Our “Cooking for Two” series is all about those of us who love good food but need smaller batches. Maybe you’re single, or coupled but with no kids (no kids, before kids, after kids). Whatever the reason, you don’t necessarily want a lot of leftovers hanging around. We had you in mind when we developed these recipes.

I love Indian flavors, and vegetables, and healthy meals! So, this Indian-style fried rice is right up my alley.

This recipe takes a detour from traditional fried rice, the well-known Chinese invention of leftover rice and vegetables cooked in a wok with some scrambled eggs in the mix.

Here you start with onion, ginger, garlic, and leftover rice, and so far, you’re in the ballpark of the original. But that’s where the similarity ends. Cumin, turmeric, chickpeas, tomatoes, and shredded kale add a different twist. The egg (optional) goes on…

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