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Turmeric Spice Paste

Vegan Friendly Pastes are easy to use in cooking because they blend easily into dishes as they simmer. Make small amounts and always stor...


All-Purpose Curry Powder

"Curry powder" is a Western term, non-existent in India where different spices are mixed together depending on the dish being cooked. Wh...

by Jane Lawson


Moroccan Ras el Hannout

I think the best way to describe this spice mixture is Moroccan curry. Ras el bannout means “head of the shop,” and there are as many var...

by Ana Sortun


Filipino Turmeric-Scented Pork Stew

Another simple homestyle dish from the northern part of the Philippines, this vinegar-based stew has an unusual, delicate flavor and a pl...

by Andrew Chase


Black Pepper Crab

Here’s a popular, easy-to-make hawker-stall favorite from Singapore: stir-fried crab encrusted with a paste made of crushed peppercorns, ...

by James Oseland

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Celebration Yellow Rice

This variation on coconut rice gets its vivid golden color from turmeric and its abundant flavor from lemongrass and kaffir lime, daun pa...

by James Oseland


Yellow Rice

Rice colored yellow with turmeric is served everywhere rice is served. The simplest way is just to add a little turmeric to the cooking w...

by Andreas Viestad


Pan-Roasted Potatoes and Onion with Turmeric

I have a very discerning palate and am apt to be overly critical of my culinary creations. Nevertheless, every once in a while, I have t...

by Raghavan Iyer


Stewed Garbanzo Beans and Potatoes in Indian Spices

Soak the dried garbanzo beans overnight in cold water with a little baking soda before cooking, or just cook them for a longer time, wh...

by Anna Thomas


Vegetable Curry

In Indian cooking, cardamom, cloves, coriander, and cumin seeds are all considered "warming spices" that heat the body from within, makin...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


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