This week I was craving Thai green curry. I love all things curry but there is something extra special about the combination of sweet, salty, and sour flavors found in Thai curries. Thai green curry is made with the protein of your choice, green curry paste, coconut milk, and veggies. It’s a very easy, one-pot … Continue reading Thai Green Curry Chicken
I love Thai food, especially the curries. I have made red, green, tofu, and massaman beef curries many times and have the recipes here for you to try. Out of all the curries I think massaman curry is my favorite. It is relatively easy to make as there are not-too-many ingredients. I start with a … Continue reading Massaman Chicken Curry
Our chickens have been very productive, giving us three eggs a day. I have been saving some to make my special egg curry which I will be sharing with you today. This curry is so good that my husband prefers it over almost any other curry, even though it’s vegetarian.
One of the fun things we did this past year was to get three chickens. It’s been really fun for our family to see them grow over the the past few months. It took a while, but the three hens are now each producing one egg per day. We are collecting enough that I’ve had … Continue reading Egg Malai Curry
Shrimp and freshwater prawns are two of my favorite things to eat. I could eat these pretty much everyday if available. One might think that shrimp and prawns are the same thing but they’re not. Check out this link to see the difference.
I am a big fan of cauliflower. I grew up eating this vegetable in Bangladesh where it is grown locally and eaten when in season in the fall. During the cauliflower season my mother would make sautéed cauliflower with a bit of turmeric. Cauliflower was also commonly used in fish curry. Cauliflower may seem like … Continue reading Cauliflower Cakes
My garden is still going strong even in October. I have been harvesting vegetables like beans, eggplant, okra, and tomatoes. I eat more veggies than anyone else in my family as others are a bit picky. I am always trying new ways to cook veggies for my family. One dish I thought they would like … Continue reading Sambar (Lentil and Vegetable Stew)
For the past few weeks I have been harvesting quite a bit of zucchini from our garden. Let me tell you it was a battle to grow these zucchini! First we were fighting off deer. We put up a fence. Then came rabbits. We had to add a layer of chicken wiring to keep those … Continue reading Chicken Tagine
Keema is a ground meat curry made with Indian spices, potatoes, peas, and tomatoes. Although I didn’t grow up having keema curry, I have come to love it as an adult. Traditionally this curry is made with lamb. I have tried making keema curry with lamb as well as chicken and beef. My favorite is … Continue reading Beef Keema