Hema’s Kitchen II (Devon probably is better)

While I admire any Indian cooking because I consider it one of the hardest cuisines to make, I was not overly impressed with Hema’s Kitchen II. None of the dishes were standouts and one was a little disappointing.

Aloo Baigan Matar – Had good flavor and the eggplant was cooked well.

Sag Paneer – Favorite of the three dishes. I appreciate that the dish did not hold back on the spice level, hot! (well, they probably still kept it medium for the Americans) I love the combo of spinach and paneer cheese, tasty.

Chana Marsala – This was the disappointing dish. The flavors were not melded together enough and the chick pea flavor overpowered the dish. The chickpeas needed to be steamed/roasted/pressure cookered…they just didn’t take on any flavor.

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