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9 Dinner Recipes with Ginger

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
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1. Thariwala Chicken
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This is a classic Punjabi-style chicken dish cooked on the bone and served with a garlic, tomato, and aromatic spice sauce. Join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video, as she introduces you to her favourite family recipes, to really get you cooking like Mummyji.
2. Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast
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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.
3. Ginger Fried Rice
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Mark Bittman recreates the chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's fried rice, topped with crisp ginger and a fried egg.
4. Spicy Lamb, Pear, and Prune Tajine
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This is a very rich, fruity stew, cooked in a traditional Moroccan Tajine (or Tagine), and served with couscous and a fresh cucumber raita. Chef Sam Bond of London will guide you through various spices and show you how to make a delicious North African inspired meal with these easy recipes in this Grokker Premium video.
5. Moroccan Lamb Tajine with Turnips
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How to make a unique Moroccan dish with lamb shoulder, turnips, and chickpeas for the Eid. The turnip holds all the flavors of the meat and spices, and has a buttery texture that simply melts in your mouth. This is a great dish to try if you have never used turnip before!
6. Tajine of Beef and Cardoon (Kharchouf)
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In English it is called 'Cardoon', in French 'Cardon, in Italian 'Cardone', and in Moroccan 'Kharchouf', I am talking about a very popular vegetable in Morocco and the Mediterranean region, that is not so well-known in the U.S. Cardoon looks like a giant Celery but it tastes very different. It has a deep earthy flavor that goes well with meat.
7. Tajine of Beef with Green Peas and Artichokes
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First, happy new year to all of you! Thank you for your continuous support, it means the world to me... For our first 2011 video, we are making a staple dish of Moroccan cuisine: Tajine of Beef with Green Peas and Artichokes. Easy, nutritious, and delicious - full flavors to make your friends and family ask for more!
8. Indian Meatloaf - Dum Kebab
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Looking for an easy, no-frills recipe that is simply delicious? Try this Dum Kebab recipe, our version of Indian meatloaf. The beauty of this versatile recipe — mix all the ingredients and bake! Cut it into small pieces and serve with a toothpick for a no-fuss, make ahead appetizer. Cut it into larger pieces and use it as a stuffing in pita bread for a filling lunch. So many possibilities!
9. Indian Seitan Stirfry
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As we explore different ways to enjoy Seitan (Vital Wheat Gluten), this Seitan Stirfry recipe is another one to add to the list. Seitan, commonly known as “veggie meat” can be prepared in bulk and kept refrigerated or frozen. Use it as a great meat replacer or to add protein to your vegetarian diet.
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