The 'trio' in question are saag aloo, chana masala, and vegetable biriyani, with the added fourth of some garlic naan.
Saag Aloo: This was my favourite of the trio. Delicious potatoes and spinach in a cashew-based sauce. So good.
Chana Masala: Chickpeas, tomatoes, spices, classic. It has a tablespoon of sweetener in it, which I found to be a bit too sweet, but it was still good.
Biriyani: I love biriyani, and this made a lot! It is packed full of romato, mixed veggies, and raisins. The leftovers were also great (sprinkled with nooch, because I have no shame and it tastes great with nooch!).
Garlic Naan: I was really excited about this, but unfortunately it was a bit of a let down. The dough is based on her pizza dough, but ended up being super sticky even when I added a bunch more flour. So they were tricky to cook. The taste was OK, but not really naan.
And here are some more photos of them all. There was the option of serving with Chloe's tamarind mango chutney (from another recipe in the book), but I served with store-bought mango chutney and some plain soy yoghurt.
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
Continuing on with the paw theme, here is Sahara holding onto her tail with her paw. She does this sometimes and it is adorable.