Make this easy curry dish in the crockpot for a simple and comforting weeknight meal. Are you feeling fall in your part of the country yet? While we’ve still had pretty warm days here in Nashville, I’m embracing the cooler mornings and evenings, and all the pumpkin-flavored things! I’m also embracing meal prepping on the weekends with goods from my Green Bean Delivery bin so
Have I mentioned my love for curry powder? Well if you missed any of the other curry-ful recipes, I have a new one to share today. Maybe I should change the name of my blog to Karman’s Curry Crush? Definitely something to consider…. You see, I don’t believe curry powder should be limited to certain ethnic dishes or cuisines, but rather used in new and exciting
You don’t have to say goodbye to your favorite summer fruits and veggies just yet. Savor the flavors of seasonal fruits and veggies by dehydrating them, and enjoy for months to come. This month’s Recipe Redux theme is “Getting Your Dehydrator On”. Don’t own a dehydrator? That’s ok! I currently don’t own a dehydrator (but I’ve had my eye on this one by Nesco), so
March is flying by. The Recipe Redux team is playing with patties this month to create stacks, on stacks….on stacks. Veggie stacks, potato patties, towering tuna burgers, chickpea cakes. You get the idea. It’s PATTY time. These little guys were fun to make and don’t require too much time. The butternut squash is roasted with curry powder prior to being added to the cakes to
Break out the crock-pot and warm up with this simple recipe for Crock-Pot Beef Curry. Cooler weather= crock-pot meals in this house. This month’s Recipe Redux theme was right up my alley with a focus on crock-pot creations; a collection of ideas for dinner, dessert, and even breakfast. Recently, I’ve been challenging myself to cook cuts of meat I typically wouldn’t purchase at the grocery.
The Magical Wonders of Curry! I’ve been trying to expand my knowledge of cooking different cuisines at home and have become quite fond of Indian food recently, especially curries. What’s so great about curry? I’m glad you asked. 3 Reasons I Love Curry: 1) The aroma while cooking—so alluring, it makes my mouth water. 2) It is usually implies that the dish will have some heat