Potato & Spinach Curry - This dish uses yogurt in a classic Indian vegetarian way. Instead of adding it at the end of cooking, it is sautéed with the spices and vegetables until all the water has gone and only deliciously spicy curds are left. Liquid is then added back, in this recipe from tomatoes and stock, to give you a light, creamy sauce that won’t separate if it boils again.
Thai Style Sweet Potato Curry - This quick and easy curry is quite different from the usual fall squash dishes. Cooking the spices and aromatics first flavors the oil, which then infuses the whole dish. Smashing and tying the lemongrass stalk bruises it, releasing its distinctive flavor into the curry.
Khmer Cuisine (Cambodia). 'Everyone has tried Thai and Vietnamese specialities before they hit the region, but Khmer cuisine remains under the culinary radar. Amok (baked fish with lemongrass, chilli and coconut) is the national dish, but sumptuous seafood and fresh-fish dishes are plentiful, including Kep crab infused with Kampot pepper.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/cambodia
Spinach Lasagna - This lasagna is easy to make, light to eat, and totally yummy. And it’s good for you. It’s also another great reason to always make extra of our Quick Tomato Sauce for the freezer. Quick as this sauce is to throw together, if you have some on hand, you can put real homemade lasagna on the table in 45 minutes from the moment you thought of it to dishing it up. Great if you have a hungry family to feed. Another shortcut would be to use either prewashed or frozen whole leaf…
Squash Coconut Curry Noodles - All the spices and flavors come together perfectly in this delicious noodle dish. The prep for this meal looks more difficult than it actually is because of all the ingredients, but once all the veggies are prepped it comes together very quickly. Check Ann’s Tip for some delicious protein additions.