Recipe #82: Maple Curry Chicken

I knew this chicken recipe was going to be a good one because that marinade was so tasty. There was such a nice balance of sweet and spicy with the curry powder, and itΒ  so good. Plus, the actual marinade took about 5 minutes to make, so nothing is easier than that. I just let…

Recipe #75: Thai Red Curry Chicken

I love thai curry. There’s this thai restaurant I always go to and they have this amazing spicy thai red curry noodle soup with coconut milk and it’s so good. But I digress. Back to this curry chicken. The curry paste, along with the coconut milk, made a really nice sauce that coated the chicken…

Recipe #67: Roasted Carrot Soup

There are lots of soups coming up which is just perfect for the cold winter months. This carrot soup was delish. It was so warm and comforting. I roasted all the veggies (carrot, sweet potato, onion) the night before so that they’d be ready to go the next day. Once that was done, the soup…

Recipe #42: Curried Coconut Rice

If you saw yesterday’s post (Recipe #41), you know I actually made this rice to go with that chicken. Like it said in that post, these recipes went really well together. This rice had a nice coconut flavour and was super creamy, so it was tasty on its own, but it was also delicious with…

Recipe #41: Indian Coconut Curry Chicken Thighs

I love curry. Tonight was a very flavourful dinner. I made this coconut curry chicken and curried coconut rice to go with it (I’ll be talking about that rice in my next post – #42 – will be up tomorrow!). But I’ll just say that this was a super awesome meal and these recipes went…

Recipe #11: Cauliflower, Chickpea and Sweet Potato Curry

I was really looking forward to this recipe because I love curries but to be honest, I was kinda let down. There were so many spices and yummy vegetables that went into the pot, but when eating it, I still felt like it was missing something. Adding a sprinkle of salt to my bowl of…

London: Indian Street Food

I know you might be thinking to yourself: “london is the place to go for fish and chips so why did you not post about fish and chips??”, and to that, I say that I did have fish and chips there (which were delicious!!) but I didn’t want to have 2 posts about the same…

Chicken Curry and Aloo Gobi

I didn’t really create the recipes for these things but I wanted to share because they were delicious. The chicken curry was from onceuponachef.com. I followed exactly as the recipe said but didn’t put the yogurt or cilantro at the end. The aloo gobi was from the instant pot website. For this recipe, the only…

Curried Carrot and Chickpea Salad

I love salads. I’m sure I’ve said that before, but this salad was better than I thought it would be. My dilemma is usually trying to figure out what kind of dressing to put on my ingredients – what actually goes in the salad is easy for me. This time, I had some shredded carrot…

Indian Turkey Curry

So this was a very impromptu meal. It started off as cooked turkey breastfeeding that was a little bit dry. Instead of eating it as is, I turned it into an indian curry.  I started off by sautΓ©ing onions, carrots and peppers in a big pot. Then I added a few cups of chicken stock…