Madhur Jaffrey’s Baked Beef Curry

May 14, 2012

  When I first attempted to learn how to cook Indian/Bengali food, I really sucked.  I did! For instance, I thought I could skip using oil and browning onions when making curry.  Because I knew that if I didn’t use oil then it would be healthier.  I knew the 4 basic spices that went into […]

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Wholesome eats, less treats

August 4, 2010

Just popping in for a midweek post! After some weekend indulgences, it’s time to pay the piper . . . Breakfast is my usual — I’m so glad I switched back to the light english muffins.  Now the cheese doesn’t run off the bread, but instead melts nicely into the nooks and crannies.  This is […]

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"White" chicken curry

November 26, 2008

I’ve made this recipe at least 4 times now, including once for my in-laws and once for my family, so I think this has been taste-tested enough to be worthy to post here! This is a truly simple but delicious recipe I found on the another subcontinent forums. All it calls for is onions, green […]

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The easiest chicken curry evah!

September 6, 2008

This is a recipe request from my little sister, who wanted me to do a recipe for chicken “like Mom makes.” Tall order to fill! 😀 When I’m doing one of my recipe recreations or experiments, I’m never quite sure how to name the dishes. I hate just using something generic like “chicken curry” because […]

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Back to Basics – Beef Curry

January 20, 2008

Without fail, beef curry is one of those things I crave when I get homesick for my mom’s cooking. A lot of it is because it is comfort food for me, but some of it is also because I still haven’t quite got the hang of it. If it’s not the gravy consistency, then it’s […]

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