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Slow Cooker Easy Indian Butter Chicken // If you have never tried Indian food, this is a MUST MAKE (next to Chicken Tikka Masala). It's made easy with the help of your slow cooker. Packed with flavor, your family will fall in love with the tasty bold flavors! Serve with basmati rice and garlic naan for a delicious traditional meal. | Tried and TastySteve and I have become known for the Indian food we make. Let me start over. Steve and I are known for our love of Indian food. More, Steve than myself, but I’m getting there. In fact, for our second date, Steve made homemade Indian food for me (Chicken Tikka Masala) and it was fantastic. Then, for my birthday a couple of months after we started dating, he took me to a local Indian restaurant for the first time. I immediately fell in love. It was fantastic. Since then, I can’t tell you how many times we’ve shared an Indian meal together. I even planned Steve’s surprise 30th birthday party a few years ago at a favorite Indian restaurant. Additionally, we’ve converted many friends to this delicious food – and now you can fall in love too! 

In this Slow Cooker Indian Butter Chicken, the flavors blend so well together. With the help of your slow cooker, you can make this before work and come home to a pretty fantastic dinner. The only out of the ordinary spice you will want to get will be garam masala (which is an Indian spice staple), along with cumin, turmeric and curry powder. We keep all of those on hand. You’ll also want to pick up some basmati rice because that’s the traditional rice you’ll find in the restaurants. Although this is not considered a healthy meal, it’s definitely a delicious meal that we don’t mind splurging our calories on every once in a while. The recipe makes enough to feed a crowd, or have leftovers if it’s just for your small family. Believe me, you will want leftovers!

*Special thanks to Blendtec for generously providing the Blendtec Designer 625 Blender and Blendtec Twister Jar for this series to review, however all opinions as usual are my own.

100% Whole Wheat Biscuits // Made with wholesome ingredients, these whole wheat biscuits are perfect for any breakfast or brunch. Great with melted butter or coconut oil and a drizzle of raw honey! | Tried and TastyNow that you know How To Make Whole Wheat Flour, you can whip up a few cups and make these delicious biscuits. You also may be interested in my Whole Wheat Buttermilk Biscuits. Both are fantastic recipes. I’m a huge breakfast advocate and the healthier the better. These were perfect with my freshly made flour, I loved them with a little bit of butter and a drizzle of real maple syrup. So yummy, especially with scrambled eggs and turkey bacon!

I’m sure you’ve guessed by now, but I have LOVED my new Blendtec Designer 625 Blender! So very much. Once I get past staring at the lovely Seafoam color that I am googly eyed over, I love the ease, power, and simplicity of the blender. If you’ve missed the posts in this series of how to make your own flour & nut milk, you’ll want to be sure and take a look back over the week – there are some really great recipes and step-by-step photos to help guide you along!

*Special thanks to Blendtec for generously providing the Blendtec Designer 625 Blender and Blendtec Twister Jar for this series to review, however all opinions as usual are my own.

How To Make Whole Wheat Flour // Did you know that making your own whole wheat flour is almost easier than buying it? With only one ingredient, you can have your own flour in less than 60 seconds. It's fresh, it's cheaper than store bought, and it's amazing to cook with! | Tried and TastyI’ve been making my own whole wheat flour for a couple of years now using my Blendtec Classic Blender and I figured it’s about time I shared with you just how easy it is to make! I’ve used it in many, many recipes including my Healthy Chocolate Zucchini Muffins, 100% Whole Wheat Waffles, 100% Whole Wheat Pancakes, and Whole Wheat Banana Bread to name a few. It’s SO easy, and when you buy your wheat berries in bulk it’s so affordable! 

When I got my new Blendtec Designer 625 Blender I was most excited to use it for flour making. The high powered motor blended the wheat berries like butter. So smooth. So effortless. SO easy! You must check out my post over on the Blendtec blog for my Whole Wheat Apple Cinnamon Waffles. They are DIVINE! Made with fresh whole wheat flour, they would be the perfect way to begin your day before you head out to work, or on the weekends before the hustle and bustle takes over. 

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