After showing you how to make your own Low Fodmap Japanese Curry Roux, today I will show you how to use it in this super delicious Low Fodmap Japanese Beef Curry.
Low Fodmap Japanese Curry Roux
I love Japanese Curry!! And with this Low Fodmap Japanese Curry Roux I too can enjoy it without having to worry about my tummy!
Low Fodmap Chicken Curry
After sharing with you my Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix, today I am back with a recipe to put it to good use: Low Fodmap Chicken Curry.
Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix
I love to make my own spice mixes because I can adjust them to my likings. Today I am very happy to share with you my Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix, perfect for a very easy and homey Indian curry that is kind to your tummy.
Low Fodmap Lamb Korma
Today I will share with you my family’s favourite Indian curry recipe: Low Fodmap Lamb Korma. This mouth-watering curry has been adapted for the more sensitive tummies, yet it is still so creamy and delicious!
Recipes with Pantry, Canned and Frozen Ingredients
‘ These days, it can be hard to regularly go out for groceries. So, I have put together a collection of delicious recipes that can be made with things you are likely to already have in your kitchen. I hope you enjoy these Recipes with Pantry, Canned and Frozen Ingredients.
Another Indian recipe on MsM today! When I posted the recipe for Bhatura, a deep-fried leavened bread from the North of India, I promised I would also share the recipe for Chole Masala (also known as Chana Masala). This amazingly tasty chickpea curry is always served with Bhatura and together they make up a dish…
Today I want to share with you the recipe for a delicious North Indian bread called Bhatura. I had it for the first time in an Indian eatery here in Sydney, famous for its street food and I simply fell in love with it. It is a fluffy deep-fried leavened bread and it’s usually served…
LAMB KOFTA CURRY
I love today’s recipe. I know I say this quite often, but then… would I share something that I don’t like?? Mmmm nope! However, this is one of my favourite curries. I love meatballs as they remind me of home. My mum would often make meatballs and I think all children like them.
CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA
So, here you have it… one of the most popular Indian dishes in the world. It is so famous that it has been declared one of the UK’s national dishes! I did some digging and from what I have gathered, it is more of a restaurant-born dish than a traditional Indian dish (unlike its close…
CURRIED CARROT AND COCONUT SOUP
Today I want to share with you the recipe for a delicious, easy yet elegant soup. The other day I found myself with some left-over coconut cream. My first thought was: I am going to make coconut ice cream with it. Then I thought again… and even though I love coconut ice cream, I felt…
When I saw this recipe at Not Quite Nigella’s website I knew I HAD to make it. It looked too good not to try it! So I made it and then I made it again, and again and… you got it… again! It is now officially a recurrent dish in my house and one of…
I love Thai food. It is the first Asian cuisine I learnt to enjoy. I love everything about it: textures, flavours, spices, smells… the full package. Whenever we go out to eat Thai, curry puffs are always among the appetisers we order. I love these crunchy little parcels of fried pastry filled with all kinds…
APPAM AND AMBOTIK
Mary, who writes the delicious blog, Mary Mary Culinary was our August Daring Cooks’ host. Mary chose to show us how delicious South Indian cuisine is! She challenged us to make Appam and another South Indian/Sri Lankan dish to go with the warm flat bread. When I saw this month’s challenge I got really excited: after…
Lamb Korma is one of my husband’s favourite curries. It is a delicious, creamy and mild curry. When cooked well the lamb is so soft that it should melt in your mouth. I have been looking for years for the perfect recipe for lamb korma and, as it often happens, I found it by chance. …