This soup is full of delicious veggies, sour lime juice, creamy coconut milk, crunchy bean sprouts and you can make it as spicy as you like it with thai chiles! It has a lot of ingredients, but its actually super easy to put together!
Korma is one of my FAVORITE things to get when I go out for Indian food. Its a little spicy, saucy, and so delicious. I've made a new version with a few substitutes that makes this a super tasty dinner on those cold winter nights!
You can easily make this curry on your stove top in an hour, or in a crockpot over four hours. Its a warm and hearty curry full of flavor and spices and can be served over rice or quinoa or you can just eat it on its own!
There's something about the flavors of Thai Yellow Curry that I just love - the creaminess of the coconut milk, the spices that warm you from the inside out, and the slow cooked veggies make me just happy. Forget takeout - here's how you make Thai Yellow Curry at home and just wait until you see how easy it is!
Curried noodles and veggies? Yes please! Yet another Fast Food Friday recipe you can make in under 30 minutes! Healthy, delicious, and super satisfying, you'll be happy you skipped take out and made it yourself!
This is a super easy curry to make on a weeknight with the help of your Vitamix, blender, or food processor. You can substitute any vegetables you have on hand for this recipe. Sweet, sour, and spicy, this is a perfect chilly day meal.
Awhile ago I had Baingan Bharta at my local Indian restaurant. It was AMAZING! The dish I had was more blended together, so I decided to keep it chunky and add additional veggies to it. Its a great way to use up a lot of eggplant you may have in your garden!
I love curry. I LOOOOOOOVE curry. Its a little sweet, its a little spicy, its creamy, its warming, its like tucking under a cozy blanket and snuggling in. Curry comes in many forms and this is my super simple, super easy cauliflower curry recipe. Get out your crockpot and get ready to set it and forget it!
Changing it up from all my rice based curries, this noodle curry is sweet and spicy and can be varied based on whatever curry paste you decide to use. I used a green curry and spiced it up with sriracha, tamari, and hoisin sauce.
There's something about slow cooked chickpeas, potatoes, and sauce that really makes this a sweet and spicy comforting dish. I cooked it in the slow-cooker, but you could also make this on the stove in under an hour. The goal is to make sure all the veggies are cooked through.