Marinades

Marinades are a wonderful way to flavor meat. They can be simple or involved, depending on your desires, but they’re also a great way to use up ingredients. Have some leftover parsley? Make a marinade. Tomatoes? Make a marinade. An orange? You get the idea. Generally, a marinade is composed of three parts: the oil,

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Chouriço Potato Salad

In his first book, entitled Season, published in 2018, Nik Sharma writes the following. “I take pride in incorporating flavors, techniques, and ingredients in new and exciting ways. This, my first book, celebrates diverse cultural influences and, I hope, helps to erase labels like “ethnic” and “exotic” in the West by shedding more light on

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Mughlai Kabobs

Yesterday I made a creamy sauce called sas, which is a creamy nut sauce made with pistachios, cashews, and almonds. And today I’m making curried lamb kabobs that go perfectly with the sauce. From Indian Food Forever, a website devoted to Indian recipes, “Mughlai food is known for its richness. It is famous for the

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Creamy Nut Sauce

The actual name of this sauce is sas. It’s Indian in origin, and the recipe I’m basing this on is out of the Foods of the World – The Cooking of India cookbook. The sauce is made essentially with nuts and cream and is served with various kababs. Tomorrow I’ll be posting a recipe for

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