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image link: This easy shrimp curry is delicious all by itself topped with lots of fresh organic cilantro

Shrimp Curry In a Hurry

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  My favorite things about cur­ry?! Its warm vibrant spices will cure the dark­est of Win­ter blues, and you can whip it up in a flash, which makes it a per­fect Win­ter week­night din­ner. You can have this beau­ti­ful nutri­tious dish on the table in less than 30 min­utes. And often that’s all we have the ener­gy for when it’s already dark and drea­ry by 5pm. Make this shrimp cur­ry for a quick yet com­fort­ing meal. Want to get fes­tive?! Enjoy a nice warm cup of chai while you make it. 🙂   Shrimp Read more […]

beautiful colorful red lentils are the base of this vegan dal recipe

Pumpkin Red Lentil Dal

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Some­times you get a seri­ous crav­ing for some curry–or is that just me? We had a bag of toma­toes from the farmer’s mar­ket that weren’t going to last much longer. It was time to cook them up and trans­form them into some­thing new and tasty. And all I could think about at the moment was cur­ry, so of course that meant my Aunt’s to-die-for Toma­to Fen­nel Chut­ney recipe. I also had been mean­ing to make her Pump­kin Dal, and the two just hap­pen to go hand in hand like peanut but­ter and jel­ly! Believe me! Read more […]

Red Lentil Dal with Tomato Fennel Chutney makes a delicious balanced vegetarian or vegan meal

Tomato Fennel Chutney

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It was love at first bite with this Toma­to Fen­nel Chut­ney recipe from my love­ly Aunt Nan­cy! Since she’s a whole world away at the moment, it was about time I made it for myself with a bag of very ripe toma­toes just wait­ing for some cook­ing mag­ic. I think the best chut­neys include the robust and nut­ty fla­vor of organ­ic grass-fed but­ter, but this chut­ney can also be made with coconut oil or any of your oth­er favorite veg­an fats. This fla­vor-burst­ing chut­ney makes the per­fect condi­ment to this mouth-water­ing Read more […]

Paleo Chicken Biryani

Paleo Chicken and Vegetable Biryani

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I got anoth­er crav­ing for Indi­an food last week (what else is new?!), so I decid­ed to try some­thing new– Biryani. I’ve nev­er actu­al­ly had real Biryani since I have tried to stay away from rice, even before going Paleo, but I thought this would be a great well round­ed Paleo dish with my sta­ple, cau­li­flower rice. It turned out to be a deli­cious, spicy yet some­what sweet, cur­ry with lots of veg­gies and pro­tein. I will def­i­nite­ly play around with dif­fer­ent spice pro­files with this one for some kitchen Read more […]

Kashmiri Chicken– A delicious Indian curry!

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Being a HUGE fan of Indi­an food, I was sur­prised to see a cur­ry dish I had nev­er tried before. This Kash­miri Chick­en recipe from Penzey’s cat­a­log looked right up my alley, and it is now one of my favorite cur­ries!! I love the sweet and spicy com­bi­na­tion of the spices, and the pair­ing of greek yogurt and wine makes for a per­fect­ly bal­anced creamy sauce. I will be mak­ing this one again and again, and it’s so easy! For a dairy free ver­sion, try sub­sti­tut­ing the Greek yogurt for full fat coconut milk. Read more […]

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