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Balinese Coconut Chicken CurryBalinese cooking I found while in Ubud, Bali was very similar to Thai cooking in that you have to create a paste for the curry. However, the slight variations make this curry unique in it's own way. I absolutely loved this Be Siap Mesanten Kare Ayam aka Coconut Chicken Curry! The flavors are so bold and unique that I promise it won't disappoint!
Desi Vegetable CurryThis Desi Vegetable Curry is bursting with flavor. The cumin seeds or jeera that you fry right in the beginning is absolute key to this recipe. You can taste the flavor all the way through! I love making a big batch of this curry at events because it's so easy and such a crowd-pleaser! Try it out yourself, you won't regret it!
4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Date CookiesI absolutely love having dates during Ramadan so I knew I wanted to create a favor idea to give away at my Eid gathering that featured dates. These 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Date Cookies are so simple and perfect when you are looking for a healthy treat. They are simple and protein packed with a great flavor combo making it okay to have more than one!
Panang CurryI learned how to make an authentic Panang Curry in Thailand at the Asia Scenic cooking school and it was the highlight of my trip! To be able to learn how to make the curry paste from scratch is something that I have always wanted to do. This is the best Panang Curry that I have ever made and it's definitely because of the homemade Panang Curry paste! You must give this curry a try!
Piaju / Masoor Daal FrittersPiajus are my biggest guilty pleasure food item to eat at iftar! I love them so much that I only allow myself to make them during the month of Ramadan. If I make them anytime else, believe me I would be in trouble! This crispy masoor daal fritter is so delicious with a crispy outer shell and a soft flavorful inside! I dare you to make these piajus and just eat one!
Boot / Kala Chana CholaBoot/Kala Chana Chola was something that I wasn't really a fan of growing up, but after realizing how nostalgic it was to Ramadan, I started really appreciating the dish. Now I love it! It's one of my favorite staple iftar items. I absolutely must make it with potatoes because it really adds a nice thicker consistency to the gravy/jhol! Make it for your next iftar!
Bengali Egg Curry – Dimir JholI love curries! I love trying new curries in different countries because everyone does it so differently! This Bengali Egg Curry or Dimir Jhol is something that I grew up eating. My mom made it with a ton of the broth or jhol or sometimes she would make it very dry. Either way this recipe is so easy and delicious that you have to give it a try if you love curries as much as me!
Hummingbird CupcakeI first discovered the Hummingbird cake about 2 or 3 years ago when I was surprised with it for my birthday. Since then I have been obsessed with finding any opportunity to have them! Making this Hummingbird Cupcakes recipe makes it so that I can have a one cupcake and not feel too bad about having a sweet treat. The cream cheese frosting takes it a further notch up! This cupcake is so delicious!
Green Lentil SaladI am all about having more plant based meals, making this the perfect lunch or dinner salad. I love how simple and easy it is to make with such limited amount of ingredients. This Green Lentil Salad is so flavorful and gets better as you let it sit in the fridge! You have to try this salad out this summer!
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