Garam Masala is one of the most important Indian spice blends and is absolutely indispensable. It is vital to have a good quality one rather than shop bought varieties which often contain turmeric as a filler ingredients. It is much better to make your own so you know exactly what has gone into it and you can tailor it to suit. Warming, packed with flavor, and absolutely delicious in so many different recipes including Vicky's garam masala scrambled eggs.
2. Classic French Fish Soup with Croutons and Garlic Mayonnaise
If you’ve got vegetables in the refrigerator and fish stock on hand, you can make an amazingly flavorful base for the mixed fish soup in this Grokker Premium video. For this installment of the Seafood Secrets series, Chef Valentine Warner will show you his tips and tricks for balancing the flavors of a variety of herbs, fish, and prawns. To top it off, this soup is complemented with homemade croutons and a rouille-style garlicmayonnaise.
3. Indian Chicken Pilau by Asma Khan
Welcome to the Final of the Food Blogger Challenge. Asma Khan's rice dish is made with cinnamon, chicken stock, and a Greek yogurt reduction for a main course that is full of subtle and savory flavors. If you like Asma's cooking in this Grokker Premium Video, Love her video below, and make sure to come back to check out the rest of the series.
4. Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast
You've got to try this recipe for an amazing flavor-packed turkey that is perfect for a holiday family meal! Author and Food Blogger Whitney Bond shares her family recipe for a turkey breast that includes a 3-part flavor process that starts with a brine, then a spice rub and finally a sweet cranberry glaze. Watch all of Whitney's holiday Grokker Premium videos for more delicious recipes.
5. Chicken Chaap by Asma Khan (FBC)
In Round 1 of the Food Blogger Challenge, Asma Khan shows us how to cook a traditional Indian wedding dish, chicken chaap. Her original garam masala uses the exotic and warm flavors of nutmeg, cardamom, and cloves to complement the rich flavor of the yogurt and sweet caramelised onions. Join Loyd Grossman in this Grokker Premium Video as he tries Asma's original dish, in the first round of Grokker's Food Blogger Challenge. Remember to love this video below, if you would like to see Asma in the next round.
6. Orange Glazed Ham
Have you ever tried to boil a ham at home? This recipe takes little effort to prepare and tastes delicious. It is so easy to make and you can use leftovers for ham sandwiches and other recipes in the week.
7. Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Turkey
This recipe calls for many ingredients and some planning, but the finished turkey’s rich, smoky flavor and juicy meat is more than worth it. First, the turkey is brined in a cider-spice brine to season it inside and out. Then, it gets rubbed with butter, honey, and a barbecue spice rub. Next, it's wrapped in bacon and smoked on the grill. As the bird finishes cooking, it gets spritzed with apple juice to beautifully burnish the skin and keep the meat moist and flavorful.
8. Chicken Lasagne
Turn leftover roast chicken into Stacie Stewart family favorite lasagne dish.
9. Vegetable Rice Pilaf
This Indian rice dish is packed with aromatic spices. Black mustard seeds, cumin, cardamon, cinnamon, bay leaf, garam masala, and whole cloves combine to evoke the essence of India. Culinary Traveler Ryan Isaak is here to guide you in this Grokker Premium video.
10. Braised Beef Short Ribs "Sauerbraten"
This braised beef short ribs is a German recipe that has a 24-hour marinade that ensures the succulent rib meat has a signature tanginess, and adding some German cookies not only gave the sauce a beautiful texture, but also added a great spicy sweetness.