1. A

    Toasting Fenugreek for nutty chocolate flavour

    In my book "The science of spice" p. 207, it says to lightly toas Fenugreek seeds to create nutty, coffee-and-chocolate roasted pyrazine flavours. For how long and at what temperature should I roast them in the oven?
  2. Fenugreek Leaves

    Fenugreek Leaves

    Fenugreek Leaves
  3. Fenugreek Seed

    Fenugreek Seed

    Fenugreek Seed
  4. Hungry Man

    Recipe & Video Butter Chicken Curry - Stove top Murgh Makhani recipe

    View: https://youtu.be/VN0QJ6Su4vE Ingredients: Chicken & Marinade: 800 g chicken thighs 1 tsp tandoori masala 1 tsp red chili powder (preferably kasmiri chili powder) 1 tbsp garlic paste 1 tbsp ginger paste 1 tsp salt 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil Gravy: 500 g tomatoes 1 red onion 1 tbsp...
  5. flyinglentris

    Fenugreek, leaves or seeds?

    I have never used fenugreek, but am inclined to try it. Which is preferred - leaves or seeds? Or is it a good idea to have both? I note in people's recipes, that when they use fenugreek, they do not mention whether they are using leaves or seeds. I am at that, confused.
  6. Morning Glory

    Recipe Tarka Dahl Soup

    This is lovely comforting dish. It takes some inspiration from French onion soup which classically uses beef stock and indeed, you could use a light beef stock instead of the miso & Marmite. I just wanted to keep it vegan. The tarka with nutty toasted mustard seeds and fragrant curry leaves adds...
  7. The Late Night Gourmet

    Recipe Samosa Omelette

    I started out with the idea of making @Francesca's Spanish Potato Omelette, and then things went off the rails a bit. How about some onion? Okay. What about some garlic? Of course. I found myself steering down a path from Spain to India, and - with potatoes at the core - it only made sense to...
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