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. Quinoa Fried Rice
This nutty, healthy, and protein rich Quinoa Fried Rice will have you subbing your regular rice every meal!
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.
5. Homemade Shepherd's Pie
A classic Great British dish that is golden, crispy, and full of vegetables and ground beef.
6. 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!
7. Chinese Vegetarian Dumplings for Meat Lovers
From wrapper selection and folding technique, to ensure your filling remains intact though the entire cooking process, Chef Alex will demonstrate the complete making of these simple yet delectable vegetable dumplings and their accompanying sauce. With the aromatic combination of garlic, ginger, soy, sesame oil and a few secret ingredients, these dumplings will both impress and delight. In this Grokker Premium video Chef Alex Ong of San Francisco's Betelnut Restaurant showcases a vegetable dumpling that even your most ardent meat eater will love.