Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Lunch, Side, soup
Tagged autumn, cilantro, curry, curry pumpkin, curry pumpkin soup, curry soup, easy, easy soup, fall, how to make pumpkin soup, pumpkin, squash, squash soup
Guilty confession: I made this recipe two years ago…blog posts don’t get better with age, so don’t ask me why I haven’t posted it until now! I had all of the pictures edited and everything, all I needed to do was type up the recipe and hit publish! But that’s all in the past now, so let’s just enjoy some duck curry!
This recipe initially piqued my interest because of the main ingredient: duck. When cooked properly, duck is delicious, and thanks to my uncle who is a hunting guide, my family has a constant supply of free duck! This curry was very flavourful and had just the right amount of heat!
Posted in Dinner, Duck, soup
Tagged aubergine, coconut milk, curry, dinner, duck, duck breast, eggplant, recipe, spicy, wok
I have a “bad blogger” moment to admit to: Before Christmas time I made roughly 150+ perogies and ate them all… yes all of them… k well not all of them because I did share a few dozen with friends and family… but the large majority….. without taking a single picture of them or blogging them. Now full of blogger shame, this past weekend I decided to whip up another batch. However, I must be clinically insane because I’ve made over 300 perogies with this ginormous batch. So everyone can expect one thing: more perogy recipes will be appearing on the blog. Who knows – maybe I will be the Perogy Princess while Bob is the Grilled Cheese King. Let’s get to this ethnic hybrid of perogies! Continue reading
Posted in Perogy
Tagged butter, cilantro, cream, curry, dough, ginger, india, indian, perogi, perogy, pierogi, pierogy, pirogi, pyrogie, pyrogy, pyrohy, recipe, Sour, turmeric, ukraine, ukrainian, Varenyky
One of my best and longterm friends is a registered dietician and she always takes about making chickpea curries, so after some googling, I’ve settled on this recipe. The perfect balance between spicy and savoury, this dish is packed with goodness, thanks to the chickpeas, fresh herbs and coconut milk. Considering you can make it basically out of canned food (which is great if you are in a time crunch), it’s surprisingly easy too. You know the drill BS’ers, let’s get to this recipe. Continue reading
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Healthy, International Food
Tagged chick, chickpea, cilantro, coconut, curry, dinner, easy, food, healthy, indian, pea, pulses