Recipes with Ginger and Saffron

Drew Glover • November 1, 2017
Tandoori Salmon
1. Tandoori Salmon
Tandoori Salmon
Are you a fan of Indian food but tend to find curries quite greasy? Do you always order the same old thing at an Indian Restaurant? Have you ever considered trying fish in a curry? This dish combats all of these by offering a light and healthy curry, without the need to leave the comfort of your own home.
2. Chicken Chaap by Asma Khan (FBC)
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.
3. Tajine of Beef and Cardoon (Kharchouf)
Tajine of Beef and Cardoon (Kharchouf)
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.
4. Tajine of Beef with Green Peas and Artichokes
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!
5. Moroccan Lamb Tajine with Turnips
Moroccan Lamb Tajine with Turnips
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. Moroccan Chicken Bastilla
Moroccan Chicken Bastilla
How to make the most popular dish in Morocco: Chicken Bastilla, an amazing kind of pie with layers of egg mixture, chicken, and almonds. It's a must for every special occasion. Simply heavenly.
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