As a cookbook author and Food Network star, Ayesha Curry is always cooking adult new dishes for her husband, Golden State Warriors indicate guard Stephen Curry, and their two daughters — though on diversion day, she sticks to a basics.
“We have pasta, and we make a same salsa each time,” Ayesha tells Bon Appetit‘s healthyish of her go-to gravy from her cookbook, The Seasoned Life, made with San Marzano tomatoes and her possess spices and seasonings. “We’ll switch out a protein sometimes—ground chicken, belligerent turkey, belligerent beef, infrequently straight-up vegetarian—but, for Stephen, it’s all about a carbs. It’s usually removing that pasta in.”
Throughout a rest of a week, she’ll make recipes like lamb chops, bacon-wrapped scallops or her spice-rubbed chicken. Sitting down for a family plate is a large priority in a Curry household. “It’s such a failing thing, people sitting around a list and enjoying cooking together in their home,” says a star of Ayesha’s Homemade. “My goal is to keep that alive.”
While Ayesha does many of a cooking (“[Steph’s] not focused adequate when it comes to his blade skills,” she teases), a NBA star does have “one dish.”
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“I’m a one-trick pony,” says Steph. Adds Ayesha: “It’s five-ingredient pasta. He messed it adult usually once, and he’s recovered tremendously given then. He bought a tomato and suspicion it was a bell pepper. He said, ‘I don’t get because bell peppers ambience like tomatoes when they’re peppers.’”
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But now, after being a ambience tester while Ayesha was building 5 to 10 recipes a day — and even cooking a few himself — there’s small difficulty over veggies. “I can go grocery selling in a furnish territory for sure,” he says.