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Kormas are typically made by marinating the main ingredient in yogurt and spices like ginger and garlic. It is then cooked in its own juices and a gravy made of onions, lots of tomatoes, green chillies and whole spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, coriander, cumin, etc. Kormas can range from mild to medium hot and taste nice with breads like Chapatis (flatbread), Parathas (pan-fried flatbread) or Naans (leavened flatbread made baked in a tandoor or oven). You can also make this dish with mutton or goat meat.
I have always been intrigued by what is known worldwide as the fiery Madras curry. The reason I am curious is because no such curry is actually traditionally made in India! This popular dish is in fact, a western version of how meat curries are made in south India! Here is how I make it, using traditional south Indian spices.
Lollipops, even for the most novice candy maker, are very simple to make. As a precaution, adults should handle the melted sugar because it is very hot. Children, however, can arrange the lollipop sticks, direct the color and flavoring choices, and lift the cooled lollipops from the baking sheet. Lollipop sticks can be purchased at craft stores or from candy-making supply shops.
This delicious South Indian stew is delicately flavored with a mix of spices and coconut milk. It tastes great with rice, Dosas, Idlis or Appams.
This is perfect summer food when you?ve got a few mates round ? just pile it all on a board in the middle of the table and dig in! It?s good fun food and your mates will be blown away by the combination of lemony hummus, spicy harissa and crunchy nuts. This really is summer eating at its best ? just don?t forget to serve up a few ice-cold beers on the side!
I came across this fascinating tapa at Els Fogons de Can Llaudes restaurant set in a centuries-old chapel on the main square of the delightful Catalán town of Besalú. Iconoclastic chef Jaume Solé only seats those with reservations; there is only one seating and just 4 tables. The chorizo on the tasting menu arrived at the table speared on a stick, as if it were a lollipop, and coated with crackling sugar. I’ve come across the combination of chorizo with honey or sugar before, but never presented in such a fanciful manner.
These lollipops top our Coconut Angel Food Cake.
You could buy peppermint candy, but nothing comes close to the tingly, verdant flavor of real mint. These sweet lollipops make wonderful treats for both children and adults. The color is a very pale green, which can be enhanced with a drop or two of food coloring.
With the release of the new Twilight movie New Moon and Halloween still a glimmer in my eye. I came up with this recipe to share with all my friend at the premier of New Moon. It’s very easy to make and for all the Edward lovers out there – it’s sure to please!!
Simple, fun and inexpensive treat for trick-or-treat or classroom parties.
A dip and a drizzle turn crunchy cream-filled cookies into a deliciously different treat! Kids love these lollipops because they taste as good as they look. Jessie Wiggers, Halstead, Kansas
You can use your imagination with this recipe to create designs for any season...the possibilities are endless! Cookie "lollipops" are always a hit with the kids.
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Fans of cinnamon will fall head over heels for these festive lollipops. Make them throughout the year using different cookie cutter shapes.—Sheryl Salisbury, Weatherford, Oklahoma
Kids of all ages will savor these fun fruity lollipops. I received the recipe from my sister-in-law years ago. We still make them in a rainbow of jewel colors in her memory every Christmas. They're great stocking stuffers!
A netful of compliments will come your way as soon as kids of all ages dive into these crispy, chocolaty fish-shaped lollipops. These simple treats go to show it's not always that tricky to catch a great fish. -Elizabeth LeBlanc, Bourg, Louisiana
Showing loved ones how sweet they are on Mother's and Father's Day is easy...with this fun bunch to munch. Christine's recipe for sugar cookie lollipops was the starting point. Then the CT home economist frosted pretty hearts and flowers for Mom and playful sports shapes for Dad and gathered them into bouquets. To do the same, simply stick to the instructions here. You'll find you can arrange your own bouquet lickety-split.
"Kids really love the spooky shapes of these lollipops, and the vanilla and chocolate coatings make a pretty pair," says Sandra McKenzie, Braham, Minnesota.
These make a perfect party project for kids. (Help younger children insert the lollipop sticks.) Arrange lollipops in a container filled with florist foam for an impressive centerpiece, or wrap individually in cellophane and give as party favors.
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