Mushroom Dahl

Mushrooms are full of the good stuff in food that keeps you healthy, lots of vitamins and minerals along with fibre and protein. Add that to all the benefits you get from lentils (especially as a vegetarian or vegan) and you've got a bowl of super goodness in this mushroom dhal. Not to mention it's … Continue reading Mushroom Dahl

Vegetable Vindaloo

You can thank my husband for this one. I always pester him to give me new ideas of things he'd like for dinner and this is the latest. Until I started researching, I had no idea vindaloo is originally a variation of a Portugese dish (carne de vinha d'alos meaning meat marinated in wine vinegar … Continue reading Vegetable Vindaloo

Creamy Vegetable Masala

Cayman has an Indian supermarket...YESSSSSSS! It's small, but cheaper than the big supermarkets and has so much more choice. I used love a trip to MA Brothers in Newcastle to stock up on good quality basmati, spices and all the different dahls and flours. It makes me a happy housewife that I can get some … Continue reading Creamy Vegetable Masala

Spicy Vegetable Korma

A mild creamy korma has never appealed to me when ordering or making a curry. When I crave a curry, I want spice and heat and full flavour. I do however, like the creaminess a korma delivers. So I thought, why not have both. I researched korma recipes and different spice combinations and this is … Continue reading Spicy Vegetable Korma

Aloo Gobi // Recipe

It's one of our favourite foods, but we didn't eat any Indian food for over five months when we arrived in Cayman. Five months! In February we finally took ourselves along to Sunset House and those first few mouthfuls of hot and spicy curry were a taste sensation. Oh curry, how I'd missed you. My … Continue reading Aloo Gobi // Recipe