seeds of change simmer saucesIf you shop the green, organic or “ethnic” sections of your grocery store, you may already be familiar with Seeds of Change Indian Simmer Sauces. If you’re not and you have any inclination towards super easy Indian food, please DO become familiar with them because they are. So. Good.

To clarify, I don’t think of myself as a foodie OR a lover of cooking (mainly because my kitchen is so incredibly small) but I do enjoy interesting, flavorful food that doesn’t take a lot of time, work or space (I’m woefully short on all three). That said, Seeds of Change simmer sauces, which are certified organic (WINWINWIN!) make cooking Indian about 10x easier with no appreciable sacrifice in taste. Also? My ten year old will eat anything cooked in these sauces.

We typically marinate some organic vegetables and/or chicken in one of our three faves (Tikka Masala, Jalfrezi or Korma) and then while it’s cooking, we make a side of our own easy-peasy version of chana masala (Indian-style chickpea dish) and serve with naan bread. I can have a surprisingly delicious Indian feast on the table in less than 45 minutes, and that includes 15 minutes of marinating. What’s not to love???

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