An Indian-Spiced Pea & Potato Wrap is an awesome dish filled with lots of delicious flavor and texture. Dip this crunchy, spicy wrap in your favorite mango chutney to make it extra awesome.
I love my husband, and I love cooking, so to me, the idea of making him something I have no intention of eating is usually pretty fun. If I'm in the mood to cook, of course. He loves me and wants me to be happy, so he rarely asks me to make him things I don't want to eat. It's been a point of contention in the past, but the longer we're together, the easier it is to understand what is truly going to make the other person happy.
Having the patience to stick with anything long term is the only way to get the deep, lasting benefits from it. There are so many subtle nuances to understand in all forms of relationships, whether that's with a spouse, a friend, or even your relationship with yourself. You're not gonna get it right the first time. But with patience and the sincere intention to understand, you engage in an ever-expanding spiral of clarity. Life just gets a little bit easier every single day.
What makes these Indian Spiced Pea & Potato Wraps so awesome?
So I make him things like Indian Spiced Pea & Potato Wraps because I know he'll love them, even though Indian flavors just don't do it for me. I enjoy cooking these because they're relatively simple but also impressive. Plus, they're made with curry paste, rather than a mix of several different spices. So you don't have to buy a spice you'll only use once. You can select the curry paste that you love most with the heat level that works for you. For my husband, that's usually the hottest one they have.
These phyllo wraps are super crunchy on the outside, and they're filled with caramelized onion, fluffy potatoes, and sweet peas. My husband loves to add plenty of mango chutney to each bite for a sweet flavor contrast. And if you wanted to make the filling ahead of time then bake the wraps just before serving, that would totally work. He devoured his wrap and couldn't wait to have the leftovers.
Magical Properties of Mango
We've covered peas, potatoes, and onions recently on the blog, so I thought it would be interesting to look into the magical properties of mangoes. This voluptuous red and green fruit is often associated with passion and abundance. It's rich yellow flesh is tied to power, growth, and happiness. Flowers of the mango tree have been used for wisdom and divine connection.
With its large seed at the center, mangoes carry feminine or receptive energy, though they're tied to both Mars and Venus. Astrologically, they're associated with the fire signs Aries and Sagittarius. They can be used to add energy to the sacral and solar plexus chakras. Use this sweet fruit in spells for fertility, self-empowerment, and inspiration. (Source: Plentiful Earth)
For more on the magical properties of the ingredients in this recipe, check the Kitchen Magick page.
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Make yourself an Indian-Spiced Pea & Potato Wrap or make it for someone you love. Either way, it's gonna be awesome.