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It's a time for celebration and the quickest way to joy is through the stomach. Step it, absorb the culture and let's celebrate the Sinhala and Tamil new year together. We will learn how to make classics like Chickpea Sundal, delicious Spicy Indian Roasted Potatoes, and Paal Payasam that will leave you licking your lips and begging for even more.
Soul food is exactly what it sounds like. It's food which feeds the soul. It's food which brings people together and provides a sense of warmth. It has historically been made as a part of a community and used to bring people together. Read on, and learn how to make Gypsy Goulash, Romani Chicken Paprikash With Homemade Dumplings and more!
While you may think Scottish cuisine begins with shortbread cookies and ends with haggis, the truth is that Scotland has plenty of signature dishes to its name. Many of the region's unique dishes make use of one of nature's greatest multitasking crops: the potato; a fair few, including the iconic use of oats. Lastly, Scotland has whisky.
As all nut lovers know, pecans are more than a tasty addition to trail mix. Pecans have been a nutritious staple in the diets of people living in North America for centuries as an ingredient in recipes for both cold and hot meals and desserts. A wide variety of delicious recipes feature this delightful nut in different forms, including toasted, crushed, boiled and mashed.
This blog post includes information on the history of the soybean, which is the basis for many vegan proteins, including tofu and tempeh. They include some brief suggestions for vegan recipes, including a vegan dessert.
A healthy diet can greatly reduce your risk of developing cancer. In this blog, we explore the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and provide some delicious recipes that will be easy to incorporate into your new healthy routine.
Many people only consider potatoes, corned beef, and soda bread when they think of Irish cuisine. While these foods are common, they are only a sampling of what is served today in Irish homes and restaurants. Over centuries, Irish cuisine has evolved with foreign influences and Irish cooks continue to focus on seasonal ingredients and innovative techniques to expand their cuisine.
Wine and other spirits have been used for centuries to amp the flavor of food. Beer can be used in the same way. If you are a beer connoisseur, you are used to a cold beer being served in a frosted mug. However, beer can also be a wonderful ingredient. This quintessential drink imparts tantalizing flavors to meats, soups, and even dessert.
If you enjoy Asian food, then you will love the distinct style perfected in Korea. Cooking Korean food at home does not have to be intimidating when you understand some of the basics. After you learn about the spices and techniques that make Korean cuisine unique, you will be preparing delicacies that will impress your family and friends. Here are some useful things to know about Korean cooking.
With the popularity of veganism on the rise, many families are committing to its diet and lifestyle. Vegans take vegetarianism one step further—they do not consume or use anything to do with animals or animal by-products (such dairy, honey, or eggs). Choosing veganism for your family will not cost as much as you think. There are many inexpensive meals for a large family that are vegan.
Just a few years ago, quinoa was only known to frequent customers of health food stores. The average household in America had never heard of it—let alone pronounce it (kee-NWA). Today, you can find quinoa in just about any grocery store. Home cooks conclude that it is an ideal substitute for potatoes or rice.
When the summer heat is blazing and the swimming pool is calling your name, the last thing you want to do is be stuck with a sink full of dishes. These one dish wonders can be made in a sheet pan in the oven or in one pot on the stove. Your family gets a fast and easy meal, and you get a break with only one pan to wash. These menus will give you more time to have summer fun with your family!
One of the reasons that many of us do not do a lot of cooking is because of time shortage. Many vegetables, such as potatoes and carrots, need a while to get tender enough to eat. No wonder American cooks were fascinated with the pressure cooker. They were once found in almost every home.
Not only is homemade food more cost-effective, but it can actually be even more flavorful and healthier! Restaurants often use shortcuts that add unnecessary calories to food and affect the overall flavor. People often feel that cooking food at home is too time-consuming and challenging, when, in fact, cooking at home and fun, easy and quick! Mashed potatoes are a great example — they're actually super easy, a fantastic way to round out a meal. Did you know that potatoes aren't the only vegetable that's good for mashing? In fact, there are some other incredible, nutrient-packed veggies that make super flavorful mash. Here are some great examples that are perfect if you're on a low-carb diet and still want a delicious side dish.
Today, food is more expensive than it's ever been before. Even a routine trip to the grocery store can easily cost $100 or more, especially if you're cooking for a family! Fortunately, there are dozens of ways to spend less and still produce delicious, flavorful meals the entire family will love. Here's what you need to know.
Have you ever wondered why certain tomato sauces just taste so much better than others? Well, generally, it isn't an accident. Not only does good tomato sauce take time, but you have to balance all of the flavor profiles in just the right way. Tomato sauce is one of the few dishes that combine all five: salty, sweet, bitter, tart and umami. To build all of these flavors, the sauce will take most of the day as you craft each, one on top of the other.
We all know we should be cutting down on our fat intake, but it can be hard to find good recipe ideas for fat free foods – especially when you’re cooking on a budget! But wanting to cut the fat doesn’t mean you have to drain your bank balance too. Here are four cheap and easy tricks that you can use to transform any recipe into a low-fat feast.
With thousands of varieties, tastes and textures made from just a few basic ingredients, bread still amazes, despite its ubiquity. Every world cuisine has at least one national bread, and each entered the culinary world from scratch, just like those you can make at home. After baking your first great loaf, you might never go back to store-bought bread, and after you realize the cost effectiveness, you might not want to.
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