Mum’s Chicken Curry

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The end of the month = the end of my trying recipes from Made in India for now. Just in time for all the preparation that goes into the food for the upcoming holiday season. This book has proven to … Continue reading

Caramelized Onion, Coconut and Egg Curry

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There was a slight kerfuffle during my time cooking from Made in India. I was all ready to make this recipe and was sure that I’d found and purchased tamarind paste (the latest new ingredient to try out here in … Continue reading

Workers’ Curry (Chana masala)

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There’s been quite a lot of cooking from Made in India by Meera Sodha here in Whatfoodimadeland in the past week or so. It was the Food52 Cookbook Club cookbook of the month for October but I got a late … Continue reading

French Onion Soup Burgers

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A mash-up of two of my favourite things to eat: French onion soup and hamburgers. Surely that’s a recipe worth giving a tryout, right? Start with the onion. One very large onion. Slice the onion and get it into a … Continue reading

Turkish Pasta with Feta, Yogurt and Dill

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Another recipe from the Food52 Cookbook Club! I would probably not have tried unless others in the group had written about how good it was, but like everything I’ve made from Simple so far, it was delicious. The combination of … Continue reading

Curried Red Lentil and Apricot Soup

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A new year and some new plans for me and what food I’m going to make! My intention for this year is to try some new-to-me ingredients, make some food from different countries than usual and to finally try making … Continue reading

Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

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Did you manage to get through Cookbooktober unscathed? What is Cookbooktober? There are so many new cookbooks released in October that someone decided to call the month Cookbooktober. Not me, because how unwieldy is that name? Now imagine how much … Continue reading