Tasty recipes tested in our kitchen – drawing from flavours around the world including our English, European, Mediterranean and South-Asian food experiences.
OH, can't wait to see the recipe...anything Indian is really resonating with me these days! Thanks for sharing it with the hearth and soul hop this week, Dan! (oh, and about the haggis!? I have no clue...that's way out of my comfort/knowledge zone. Though, I would like to try it one day) =)
I am becoming more interested in curry and dishes of that nature. This sounds delicious, thanks so much.
Thank you for sharing such an interesting recipe.
i have such an affinity for indian food...this recipe is calling me into the kitchen! thank you for stopping by my place. i am afraid i need to brew another cup of tea and plant myself for an hour or so to check out more of your wonderful place...and all the other blogs you seem to have as well. are they all as witty and wonderful as this?
I never would have thought to take something like this to a pot luck, but I can see how this would be a great dish to share with a crowd. Thanks for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul hop this week.
Glad everyone enjoyed it (and hopefully all of our other recipes as well). I've found the blog carnival to be a great place to meet other food bloggers and my reading list is really getting out of control!@butterpoweredbike: I tend to like one-pot dishes, especially for serving. Maybe it's because I'm lazy.I'd rather serve big bowls of hummus, baba ghannouj, moroccan carrot salad pickles, etc. with veggies and a nice artisan bread than painstakingly assemble 100 various little hors d'oeuvres only to have them demolished in ten seconds flat.As for potlucks, this one works so well because it meets most food restrictions aside from straight allergy to chickpeas (i.e., gluten-free, diabetic friendly, vegetarian, pareve, kosher-style, halal-style - obviously not certified in the last two)
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