesstimating and then paying the price later.
For people who eat ethnic foods, do you tend to eat the same entrees over and over? It’s starting to work out for me. I think I’ve nailed Thai and especially if I lay off all the jasmine rice.
But Indian food will always be totally bolus-worthy. 🙂