Nothing like a slow-cooker meal on a cold winter day, am I right? Even better, a slow-cooker chipotle chili waiting for you when you get home back from a day of skiing. Continue reading “Paleo Chipotle Chili”
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”
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”
I’ve had my eye on this breakfast idea for a while. Although I had never tasted this before making it myself, I had heard of it and thought it sounded delicious. I recently ended up in an Israeli ran restaurant called Greengos in Guatemala, and I saw the word ‘Shakshuka’ on the menu and actually had no idea what it was.
I am sure I have said it before on this blog but I’ll just say it again, I absolutely love curries! At this point if you’ve read a few of my posts you may have noticed I say this about most food. I love meat. Love chocolate (who doesn’t?). Love coconut. I could keep going for a while. But truthfully, curry is right at the top of my list. Continue reading “Panang Prawn Curry”