- Thaaank YOU to whoever sent me a box of gourmet love this week! Tonight I get to pop a bottle of booze free champagne to celebrate border crossing approval for a group of 25 women's human rights defenders escaping the Taliban. #FuckYeahThank heavens for @amy.l.blain who included a #saltedchocolate #rye #cookie in my box of @threemillsbakery goody delivery today, or I'd have gone from 10 till 9 with nothing at all to eat! @tilbarealdairy #glassofmilk #milkandcookiesI ate! ... I cooked, and I ate! #HainaneseChickenRice, SusanStyle: cooked in the #slowcooker served with loads of #fresh #greensauce, #sesameoil and #sweetsoysauce. I'm feeling good for the #micronutrients from all that #ginger #garlic #onion #coriander, I haven't had any 9f those for a very long time.
Tag Archives: Indian food
I’ve been wanting to make these since I made onion pakoras. I loved the onion ones, but thought cauliflower would work beautifully too. They certainly didn’t disappoint. I upped the spices in this recipe which meant the pakoras were delicious, … Continue reading
I made this biryani to serve with slow-cooker Rogan Josh. I would normally serve Rogan Josh alongside other curries but couldn’t muster the energy, so I fancied up some rice with deeper flavours than are in the Rogan Josh. I … Continue reading
I love this dish. I use hogget instead of lamb, for extra flavour. Cooking it in slow-cooker cooks the meat to melting tenderness with wonderful spice infusion. The dish is finished with yoghurt and saffron. Oh my. Serves 6 2 … Continue reading
I first posted about chai my way in March 2012. I have since had requests for the exact recipe of my masala chai blend. Though I usually mix it based on smell, rather than any set measure, I’ve finally got … Continue reading
A friend of ours gave me a beautiful pumpkin a while back. It was beautiful and I was very glad to have it. I cracked it open tonight to make a pumpkin curry that would go well with Rogan Josh. … Continue reading
I made a little Indian dinner tonight. I thought it would be fun to make some onion pakora to serve as a starter. They were super duper simple, hugely tasty and perfectly crisp. Makes about 12 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder … Continue reading