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The Rich Dark Chocolate Mousse is a delicious holiday party food recipe that is made from dark chocolate and whisked up cream and and egg whites. It tastes great with a strawberry compote and may be some whipped cream to top off. I have also shown you in the recipe below on how to make an eggless chocolate mousse. It is simple and a quick recipe and equally delicious too. I have also used the Sprig Extract of Natural Bourbon Vanilla, which is a very high quality vanilla extract which derives its signature flavour from the finest imported vanilla beans grown in Madagascar. Watch Video by clicking on the link --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNobQ30e4zc Recipe available on the website www.archanaskitchen.com or search for "Rich Dark Chocolate Mousse" on the Archana's Kitchen app (iOS and Android) #recipes#easyrecipes#archanaskitchen#healthyeating#homemadefood#eatfit#cooking#food#healthyrecipes#foodphotography#recipeoftheday#comfortfood#deliciousfood#delicious#instayum#food
A déguster avec du riz ou du quinoa on adire ce curry plein de saveurs 😋 #curry#légumes#recettecurry#recette#recipe#cuisine#green#750green#yummy#miam#delicious#healthy#healthyfood#mieuxmanger#faitmaison#homemade#homemadefood#food La recette ⬇️ Ingrédients (pour 4 personnes) : 1 oignon 1 potimarron 2 carottes 3 patates douces 150g de petits pois 1 panais 10 châtaignes cuites Quelques fleurs de chou Romanesco Persil 20 cl de lait de coco 2 c à s de curry jaune Huile de coco Préparation : Faire revenir l’oignon dans un peu d’huile de coco. Ajouter tous les légumes coupés en dés, sauf les fleurs de chou. Laisser cuire une vingtaine de minutes à feu doux. Ajouter le curry. Laisser encore cuire 10 minutes. Ajouter le lait de coco, les châtaignes et les fleurs de chou. Laisser mijoter à feu doux 5 minutes. Dresser et ajouter le persil et la noix de coco râpée pour la décoration. Bon appétit !
Moroccan lunch . . . . So what does a Bangladeshi cook in London when her Scottish-Chinese best friend from University comes for a visit- Moroccan, of course! 😂 Ok, long story short- I just love Moroccan food! Morocco has been on my list of must-travel places for a long time but somehow we are yet to make the trip. But that’s hasn’t stopped me from trying out eating and cooking Moroccan food. The warmth of the spices, tantalising olives and preserved lemons, sweet prunes, slow cooked, fall of the bone meats, fluffy couscouses to soak it all up- do I need to say more why I love this cuisine so much? And it’s not very hard to cook up a meal worthy of swooning either- all these took three hours today, including prepping and serving! The menu today was: . Chicken tagine with olive and preserved lemon- loaded with saffron, paprika and cumin, this tangy stew is slowly cooked in the tagine. The cooking method ensures the meat absorbs all the flavours and becomes succulent, fall of the bone. . Butternut squash, chickpeas tagine with Harissa and almond - a Moroccan spice paste, Harissa add depth to the sweet butternut and nutty chickpeas. It has some prunes as well- my favourite part of the stew really! . Couscous with beef kefta- the couscous was cooked in a broth and finished with butter. The kefta was flavoured with mint and feta . Lamb Chops with orange zest- this was hubby’s favourite today. The lamb chops were marinated with orange zest, orange juice, fried mint, garlic and grilled on top of onions. This might become my go to recipe for lamb! . Zaalouk- It’s a Moroccan dip with eggplants, tomatoes and garlics. Laced with fresh coriander, the smoky dip is the perfect starter! . Carrot and cucumber salad with orange- Ribboned carrots and cucumbers along with zesty oranges, dressed with olive oil, thyme and lemon juice. Simple yet so tasty! The pitas were bought from store btw but aren’t they cute!
Do you enjoy beets? I do, and I love that the freshest beets are available at my local farmers market in the summer. One of my meal preps is to steam them in the Instant Pot and use them in salads, hummus or a simple raita. Here is one of my favorite raita with beets - https://ministryofcurry.com/roasted-beetroot-and-cucumber-salad/
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