1. Warming Keema Minced Lamb with Garam Masala & Cinnamon
This keema minced lamb is absolutely perfect for the cold winter months to warm you up with its lightly spiced and complex flavors. Traditionally the peas are added to give the dish a wonderful sweetness, but you can make it plain or add what you prefer, such as diced peppers, sweetcorn or mushrooms. Fresh, hot, and quick, it is an easy supper and the leftovers are also great on top of a steaming, buttery, baked potato. Join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video, as she introduces you to her favorite family recipes, to really get you cooking like Mummyji.
2. Pea and Courgette Soup with Harissa
Welcome to James Ramsden's Pescatarian Do-Ahead Dinner. On the menu tonight for starters is a delicious and nutricious pea and courgette soup, which uses thick yogurt to make it creamy and harissa to provide the perfect little burst of heat. In true do-ahead style, the soup can be made and stored in the fridge until needed, and is even wonderful served chilled. Watch James Ramsden in this Grokker Premium Video, create wonderful, easy dishes that can be prepped in advance to keep you out of the kitchen and ready to entertain when your guests arrive.
Beef stew may be easy to make, but having it come out flavorful is a whole other story. Lisa Lavery of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows you how to build the flavor as you cook in this episode of The Easiest Way, using our Easy Beef Stew recipe as a guide.
5. Chinese Chicken Fried Rice with Tomato Chutney
Fried rice with a twist! Our Expert Linda Lau Anusasananan shows how to make a fusion dish of Chinese fried rice with a fresh Indian chutney from the multicultural island of Mauritius. With leftover rice, see how easy it is to make this one-pan supper in this Grokker Premium video. The recipe comes from her book, The Hakka Cookbook - Chinese Soul Food from Around the World.
6. Homemade Shepherd's Pie
A classic Great British dish that is golden, crispy, and full of vegetables and ground beef.
7. Tajine of Beef with Green Peas and Artichokes
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. Vegetables Tajine Berber Style
How to make the famous vegetables tajine Berber style, like the one you would eat in the Atlas mountains. simply heavenly.
9. Indian Vegetarian Korma
Vegetable Korma is a very mild yet flavorful Mughlai dish. Korma is traditionally meat or vegetables cooked with onions in a creamy yogurt sauce. Try this recipe for a healthy version of the well known favorite.