A no frills Tomato Soup or Shorba as often called in India. It’s one you will find on the menu of any restaurant that features a ‘soup’ section. Very common and distinctly Indian from its use of spices.
A deliciously creamy and nutty Chettinad style Egg Kurma
An easy to make, delicious Thai style fried rice with duck and eggs.
Delicious Taiwanese style pipis; perfect at anytime of the year but exceptionally sensational on a warm afternoon with a couple of chilled beers.
Latasha’s Kitchen has such an incredible range of products – simmer sauces, Indian curry pastes, South East Asian curry concentrates, relishes, chutneys, oil and vinegar dressings, spice mixes, FODMAP simmer sauce etc…..
Tabbouleh is a celebration of green herbs, especially parsley that is often relegated as a garnish to most dishes. But in a tabbouleh, the flat leafed parsley takes left, right and centre stage.
Getting back to blogging after more than a month of being stuck in a creative rut.
These coconut cookies are crispy with delicious caramel and nutty undertones. The mix of brown and raw sugar brings on the warm caramel flavours.
This pork mince curry is a take on the classic Kheema masala, which is usually made with lamb mince.
Pork is a much leaner meat when compared to lamb; so it requires less cooking time to keep it moist and tender. A pretty straightforward and simple recipe that’s easily achievable by even a curry novice.
Easily available ingredients, so add it to your weekend shopping list and enjoy the delicious experience of this Penne in creamy Tomato Vodka Sauce.