I love Indian food so I was eager to try this recipe for Tandoori-Style Chicken Thighs. The grilled chicken is tender and flavored with fragrant spices. Let the chicken marinate for several hours (up to 12) for best flavor. Serve with basmati rice and a cucumber salad. Grilled Tandoori-Style Chicken Thighs -recipe from Fine Cooking Magazine This • Read More »
Curried Butternut Squash SoupOctober 31, 2010 | By andrea | 1 Comment | Filed in: Indian, Recipes, Soup/Stew, Vegetable, Vegetarian.
This recipe for Curried Butternut Squash Soup is a great way to get your yellow veggies and a little spice, too. When it comes to winter squash soup, I prefer the savory types over the ones that are sweetened with apple or pear. And, since I like curry, I knew I’d probably like this Indian-inspired soup. Instead of • Read More »
Chicken Tikka MasalaMarch 12, 2010 | By andrea | 5 Comments | Filed in: Chicken, Indian, Main Dish, Recipes.
Since my folks are galavanting around London right now on holiday and enjoying the delicious Indian food that the city has to offer, I thought I’d make my own Indian food in honor of their trip. This recipe for Chicken Tikka Masala, noted as being Britain’s new national dish, is a great way to recreate this British favorite at home. Chunks of • Read More »
Mulligatawny…good soup for you!November 18, 2008 | By andrea | Comments Off on Mulligatawny…good soup for you! | Filed in: Indian, Main Dish, Soup/Stew, Turkey.
One of my favorite Seinfeld episodes is the one with the Soup Nazi. In the show, everyone is making a huge deal about how good the Soup Nazi’s soups are. In fact, Elaine’s knees actually buckle after she tastes his mulligatawny, a curry-flavored soup. Even though it had been years since seeing this famous Seinfeld • Read More »