Pumpkin, an essential ingredient in South Indian cuisine, takes center stage in our Madras Pumpkin Curry. This flavorful dish not only celebrates the culinary heritage of South India but also offers a delightful way to use up leftover pumpkins, blending their hearty goodness with the bold flavors of Madras curry.
Brown lentils are packed with protein and are warm for your body. This recipe uses brown lentils as the base along with black beans and winter vegetables. Adding our Masala (homestyle curry sauce) takes care of a long list of spices that you would have to add, otherwise. Enjoy!
This is an Ethiopian-inspired chickpea stew for the fall/winter season. It does take some planning, but I have seen that soaking raw red kidney beans and cooking them over three hours results in a better stew than using canned beans. I am offering a substitute for the Berbere spice, which is a quintessential spice in this recipe. You can find this spice at your local Ethiopian store or on Spice and Tea Exchange.
When you crave a nice spicy warm soup and do not want to go through the hassle of making curry, my Cauliflower and Potato Curry Soup does the trick! This is one of my special recipes, it is an Indianish recipe and is vegan. Cauliflower and Potato curry is quite common in India. In Hindu temples, when they serve food, you will find a thin curry to be had with roti bread that is made with these vegetables. You can use as little or as much water you want to make this soup style or a thicker drier curry. Based on your preference, you can switch the vegetables, if you want to make it sweeter, try substituting cauliflower with carrots...