Posts Tagged ‘ Curry ’

Curried Tomato Spaghetti Squash & Chickpeas

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February 26, 2015
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Curried Tomato Spaghetti Squash & Chickpeas

Oddly enough, these last few months have been the hardest for me to blog. My new normal is scrambling the night before to cobble together a post. The recipes and photos are ready to go but I just don’t know what to say. It isn’t that I am getting bored with my eats (I am...

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Pakora Khuzambhu | Onion Fritters Curry

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February 23, 2015
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Pakora Khuzambhu | Onion Fritters Curry

Kuzhambu  is a cherished curry dish in my home. Combining flavors of spicy, sweet, tart - it makes for the perfect curry. I blogged about my favorite Tomato Kuzhambhu a couple of years back. Today its a recipe for yet another delicious and tangy curry - Pakora Kuzhambu. Crispy onion pakoras, deep fried and...

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Bengali Squash with Black Chickpeas

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February 17, 2015
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Bengali Squash with Black Chickpeas

Desperate times call for desperate measures. This weekend was a doozy of a cold fest. With the long weekend, I briefly contemplated using the snow in my favour by breaking out the snowshoes… until I realized just how cold it was. With temperatures near -40C with the wind, Rob and I opted to stay...

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Recipe | Foxnuts in Spinach Gravy aka Palak Makhane ki Subji – Moms will always be moms

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February 17, 2015
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Recipe | Foxnuts in Spinach Gravy aka Palak Makhane ki Subji – Moms will always be moms

“Behind all your stories is always your mother’s story. Because hers is where yours begin.”~M. Albom “I prepared ‘Panjiri’ today with fresh gond & Makhane. (Read more...)

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Yellow Split Chickpeas with Spinach (Chana Dal Sat-Bhaji)

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February 7, 2015
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Yellow Split Chickpeas with Spinach (Chana Dal Sat-Bhaji)

(Continuing with making a curry each week, although not necessarily blogging about them each week, ha!) If you are looking for recipes with a pressure cooker, other than JL’s new book, I recommend checking out Indian cookbooks. Or more specifically, I knew there were plenty of bean-centric pressure cooker recipes in one of my...

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Recipes | Arachuvitta Sambhar and Vatha Kulambu – Indian spices and aromatic cooking

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February 7, 2015
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Recipes | Arachuvitta Sambhar and Vatha Kulambu – Indian spices and aromatic cooking

“But your looks, accent, mannerism…I can’t believe you are not a South Indian….you don’t look like a Rajasthani  to me from any angle” her gaze narrowed on my face. “When in Rome, do as the Romans do” I replied with a cheery grin pulling out my glasses from the box and getting ready for...

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Sojne phuler torkari (Moringa Oleifera flowers curry)

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February 4, 2015
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Sojne phuler torkari (Moringa Oleifera flowers curry)

I am going through the most

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Recipe | Baby Potatoes in Spices & Yogurt aka Dum Aloo – Dreams don’t work unless you do

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January 29, 2015
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Recipe | Baby Potatoes in Spices & Yogurt aka Dum Aloo – Dreams don’t work unless you do

“Dreams don’t work unless you do.”~ Maxwell A crazy week of food photo-shoot at Isha Life in Chennai, and I am back home…finally. With no more running around carrying heavy loads of props and no shots to plan for the days, it feels good to relax & enjoy a bowl of home-cooked ‘Poha’ and ginger tea on...

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Recipes | Mixed vegetable curry in freshly ground spices aka ‘Gobbi Kootu’ with coconut rice – Tradition is to feed the fire

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January 14, 2015
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Recipes | Mixed vegetable curry in freshly ground spices aka ‘Gobbi Kootu’ with coconut rice –  Tradition is to feed the fire

“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.” ~ G. Mahler Not so long ago, Sankranti to me was all about flying kites and gorging on some delectable winter specialties. (Read more...)

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Yellow Moong Dal and Spinach Curry

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January 13, 2015
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Yellow Moong Dal and Spinach Curry

There is a special kind of familiarity to the Indian curries Rob and I cook up each week. Certainly, we have our favourites on a constant rotation, but most of our curries involve simmering some beans with garlic, ginger and turmeric with some tomatoes, perhaps some greens with a finishing tarka with cumin and...

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