This is a heavy dish but so flavorful. When it’s time for a meal that includes lamb, and not a lot of fuss, this is the one for you! Cooked in my new tagine, but a heavy bottomed casserole would also work.
I love naan. With this recipe, I added the twist of cranberries and walnuts. A new way to prepare a favorite you usually enjoy with Indian food. Why not naan for Friendsgiving this year?
Walking along the Battle Road Trail in Concord, and a filling and healthy lentil stew to make for a sunny autumn day
I lived on a budget when I was in college. Who didn’t? But I had one housemate who budgeted by eating cornflakes, all the time. Wish he’d known of this snack mix with cornflakes. He might have been just a little happier with variety in his life.
If you like Indian food, you will love this naan recipe. Simple ingredients, just a few steps (including allowing the dough to rise) and you have a bread perfect for spicy food, or perfect for dessert! You decide. And some lessons from my father in honor of today, Father’s Day.
If you’re making ice cream, why not make it special? Why not try Golden Milk for a new flavor that brings a bit of heat and a bit of holiday comfort? Sharing my recipe and my memories of ice cream.
Did you like history in school? I didn’t. But eventually I found a teacher that got how my brain worked and I learned more about history because she got us involved and making Indian Food – Dry Dal!
Vegetarian curry! When we had guests from India for Easter Dinner, this was my alternative to traditional ham!