Chaucer said “All good things must come to an end.” I’d bet he was the life of any party! As the year comes to a close, we have also decided to close the Moreish Masala kitchen. While we have enjoyed our run as “internet food bloggers”, we also have other job titles that need priority at…
These pockets are filled with a savoury mixture of leeks, mushrooms and celery. The flavour is warm and rich. The dough is somewhere between fresh bread and crescent roll.
These sweet and chewy granola bars have the sweetness of honey, the tartness of cranberries and a little citrus kick. They make a perfect sweet treat after dinner or a healthy lunch box snack.
Que your millennial jokes, we’re putting avocado on toast! Zesty guacamole, and the richness of egg yolks blend beautifully. The toast is really just a vehicle for the main event.
These orange cranberry mini bunt cakes are light and elegant and pack a surprising citrus punch. The tart cranberry sauce balances the sweetness of the cake and adds a gorgeous explosion of colour! These would make a great finish to your next holiday dinner party.
There is something comforting about a fresh warm omelet. Its nourishing and filling while being delicious. This vegan soy-free omelet is no exception because it tastes and feels a whole lot like an egg omelet.
When you’re sick, a nice bowl of homemade soup is everything. Well, with a little fore-thought, you can have a freezer full of homemade frozen wontons which will allow you to make warm and heart Wonton Soup whenever the need hits.
Pasta loaded with veggies is a beautiful thing and with all your ingredients laid out you can have this easy healthy pasta toss on the table in under 25 minutes. Spicy sausage, tender sweet peppers and zippy tomatoes tossed with your favourite pasta… oh and basil, don’t forget the basil.
Come on baby, don’t fear the Okra
Baby take my hand, don’t fear the Okra
If you are like many people, you may be intimidated to cook okra.Well fear not! Help has arrived. The okra is rich and savoury, the avocado aioli and tomato salad add the balance, and it’s all wrapped in a warm fresh chapati.
There is something very healing, at least emotionally, in sitting with a friend sipping a warm drink. When that drink is also super good for your physical well-being, it’s a double win! Our turmeric latte is just that sort of feel good indulgence.
We won’t tell you kale chips taste just like real chips, or that these taste just like real ginger molasses cookies. But, they are tasty and they don’t have any added or refined sugar, and they are only about 50 calories a piece. So if they help satisfy your sweet tooth, that’s all that matters.
This Anda Curry is a traditional Indian cold weather dish, the combination of garlic, ginger and chillies is meant to warm you from the inside. It has all the warm savoury flavour you are searching for in your fall comfort food, while still being light and healthy.