Tips for Cooking up a Table For Two

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Ok, let’s face it. How many times a month do you really go out for dinner for a ‘date night’?  On a Friday night, once kids have come home from a long week at school and the juggle is done for the week, the last thing I want to do is go out. Sometimes I just want to make a quick meal and chill out with a quiet dinner sans kids. As tempted as I am to get take out on nights like that, sometimes a home-cooked Indian meal can be just what you (or your wallet) need.

But it can be tricky when cooking for  two to and trying to minimize dishes especially when most recipes call for 4 to 6 serving sizes. But just because it’s ‘table for two’ one night doesn’t mean you have abandon your kitchen for take out.

Sauces like  Pataks Canada’s sauces for two can help make a great meal without the leftovers and without breaking the bank. They come in convenient packs with all natural ingredients and make just enough food for two in just 10 minutes!

Here’s a great recipe to make your table for two a great date night! cooking for two; Pataks CanadaGrab your favourite raitha and pilau and relax.


1 tbsp olive oil
2 medium chicken breasts, diced
1 jar Patak’s Tandoori Sauce for Two


Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a pan over medium heat.
Dice two medium chicken breasts & pan fry until meat is sealed and browned (approx. 3–4 min).
Pour sauce over the meat, stir to mix well & simmer for 5 min, stirring occasionally
Serve over rice or with Naan bread.
Can substitute chicken with shrimp, beef or vegetables. If you like it spicy, garnish with sliced chillies. If not, drizzle some yogurt.

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