Please please please don’t let the long list of ingredients intimidate you. This recipe is not a difficult one, and making the curry sauce from scratch is well worth it. Continue reading “Lamb Korma”
I should have posted this in the middle of July when zucchinis were actually growing, but I am always about 2 to 3 months behind on my editing so here we are.
I wanted something fresh and light for a nice summer meal and I already had the salad, but need a plan for the main event. As always I like to join opposite flavours in a dish and with a sweet, refreshing salad, a bit of spice was needed. Continue reading “Spicy Middle Eastern White Fish”
Let’s be clear, I am in no way pretending that this is going to taste like spaghetti or any type of pasta for that matter, and I wasn’t intending on creating a substitute when making this recipe. If anything this dish would fall more appropriately into the salad category. Continue reading “Sun-dried Tomato Pesto Zucchini Noodles”
For those of you who are into Indian cuisine as much as I am, Korma is probably not a new thing. I’ll just give you a quick breakdown just to make sure everybody knows what the heck I’m talking about here. Korma is a dish made of meat and/or vegetables braised in a spiced sauce mixed with yogurt, cream or nuts. Continue reading “Macadamia Chicken Korma”
Have you ever had the Creole Chicken at Cactus Club? Best chicken I’ve ever had, by far. As soon as I tasted it for the first time, I knew I would be on a quest to find the recipe or at least something similar. Well, I couldn’t get my hands on Chef Fernie’s original recipe, but this comes pretty darn close! It is just so freaking juicy and full of flavours it will literally blow your mind. Continue reading “Creole Grilled Chicken with Root Vegetable Puree”
Try these delicious Indian Roasted Veggies as a side to any Indian dish! Works perfectly to soak up all the extra sauce from curries if you don’t eat rice! Continue reading “Indian Roasted Veggies”
Indian butter chicken, one of my all time favourites. This is definitely one dish I’ve tried making at least 10 different ways. That’s the thing with curries; unless you follow a specific recipe and portion every ingredient and each spice to a T, you will get a slightly different result each time. Continue reading “Indian Butter Chicken”