Sure, I love cooking a wide variety of tasty and healthy recipes, but some of my favorite go-to recipes are my simple curry recipes. Even before I started cooking for myself I would grind up spices in a coffee mill to make my own curry powder. In my spice cabinet, it always seems like I'm running out of turmeric. What can I say? My love affair with curry recipes is too deep.
However, my impression of English cuisine bumped up a couple of notches this weekend after visiting The Whip Tavern in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. The Whip takes all of the good dishes England has to offer, cooks them up properly, and offers them in a traditional pub setting. During the meal, I could swear that I was actually back in the UK, enjoying a bite down the street from my flat.
Try a lamb shanks in the slow cooker bone with lots of veggies in it especially potatoes. You could use almost any veggies in it including spinach, carrots, turnips, pumpkin, etc. A good way to go is to blend the veggies together with the potato providing the thickening. Another alternative is to add some alphabet noodles cut into animal shapes. The kids get so engrossed in the interesting animals they hardly notice they have eaten the soup.
Many restaurants have one curry cooking process. They will often boil the meat in quantity and keep it frozen so that when they have an order for lamb curry they will take the meat from the freezer and put it in the pan, add the ingredients and cook for ten minutes till it is done. This is still a curry, and it will have the same taste at all times.
To sweeten the meal, you could opt for Dadar. It is a pancake with sweet coconut shavings. But the ideal way to end the meal would be to try the Teh Larik, which is the Malaysian pulled tea and is served with milk and coconut cream on top. The taste lingers long after it is downed. There is even the special variety of crispy sweetened bread served with vanilla ice-cream and chocolate sauce for Rs. 120. It makes for a wonderful end to the meal.
Al Fanar its rotating curried lamb table and great view from inside provide clam evening. Full cooked French Breads and Pastries, to Salmon Terrines and local delicacies give you great breakfast and good starting of mind. It is located at Le Royal Mridien hotel, Dubai along with +971 2 674 2020 and timing of 12.30pm - 3 pm.
Read through the ingredients. Perusing the critical components on the diet label of your canine meals can be a very good indication on how wholesome the food will be for your dog. What does it consist of? The top ingredient listed on the label need to be protein. The supply of protein is very best if it comes from salmon, chicken, curry mutton or venison. Carbohydrates are also significant for your dog as it will provide him with vitality. Brown rice is outlined as a excellent resource of carbohydrates for your canine.
The Green Temple is the place in Redondo Beach for a great vegetarian experience. Think casual and family friendly. They are open Sun: 9am-12pm (breakfast), 12pm-4pm, 5pm-9pm,Tue-Thu: 11am-4pm, 5pm-9pm and Fri-Sat: 11am-4pm, 5pm-10pm. The menu has choices like White Lasagna for $14.00, Broccoli Pine Nut Casserole for $14.00 and Tofu Steamers for $14.00. The dishes also come in junior sizes.