Indian Curry with Bread (Sangak)

I found a great place to get fresh bread out of the stone oven in Irvine’s persian market called Wholesome choice. I love to go there and the bread normally is baked every 20 minutes. There is always a line of people waiting for the next batch to come out. The bread is the persian bread called sangak (its a flat 2-3 feet long bread) with sesame seeds. When hot, its crunchy, chewy, and so good!

I normally cut it up in smaller rectangle shapes like this:

I made some curry using this recipe and it goes well with the bread!

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Kreativ Blogger Award

A big thanks to Just Anything who gave me this Kreativ Blogger Award! I am flattered to receive it!

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Part of accepting this award is to share 7 interesting things about me and nominate another 7 people, so here it goes:

1. Lately I am in love with Dark Chocolate. I have been eating everyday.

2. I have a horrible memory, ask me what we did 2 weekends ago, I probably don’t remember already.

3. I dont like reading newspaper, or watching News in general.

4. I can watch any drama for 24hrs straight.

5. I can speak 3 languages and 3 chinese dialects. (Not all at the same level though)

6. I am into chinese astrology.

7. I wanted to be a flight attendent growing up.

I nominate the following bloggers that I follow:

1. PastryGirl @ Dessert First- One of my favorite dessert blogs, she always inspires me with not just mouthwatering desserts but with good photographic styles.

2. Charmaine @ Charmaine’s Pastry Another great blog filled with inspirations and great images.

3. Kitchen Corner, with an asian twist.

4. Bombini! with lots of macaroon variations.

5. Apple and Spice, love her cakes!

6.  Tender Crumbs in love with the lemon chiffon cake!

7. Bake or Break– love all the experiments!