Paneer Makhani in taste is very much similar to Butter Chicken with rich and creamy gravy slightly on a sweet side, this time while cooking Paneer Makhani I decided to give it a twist by not using onion and garlic, I feel we should keep on challenging ourselves than only mind can come up with […]
This is a very quick, easy one pot meal, which can be made in a jiffy ( if you have the basic ingredients- saffron and pomegranate) when some unexpected surprise guests attack you. Also it looks beautifull- presented with the pomegranate airils and aroma of saffron. And no, it does not taste like sweet rice […]
Soup in the summer? You bet when Hatch chiles are in season! Roasted Hatch Chile and Corn Chowder is a seasonal (and regional) treat to savor. From the original site: When it’s Hatch chile season, many of us in the Southwest get excited. Hatch chiles are grown in the Hatch Valley of New Mexico.People roast […]
It’s Sourish, it’s Spicy, it’s Finger-licking Good!!! These peri-peri sauces are enough to bring gusto to a drab dish, fire to a boring meal & passions into thousands of kitchen in the world! Get the Recipe: Make Your Own Tasty Nando’s Peri-Peri Garlic Baked Wings!
The sweet & savoury flavours from the mouth-watering pork bellies & the mollusc, rounded out by gentle heat from chilli padi were a knock-out! It was a match made in heaven, ten abalones are definitely not enough! Get the Recipe: Braised Pork Bellies With Abalone In Claypot
Crock Pot Freezer cooking is the way for a busy family to do it! Take an afternoon and you can put together 40 meals all ready to go into the crock pot! Get the Recipe: 40 Meals in 4 Hours
I created this salad for a Food Blogger Los Angeles meeting called Kale-a palooza. We all brought kale dishes to our meeting. Kale is one of the healthiest, most nutrient-dense veggies on the planet. This holds up well as leftovers, too. From the original site: And so was born Kale-a-palooza Salad, a fitting main dish […]
During the winter months, hearty, comforting football foods are at their prime. On one side of the football food spectrum are the time-tested classics like beefy chili, spinach artichoke dip and cheesy nachos, and on the other side are relative newcomers such as buffalo chicken dip and southwestern egg rolls. This quick and easy recipe […]
The cuisine of Calabria is typical southern Italian Mediterranean – meat based dishes, vegetables, pasta, and fish. Because their climate is humid (high risk of mold and spoilage), Calabrians preserve their food by packing veggies and meat in olive oil, making sausage and curing fish (swordfish, sardines, and cod). The food is simple and delicious. […]
This is a one pot vegetable korma which is a beautiful dish which can be made with frozen vegetables if you do not have fresh ones available. It is a very impressive dish that looks complicated but is so easy and simple to make. Get the Recipe: Vegetable Korma
I’ve been meaning to try a shephard’s pie for a while but I found this interesting vegetarian version I wanted to try. I’ve never cooked soya before and I have to say I’m not a fan of it per se but this is probably one of the nicest ways to eat it. This is a […]
Few weeks back, I’d joined more than 100 Singapore Bloggers to #CookForFamily! This Clams & Mussels Pot was one of the dishes I’d made. That day, the Californian Sauvignon Blanc from Woodbridge was going at 50% off, & I got it for only S$20! Be warned! The soupy dish is highly addictive! Ingredients: 200g Mussels […]
This is an easy and super healthy recipe. Perfect for families with kids of all ages. From the original site: When I was a little girl, my Mom would make a meal for us that she named the Chicken Stack Up. It pretty much consisted of cheese, chicken and tortillas….stack ‘em up and bake it. […]
Love the attitude at Yammie’s Noshery @yammiesnoshery Quote: Guys, you just have to trust your feelings sometimes. You know, like a jedi. So add as much celery as you want. Cook the chicken any way you desire. Forget the tomato cups and have it on a croissant. Or try using roma tomatoes and just halving […]
This recipe is paratha(whole-wheat Indian flat bread) stuffed with spicy filling of boiled potatoes, onion, coriander leaves and spices. From the original site: Parathas are whole-wheat Indian flat bread. Parathas can be made plain or stuffed with many different fillings. Get the Recipe: Aloo(Potato) Paratha
Post by Tanya Decadence: A literary movement especially of late 19th-century France and England characterized by refined aestheticism, artifice, and the quest for new sensations. This post is about true decadence and self-indulgence. A Tough one for me to pander to, especially when it comes to food; my indulgences are more often to do with […]
A wise woman puts a grain of sugar into everything she says to a man, and takes a grain of salt with everything he says to her. […]
Check out this tasty looking savory quiche from @madalinaa at Duhlicious.. The amount of caramelized onions makes me swoon :) Go get the recipe.
I’d always wanted to try a recipe using Quinoa, but wasn’t quite sure where to begin. Honestly, it took me a while to even get the pronunciation right. I never tasted or used Quinoa previously but had always read so much about how quick and easy it is to cook. I knew I wanted to […]
I’m an egg fanatic & enjoy eggs of different sorts. Are you an egg lover like me? Ingredients: 4 Eggs 150g shrimps (peeled) 1 slice of Red Pepper/Capsicum (shredded) ½ Carrot (shredded) 1 stalk of Spring Onion (chopped) ½ Salt Dash of pepper ½ minced Garlic 2 tsp Extra-virgin Olive Oil Instructions: Whisk eggs lightly […]
Discovering exotic mushrooms at the supermarket can be fun. Especially when it makes you discover a brilliant Japanese Rice dish that’s bursting with flavour and spice. Yum. And oh, did I mention, so EASY! From the original site: It’s got a nice spicy flavour that hits the back of your throat, and smells divine!
I’m featuring one of my dishes for my My Chinese New Year Feasts – Yam Ring Treasures. For the non-Chinese, this is a very popular dish for all occasions.
Although Biryani is said to be originated from Iran to India through merchants and travellers, in India it has many different versions. It took it’s own version according to the local region. Each one has it’s unique flavour. Thalassery Biryani is a popular version from Kerala Cuisine. Thalaserry is a city named in Malabar,Kerala. This […]
Sometimes you need to just rely on your judgment instead of a written recipe, don’t you agree? In fact, the name of this recipe pretty much tells you all you need to know. Go ahead…step outside your comfort zone. Try it! From the original site: I had a ripe avocado and a blood orange just […]
It’s the dead of winter, but I am craving tomatoes. I have a full-on tomato jones going. Best way to fix that is with this tomato soup, made more fanciful by calling it bisque. A bisque (say it bisk) is a rich, smooth, creamy soup often made with shellfish, and thickened with said shellfish including […]