Sticky, spicy and rich in flavour, fruits, and marzipan, this easy Simnel cake for Easter is lighter — in texture and colour — than the Christmas fruit cake.
Everything about the 9-ingredient vegan lentil curry Indian style will make you crave more of it: it’s nutritious, it’s silken and creamy, rich and indulgent, of course it’s vegan, but most important: it’s easy peasy and it can get very very addictive. A quick weekday lentil recipe.
Ghee roasted vegetables are packed with oodles of nutty, buttery, starchy flavour with the nutrition intact, and made in less toil and time. It’s a perfect mid-week 30-minute vegetarian meal, and versatile, for you can serve it with pasta, or sour cream or crème fraîche, ground almonds, and lots of chopped coriander.
It’s the start of the week and you had a bad day, you’re taking one down. What you need is a snuggle with the warm and comforting creamy mushroom and dill pasta. It has the power to turn a bad day around!
You’ll love the riot of sweet, tangy, spicy, bitter, salty and umami tastes that this bitter gourd curry lets loose in your mouth. Fiery red to look at, intense and full-bodies in flavour and very healthy, kanchala gojju, otherwise known as haagalakaayi gojju is a great way to make your kids eat bitter gourd.
A lovely coconut flavour marries with a coriander-rich masala, and tomatoes and the tamarind work their tangy and acidic magic and blend the spices beautifully and give the fish that bite. This fish curry recipe will have you polishing off the fresh, tender fish in a piquant, yet tangy fish gravy in no time.
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This fiery, dark and intense beauty will definitely have you craving more in no time! With that darling black pepper to spice it up, the black pepper beef gravy South Indian style | beef pepper curry will fire up a cold night, exhilarate your taste buds and satiate a hungry you.
It is a wonderful thing really, to eat this super food and know how deeply nourishing it is. Call it what you want: ragi muddè, ragi kali or ragi balls, these finger millet balls are nutty and aromatic, and are a perfect accompaniment to gravies and chutneys. They fill up a hungry tummy with very little effort while providing a great bit of energy and good health.
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