Easy recipes from around the world

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Easter Chocolate Barfi

This Easter, make this very special Chocolate Barfi and top it with these delectable Easter Chocolate and candies – nobody will be able to resist! I’ve made Pista Barfi before on my channel. This is a great quick recipe to make with powdered Milk as it’s easily available. Back then Khoya or Milk solids were …

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Guava Cheesecake

Following the delicious success of making my Guava cheese this holiday, I decided to make a Guava Cheesecake for a Carol singing holiday gathering. Guavas are not native to Canada, but we can find these imported from many countries. I happened to find these that came from Egypt. Guavas have a very strong and distinct …

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Chilli Garlic Mushrooms

This spicy tangy Hakka Chinese fave is really popular with Vegetarians and Non Vegetarians alike. I’m using canned mushrooms in this recipe, as I love the texture but you could use fresh Mushrooms as well! I don’t often cook a lot of Vegetarian dishes as my boys are CARNIVORES, however I do have a few …

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Boti Kebab

Boti Kebab is a grilled boneless kebab typically made with meat – Beef, Lamb or Mutton and it can also be made with Chicken. The meat is marinated twice and the marinade includes a tenderizer that gives the meat it’s soft texture. We commonly think of Boti as a piece or a small chunk but …

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Chicken Vindaloo Mince or Kheema

What the heck is Vindaloo? This delicious curry is a popular dish in Goa, India and is made using red chilies and vinegar. Inspired by a dish from Portugal, this curry has an amazing flavor profile. The name Vindalho comes from Vin or Wine and Alho or Garlic. Contrary to popular belief, Aloo does not …

Appetizers Indian Uncategorized

Chicken 65 Wings

Chicken wings are marinated, deep fried then coated in a wonderful spice base of onion garlic, ginger, chilli & chilli paste and spice powders and curry leaves with a hint of food colouring. This dish has a strange name and an even stranger story. Back in the days when typesetting was done with little metal …

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Persian Lamb Shanks

I love cooking Lamb shanks and this time I decided to cook this in a traditional Persian style. Persian or Iranian food, similar to other Middle Eastern flavors is subtle yet distinct. The shanks are marinated in spices and Garlic and drizzled with some Rose water and Saffron steeped water. It’s then slow cooked in …