For 2p, chop 5 cm of fresh ginger, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 spicy little pepper (or more) and 2 spring onions. Fry in a drizzle of sunflower oil. Add 2 lime leaves, zeste of 1 lime, 1 table spoon of dried coriander leaves or 3 table spoons of fresh coriander. Add some sugar, or … More Thai style today?
Cut 1 small cauliflower for 2p in little roses. Spread on baking paper. Add 1 table spoon of curry, a drizzle of sunflower oil, 4 chopped garlic cloves, ½ red onion in slices, 2 bay leaves and some salt. Mix everything together. Cover the dish and put in the oven at 180° for 40 mins. … More Roasted vegetables = intense flavor
As I explained already in a blog post before, when I cook for myself I often use cucumber and curry as ingredients. Today a dauphinoise with cucumber, potato and light curry cream. Slice 1 big peeled potato of approx 250 grams thinly. Slice 1 small cucumber thinly. Spread the slices in a small oiled oven … More Private dinner with myself
We adore squid, but this recipe can easily be done with any other fish, as long as it’s a firm fish. Cut 300 grams of courgettes, 1 big red bell pepper. Fry 1 chopped onion and 4 chopped garlic cloves in some olive oil. Bake 1 table spoon of curry powder while stirring. Add the … More Why not? Delicious and fresh squid with a curry sauce
My mother in law is a real Indian lover. When I want to impress her, I probably have to try making their version of the curry soup, or ‘mulligattiwally-soup’ as they invented themselves. When I tried to find the right recipe, the one with green apple, it became clear to me that there are a … More Mulligatawny soup for my mother in law