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  • Curry,  Recipes,  Spring,  Vegetarian

    Hokkaido Pumpkin Curry

    emointhekitchen Hokkaido pumpkin, also known as red kuri squash, scientifically known as Cucurbita maxima, is a type of winter squash that is native to Hokkaido, a northern island of Japan. Its vibrant red-orange skin and sweet, nutty flavour are what make this pumpkin variety well-known. People can prepare Hokkaido pumpkin in a variety of ways, including roasting, steaming, baking, or even using it in soups and stews. Its sweet flavour allows for its versatility as an ingredient that you can use in both savoury and sweet dishes. Due to the season of demand for pumpkins, it is often autumn. However, thanks to their long shelf life and ability to thrive…

  • Curry,  Recipes,  Thai

    Yellow curry paste

    emointhekitchen I love cooking with yellow curry paste, especially the Thai variety. It adds depth of flavour to my dishes along with other spices like lemongrass, ginger and garlic. The vibrant yellow colour of the curry paste is always a delight to see when I mix it into a curry. The flavour is a perfect balance of spicy, sweet and salty, making it a versatile ingredient. Cooking with yellow curry paste always transports me to the streets of Thailand, where the aroma of spices fills the air and tantalizes my taste buds. I love experimenting with different recipes and incorporating this delicious paste to create dishes that never fail to…

  • Curry,  Recipes,  Thai

    Aubergine curry

    emointhekitchen Aubergine curry is a flavorful and delicious dish that can be enjoyed by vegetarians and meat lovers alike. You will need: Thai green curry paste 3 cloves garlic vegetable broth chicken breast ginger coconut milk brown sugar 1 large aubergine (3 small aubergine) fish-lemongrass sauce lime basil leaves Preparation: To begin deep pan over medium heat and add a splash of oil. Once the oil is hot, add the green curry paste and minced garlic to the pan and cook for a couple of minutes, stirring occasionally. This will help to release the flavours and aromas of the curry paste. Next, add the vegetable broth to the pan and…

  • Curry,  Recipes,  Thai,  Vegetarian

    Green Curry Paste

    emointhekitchen Who doesn’t love a good Thai green curry paste? And the best part is that you can easily make your own at home! Making your own Thai green curry paste is not only fun, but it allows you to customize the flavours to your liking. Want it a bit spicier? Add an extra chilli. Do you prefer a stronger ginger taste? Increase the amount of ginger in the recipe. The possibilities are endless! Once your Thai green curry paste is ready, you can use it to make a variety of dishes. The possibilities are endless, from traditional green curries with chicken or shrimp to vegetarian options with tofu and…

  • Curry,  Recipes,  Thai,  Vegetarian

    Thai Green Curry

    emointhekitchen So what exactly is Thai Green Curry? Well, it’s a spicy, aromatic curry made from a paste packed with fresh herbs like coriander, green chillies, lemongrass, and other tasty ingredients. The components of Thai Green Curry do not have a fixed recipe. The curry is not necessarily sweeter than other Thai curries, but although the spiciness varies, it tends to be more spicy than the milder red curry. Green curry developed during the reign of King Rama VI.or Rama VII., 1908-1926. And don’t even get me started on how versatile this dish is. You can customize it to your liking. The options are endless and each variation will leave…

  • Autumn,  Curry,  Recipes,  Thai,  Vegetarian

    Thai Curry with Sesame & Vegetables

    emointhekitchen Get ready for a taste explosion with this delicious Thai curry recipe! The combination of vibrant flavours and nutritious vegetables will leave you feeling satisfied and uplifted. Don’t worry if you’re not an experienced cook – this recipe is easy to follow and will have you creating your own culinary masterpiece in no time. You will need: tofu firm soy sauce cinnamon turmeric cumin coriander powder sweet paprika 2 garlic 1 onion 1 red chilli ginger 1 carrot 500 ml vegetable broth sesame seeds 400 ml coconut milk zucchini broccoli salt cilantro 1 lime Preparation: Marinate Cut the tofu into cubes.  Combine the soy sauce, sweet paprika, cinnamon, turmeric,…

  • Autumn,  Curry,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Cauliflower curry

    emointhekitchen Cauliflower, a cruciferous plant, is grown from wild cabbage. It is part of edible flowers, has the refreshing taste of flower stems and is low in calories. It is rich in vitamins A, B, B2, and C and minerals phosphorus, calcium, sodium, etc. Winter is a good time to eat cauliflower. This cauliflower curry I dug up and shared this. If you like it, try making it and see. You will need: cauliflower olive oil chickpeas firm tofu pepper garlic ginger salt sugar  coriander powder cumin seeds curry leaves mustard seeds apple cider vinegar olive oil Madras curry powder salt scallions cashews salt Procedure: Preheat the oven to 220C.…

  • Curry,  Grains and Legumes,  India,  Recipes,  Winter

    Curry made of red lentils

    emointhekitchen This exotic recipe, full of fragrant spices, is a good example of how to prepare legumes in an interesting and tasty way. This is what one of them might look like. You can be creative and use any seasonal vegetable. I love dishes that are simple and require little work. One of them is this lentil curry, which cooks itself. Just throw all the ingredients into one pan and look forward to the result. Warm curry is an ideal dish for winter sleet. You will be happy to cook food full of flavours and aromas that are really easy to prepare. You will need: 3/4 cup red lentils 1/4…

  • Autumn,  Meat and Poultry,  Mushrooms,  Recipes

    Chicken Thai Curry

    emointhekitchen To prevent infection with the new coronavirus. Please cough etiquette and wash your hands. As with measures against colds and seasonal flu, it is very important to carry out cough etiquette and hand washing for each person. If you have a cold, please refrain from going out, and if you have to go out, please wear a mask. Please stay home so that you can beat Corona-19. There are about as many recipes for curry in Thailand as for goulash or sirloin. On the Internet, you will find a lot of videos and recipes that will be different from mine. It is simply another variant that respects the availability…