Soups

Recipes with Cilantro and Turmeric

Drew Glover • April 12, 2017
Garam Masala Spice Blend by Vicky Bhogal
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1. Homemade Garam Masala Spice Blend
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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. Sizzling Vietnamese Crêpes by Uyen Luu
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Welcome to the Final of the Food Blogger Challenge. Uyen Luu's fabulous starter is a Vietnamese twist on a savoury crêpe, filled with delicious pork belly and tender prawns. Her secret to a fabulous crispy crêpe is to use rice flour and coconut milk, giving this traditional Vietnamese its unique and delicious flavor, and it's gluten free! If you like Uyen cooking in this Grokker Premium Video, Love her video below, and make sure to come back to check out the rest of the series.
3. Sweet, Sour, and Spicy Indian Soup
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Gujarati Daal (or daar) has a perfect balance of flavors — sweet, sour, spicy! Combined with plain white rice, this daal is the ultimate end to a traditional Gujarati thali. Try this yummy recipe and don’t be afraid to adjust it to your tastes!
4. Indian Vegetarian Korma
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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.
5. Vegetarian Samosa
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How to make some beautiful home-made samosa's, baked to save you calories and increase the amazing flavours! Great as an appetizer before dinner, afternoon snack or impressive dinner party. Perfect with a mint and yogurt dip.
6. Coriander Tandoori Chicken
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This delicious Tandoori Chicken recipe uses a classic, vibrant Indian marinade that can be incorporated into many other dishes! Come join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video as she introduces you to her favourite family recipes.
7. Coconut Fish Dream
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This is a totally delicious and versatile sauce, which is similar to, but simpler than a qurma (or korma) sauce (as there are no white poppy seeds or nuts) which you can use for fish, vegetables, chicken, prawns or any seafood really. It is also wonderful with crayfish, clams or lobster! Qurmas were introduced to India by the Mughal Empire, who loved adding a luxurious creaminess to their savoury sauces, and indeed, this can be made with single or double cream, but Vicky uses coconut milk because it makes it unctuous and delicious! Join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video, as she introduces you to her favourite family recipes, to really get you cooking like Mummyji.
8. Comforting and Rustic Dhal
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This dhal or lentil dish is earthy and wholesome. Even when your cooking on a budget, Indian food allows you to eat nutritiously without compromising on flavor, and this dhal is no exception. Join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video, as she introduces you to her favourite family recipes, to really get you cooking like Mummyji.
9. Sweet & Spicy Turkey Sandwich
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This recipe turns your leftover Thanksgiving turkey into an aromatic Vietnamese delicacy with sweet chili sauce, garlic, cilantro and lemongrass!
10. Indian Butter Chicken
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Fit for a king. Originating in the royal court of the 16th century Mughal Empire of Northern India, Butter Chicken is the most tender and flavorful of dishes. With deep Indian flavors of garam masala, sambhar masala, fenugreek leaves, and turmeric, this dish is rich, creamy, and perfect for a special evening. Culinary Traveler Ryan Isaak shows how easy it is to bring new flavors to your dinner table in this Grokker Premium video.
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