Soy Chorizo PastaIf you have not had the soy chorizo from Trader Joe's you are missing out! I tried this about a few months ago for the first time and fell in love! This pasta dish with the soy chorizo and broccoli is the perfect mix of salty, creamy, and smoky! Best part, it's ready in 30 minutes using just one pot!Shredded Salsa ChickenAnother meal under 30 minutes and this time in my beloved Instant Pot! This recipe could not be easier. With just a few ingredients, it will be ready in no time! I love to meal prep with this recipe just because I am able to make so much of it and use it in different ways!Japanese CurryWho doesn't love meals that taste amazing but only takes 30 minutes to cook?! This Japanese curry with ground turkey tastes exactly like the ones you order at the restaurant with the added pleasure of having cooked it yourself. Please give this quick one-pot meal a try and let me know what you think!Saltine Toffee BrittleHappy Valentine's Day! As you already know, I love giving favors away for all occasions. This saltine toffee brittle could not be easier to make and honestly can be decorated for any occasion! This is definitely one of those indulgences so I wouldn't recommend having this on the daily, but once a year won't do you any harm!Aloo Chorchuri and Deem BhaziThis breakfast takes me back to summers spent in Bangladesh when I was little! I used to have paratha with all kinds of dishes, but my favorite was aloo chorchuri (potato sabzi) and deem bhazi (desi omelet)! Not for everyday, but definitely a treat when I do make this!Bengali Shrimp Curry / Chingri Macher JholThis Chingri Macher Jhol or Bengali Shrimp Curry is so typical in a Bengali household and I know it was on a rotation for dinner growing up. There are so many variations of it but I find this one to be the simplest and most satisfying! It's so delicious so please give this Bengali dish a try if you haven't already!Samosa PuffsWho here loves samosas?! I absolutely love a piping hot samosa with some sweet chili sauce or tamarind chutney. However, what I don’t like is the unhealthiness from all the deep frying. These samosa puffs are baked in the oven, but with all the same goodness that you get from a regular samosa. Give these a shot and let me know what you think!Butternut Squash and Green Bean CurryI wanted to start making and reviewing certain recipes from recipe books that I own. This one is from a the "I Love Trader Joe's Party Cookbook" that I received as a gift since I do love my Trader Joe's! This recipe was good, but lacked flavor that is often associated with Desi cuisine. I would make it again, but would definitely add more spices!Skinny Butter PaneerWho loves butter chicken?! I know I do, but I also equally love butter paneer! Coming from a Bengali household, butter paneer was not something I had often, but once I discovered it, I was in love. With this lightened version (that has no butter or cream) you will be able to have it often!