Mava Samosa

Mava Samosa Blogging Marathon #18 Theme - Stuffed Foods Hope you have enjoyed my Stuffed Foods this week.  Here was the lineup in case you missed it: Kajji Kayalu Vietnamese Bok Choy Wontons ...and I am ending this week's BM with another Indian recipe... Most...
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Berry Salad Filled Blueberry Popovers

Since this month's Blogging Marathon includes all the days of the weekend Cookbook Cooking Challenge, my search for a recipe was two-fold for today. It had to be an oil free breakfast and it had to be from one of my cookbook's or cooking magazines. I immediately went...
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Caribbean Curry Chicken

Caribbean curry powder has a completely different taste than Indian curry powder.  Caribbean curry powder usually has a higher concentration of sweet spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and cardamom, with a strong cumin flavor. The two most popular brands of...
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Classic Lentil Soup

One foundation of French cuisine is mirepoix. Most French soups and stews start with mirepoix. This foundation of French cuisine was brought to the countries they colonized, as this is also how most Moroccan tagines start and many other foods in North African...
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Peachy Shrimp Fried Rice

Yet another use of my farm fresh peaches... Peachy Shrimp Fried Rice (click here for printable recipe) Ingredients: 2 cups rice 3 cups water 4 peaches, skinned, pitted and sliced 1 tablespoon oil 1 large carrot, sliced 2 stalks celery, thinly sliced 2 scallions,...
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Lavender Rose Brown Sugar Cookies

You're invited...to my Christmas Day Tea Party!!! I am inviting you all to my virtual Lavender Tea Party. If you like the taste of lavender and floral aromatics, you are going to love the theme at this tea party. Get ready for a month of lots of lavender recipes, so...
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Horchata

Blogging Marathon #32 Theme: International/Fusion Horchata is a beverage consumed in Spain and throughout Latin America. I've even seen ancient references to it in Goa, India - probably brought there by the Portuguese, but no longer commonly produced there. It was...
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Basic Burger Buns

For the last bread post for this week's Tame the Yeast group, I recreated Gayathri's Burger Buns. Her original recipe was a Vegetarian friendly eggless version, but when I finally got around to making these buns last night, I realized I did not have any yogurt that...
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Nectarine Chile Chutney

While everyone else is making cranberry sauce in preparation for Thanksgiving tomorrow including myself, how about something a little different to go with your turkey? Mine is bubbling away on the stove as I write up this introduction, but if I could have found some...
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Multi-Grain Quick Bread Biscuit Muffins

This is a fiber-rich, protein-packed quick bread I created. Since some of the grains used have little or no gluten, I decided to make this bread without yeast and use baking powder, which does not require gluten to rise.  Because of this, I decided to make them...
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