- Saute onions in coconut oil until slightly browned. Add potatoes and carrots and a little water and cover. Once potatoes are cooked through, add peas, corn, Cape Malay curry powder to taste, sugar and salt.
- Lay out the won ton wrappers and add a little filling to each. Lightly wet 2 sides of the won ton wrappers with water, then fold over the wrapper to form a triangle pinching the edges together to seal.
- Heat coconut oil and deep fry until golden.
When I saw this recipe for Sweet Korean Lentils on Sweet Korean Lentils I was intrigued, but I wasn’t sure lentils would work in this kind of dish. I was so happy because they totally worked! They are sweet, soy saucy, just lightly … Continue reading
I completely thought I had blogged this recipe for cauliflower kurma before, but this morning I was looking for it on my blog and it wasn’t there! Thank goodness I found the recipe and can blog it now since it … Continue reading
Look at the height on these popovers! They were so delicate and puffy! Serve with butter, jam, lemon curd, or eat them plain! I mixed up these two recipes (here and here) and the combination worked perfectly. 1 cup whole milk 2 … Continue reading
Another great recipe by Veg Recipes of India, these baby potatoes are super yummy and skip the onion giving them a totally different flavor. We had these with green beans w/ panch phoran which I will post soon. 8-10 baby … Continue reading
This tofu curry I found on LA Fuji Mama is from Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. It isn’t Indian or Thai or really any specific cuisine. It is just coconut milk flavored with curry powder, green onions and cilantro. Simple, nice and … Continue reading
This is a damn good bloody mary mix. It MUST sit overnight. Then in the morning, stir with vodka and top with lemons or limes, olives stuffed with garlic, celery, artichoke hearts and anything else you can think of. Recipe courtesy … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about blogging what I cook is that I can always go back and figure out how to make it again! An eternal record to some of my favorite things to eat. Also, if we’re having people … Continue reading
This recipe has been sitting waiting to be posted! We just got back from Chile where Peruvian food is really popular so I thought it was a perfect time to post 🙂 ______________________________________________________________ A very popular dish in Peru … Continue reading
Preserved lemons have been sitting up there in the cupboard just waiting for me to use them. Finally I used them in this yummy Moroccan squash and chickpea stew recipe that I found on my favorite blog Smitten Kitchen. While the … Continue reading