January 2011

Spicy Bengali Fish Curry

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by Sara Hafiz on January 31, 2011

My friend Lani has been generous agian for teaching me such a flavorful & tasty Bengali fish curry. I found this recipe to be very simple to make yet the results are mouthwatering! Below is her version of the recipe and its origin. Thank you Lani for your contribution! As much as Bengalis, originally from [...]

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Homemade Paneer Grilled Kabobs in Spicy & Tangy Moroccan Chermoula Sauce served with Easy and Quick Homemade Naan We have started a tradition in our family that we will celebrate the start of a new week with a grand Meatless Mondays feast. Everyone in my household usually has the Mondays Blues. Since I can’t  change [...]

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This salad was inspired by my recent visit to an ancient town in Turkey called Kusadasi! A gorgeous seaside resort on the Aegean Sea located near the historical city of Ephesus. Rich fields of olive trees, grape vines, fig, peach, apricot & apple trees surround this scenic city. Cuisine of Kusadasi is very much influenced [...]

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Homemade potato gnocchi is extremely easy to make and you will be surprised how quickly the recipe comes together. I have had a love for gnocchi since I tasted the best gnocchi at my favorite restaurant in NYC’s Little Italy called Cafe Napoli. I remember it was a frigid day on one January evening many [...]

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I don’t know about you but dal is a comfort food to me, not to mention a healthy & tasty choice of protein. One of my new year’s resolutions are that I will consume less meat and more veggies, beans & lentils. If you think about it it’s not such a difficult task, since lentils [...]

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