I love fresh corn every which way you can prepare it. Roasted, barbecued, grilled, boiled, literally, every which way imaginable. I love it with butter and salt, seasonings, dolled up like Mexican street corn, I've never met a cob I didn't like. I also know that sometimes we are busy and those cobs might sit in the fridge longer than we'd like to admit, that's where these delicious and simple corn fritters come in!
My corn fritter recipe is so simple and a great way to use up a cob or two that might not make it otherwise. Plus, these tasty little fritters are a great snack, great for sharing or serving at get togethers. They're ridiculously crispy and golden brown on the outside while being fluffy and fabulous on the inside. Want the recipe? Head to the RECIPES page <3
I still remember the first time I tried chana masala, it was like an explosion of flavour in my mouth that I had never experienced. Indian food is reputably some of the most fragrant and recognizable cuisines out there. Full of spices like coriander, cardamom, clove, and cumin, there's no denying the intense fragrance of the cuisine.
I've whipped up my own chana masala for you guys and I think you will experience what I first experienced with it. Basically, chana masala is a tomato like stew full of spices and chickpeas which you can have mild to spicy depending on your taste. My version plays off of the traditional idea but still delivers a punch of exotic flavour. Trust me, you'll be hard pressed not to head back for seconds.
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This has to be one of my favourite dishes to order when I order out Indian food. I must admit, every place that I've enjoyed it, it's been unique to the last place I tried, which implies to me that everyone has their own interpretation of what chana masala is all about. This also means, I can slide in with my own version for y'all to try!
Chana Masala is a dish of chickpeas cooked down in a robustly seasoned tomato sauce. The sauce is typically served over rice or can be enjoyed as a stand alone dish. Full of flavours from contributing spices such as cumin, chili, coriander, cardamom, clove, and nutmeg, this chana permeates the air and invokes hunger in a way other dishes can't. There's something about the smell of Indian food that always gets my stomach going and my chana masala is no different! Ready your noses and stomachs people, chana masala is on the menu!
CREAMY COCONUT CURRY GNOCCHI
I was craving curry and gnocchi at the same time, so naturally, I had to find a way to make that happen. That's where the inspiration for this recipe came from, cravings lol Cravings can be so strange and seem so mismatched, until you put them together and create something magical!
Tender gnocchi and cauliflower tossed in a delightfully rich and creamy coconut curry sauce. The sauce is full of robust spices that permeate the air as the sauce bubbles away, igniting hunger in even the most stubborn of people. Trust me when I say, this is one dish that you'll be adding to your recipe collection for sure!
WHITE CORN HOMINY & CHEDDAR TACO BOWLS
Old El Paso mini taco bowls are the perfect size because they can easily be made into light snacks, or hearty, main course meals. I absolutely love how easy they are to utilize!
Chipotle refried beans, white corn hominy and cheddar taco filling, fresh guacamole, and crunchy cabbage and tomatoes, come together for one delightfully balanced, delicious taco bowl.
Its always a good day when tacos are involved!
Jonathan - Happy Veg
Dedicated Foodie. Proud Vegetarian. Recipe Creator. Friend to all Animals.