- 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.
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
Finally made good falafel, courtesy of The View from the Great Island. Before I’ve used canned chick peas which just don’t work. They become too soft and mushy! This falafel recipe uses soaked dried beans that are ground with onions, … Continue reading
I love pilaf with kabobs or falafel, yogurt sauce and green salad with tomato, onion and a lemony dressing! I think of rice pilaf as rice cooked with little noodles, but I think it actually means more just flavored rice. … Continue reading
While hiking Runyan a while back it dawned on me that I had a box of Israeli couscous in the cupboard that I could make for lunch! I get these random ingredients that take up space in the cupboard and it’s … Continue reading
I finally got some tahini from the Jewish market down the street and made my own tahini sauce. It was fantastic! I love the Tahini Sauce at Trader Joe’s, but it doesn’t last too long. Since tahini lasts a long … Continue reading
My husband liked these homemade pitas! Which is really saying something, because I am really not good at making bread. I made one good sourdough (and many bad!), I can do jowar roti, but just in general, bread is hard … Continue reading
There is this little produce store on my way home and while I was stopping in to grab some bean sprouts, I found this thick sesame covered flatbread called sangak. It looked and smelled so good that I completely revamped … Continue reading
This light cucumber dill yogurt is a perfect as a side for Egyptian ful. Also great with flat bread, pita or other middle eastern bread. 1 cup yogurt A little cold water (if the yogurt is thick) 1 small cucumber … Continue reading
First new dish since we got back from Thailand and Laos and it isn’t Thai or Lao! On our last night in Bangkok, we were craving hummus and falafel and ended up at a Middle Eastern restaurant near our hotel. … Continue reading