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How to Make a Simple Curry "Anything" : Joe Grossberg. In the course of cooking Indian food, I've found that many dishes have a great number of similarities.

How to Make a Simple Curry "Anything" : Joe Grossberg

This is a distilled version of what they have in common. Since not every cook has every ingredient, and there's no accounting for taste, I've put an asterisk (*) next to the ingredients and steps that are required. The rest can be considered optional. Prep Time: 15 MinutesCooking Time: 15 Minutes Ingredients * 2 tbsp vegetable oil (canola works best) [1]1 tsp cumin seeds [2]* 1 medium red onion, chopped [3]* 2 cloves garlic, diced [4]* 1 inch piece of ginger, peeled and diced [5]1 or 2 green chiles, seeded and diced [6]* 1 tbsp cumin powder [7]* 1 tbsp corriander powder [8]1/2 tsp chile powder or cayenne pepper [9]* 1/2 tsp turmeric [10]* 1 can of petite-diced or crushed tomatoes [11]something else [12]2 tbsp fresh, chopped cilantro [13] Instructions Summary update Thanks for the link, Lifehacker!

Ad: Below are three of my favorite books on Indian cooking (the fourth is out of print). Nitin: mx: How To Make Creamy Ice Cream with Just One Ingredient! Yes, that's right; you heard us.

How To Make Creamy Ice Cream with Just One Ingredient!

Creamy, soft-serve style ice cream with just one ingredient — and no ice cream maker needed! What is this one magic ingredient that can be whipped into perfectly rich and silky ice cream, with no additional dairy, sweeteners, or ingredients needed whatsoever? If you guessed BANANA, congratulations! You're right! What? "That's the sort of thing you discover," she sighed, "when all your friends are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-allergic, and you're on a sugar-free diet. " It turns out that frozen bananas are good for more than just dipping in chocolate. Some bananas, depending on their ripeness, have a bit of that green aftertaste. Have you ever tried frozen-banana ice cream?

Want more detailed instructions and step-by-step photos? → Step-by-Step Instructions for One-Ingredient Ice Cream Now try more flavors... → Magic One-Ingredient Ice Cream 5 Ways: Peanut Butter, Nutella, and More (Images: Faith Durand) Don't Make Dad Settle for Boring Potatoes: Hasselback Potatoes. Dad’s going to remember exactly why he loves steak and potatoes when you serve him these.

Don't Make Dad Settle for Boring Potatoes: Hasselback Potatoes

And you (along with the kids, fingers crossed!) Will love them, too. Because of the way they are baked, a nice crunchy crust forms on the bottom. That, along with the soft interior and dollop of sour cream and fresh herbs, and you’ll know the best reason potatoes are the most commonly eaten vegetable in our country. So see you later, french fries! Looking for something fantastic to serve these with? Hasselback Potatoes medium sized potatoes (about 1 per person) 1 clove fresh garlic, very thinly sliced butter coarse salt (sea or kosher) pepper sour cream (optional) dill (optional) fresh chives (optional) 1. 2. 3. 3. 20 Salads Hearty Enough for Tonight’s Dinner10 Ways to Eat Breakfast for Pizza10 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Make30 Crazy, Wacky, and Useless Kitchen Gadgets25 Healthiest Foods for Under $1. Recipe for Creamy Bacon Tomato and Avocado Pasta Salad at Life.

Folks today I would like to share with you what is sure to be my go-to pasta salad this summer for all the pot-lucks, BBQs and patio dinners that are sure to come up.

Recipe for Creamy Bacon Tomato and Avocado Pasta Salad at Life

With this recipe I challenge you to forget the box; forget the pre-made stuff at your deli grocer. You aren’t going to want it after you give this a try. Just think, creamy refreshing lemon dill dressing coats perfect pasta, creamy avocados, sweet tomatoes and crispy bacon. It’s like summer in a bowl. I actually got the idea for this salad from one of my favorite sandwiches: Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Avocado.