Easy vegetable coconut curry

Easy vegetable coconut curry

I love to add coconut milk to my curry dishes when I want to get a delicate and creamy taste. The combination of spices and coconut milk creates a unique flavour. A delicious way to eat vegetables. You can use any kind of vegetables for this recipe, but I always like to prepare it with …

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Saag Paneer

Saag Paneer

Saag Paneer is a classic Indian vegetarian dish with spinach and Paneer. Saag refers to any kind of leafy green vegetables such as spinach, fenugreek, mustard greens, basella, etc. Usually served with chapati or basmati rice. Paneer is an Indian cottage cheese that has a firm texture, which makes it possible to prepare dishes without …

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Kalakand (Milk Cake)

Kalakand (Milk Cake)

Kalakand is a very popular Indian sweet prepared with milk and sugar. It has a soft, moist, and slightly crumbly texture with a delicate cardamom flavour. The traditional way of preparing Kalakand is a very long process. It is made by slightly curdling the milk and reducing it on a very low flame until thickens. …

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Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Every time I prepare this pumpkin Bundt cake, it transports me to a cosy cottage with fireplace, thick blankets, mugs of hot tea and the warm, sweet aroma of the spices…. It is a moist, delicious pumpkin cake with warm fall spices and lots of walnuts and golden raisins, a perfect dessert for fall.  Ingredients: …

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Tandoori Chicken Wings

Tandoori Chicken Wings

We love chicken wings at home…in all their versions, especially when grilled. The grilled chicken wings are delicious by themselves; you can’t imagine how good they are in this Tandoori spice version. Marinated with yoghurt, ginger-garlic paste and Tandoori spice, then grilled until golden, these juicy spicy chicken wings are finger-licking good! I usually accompany …

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Paratha (Indian flatbread)

Paratha (Indian flatbread)

Paratha is a very popular flatbread in Indian cuisine. Unlike other bread, Paratha is fried with Ghee and is flaky inside. Parathas are usually prepared for breakfasts and special occasions. I still remember the smell of fried parathas that my mom used to make for the weekend breakfasts. Usually, she served them with omelettes and …

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