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Boiled Egg Curry In Coconut Milk

This preparation takes me back to my childhood. There were various versions of the boiled egg curry that my mum and aunts used to cook. As kids, we used to like tossing the boiled egg around the plate; and then, trying to break them. Often, we would like to see how the small pieces of the yolk and the egg whites would change the colour and texture of the gravy.
 
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Prawn Head Curry

I can definitely understand if the non-vegetarians cringe with the thought of having prawn heads. I used to do that too. But then, once I chomped into a prawn head; there was no looking back.
 
For this recipe, I used the prawn heads that I saved from preparing an earlier dish. Trust me, this preparation was absolutely yummy. The heads not only add to the flavour of the curry; but also absorbs the spices. Total drool scenes.
 
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Lime, Garlic & Chilli Pickle

This recipe was given to be through my aunt (Sr. Frances). I tweaked the recipe after making a small batch. This pickle is sour, spicy and pungent. The best part is that you can adjust any of these flavour profiles by adding more/less of the relevant ingredients.
 
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Singapore Noodles: Vegetable

Singapore has a rich food history which is a mix of Chinese, Indian and Malay influences. This is evident by the fact that most Singaporeans take to the outdoors to order from the tens of thousands of food stalls.
 
The Singapore Noodle can be best summed up as a Chinese (Cantonese mainly) tossed dish with turmeric added. The yellow tinge makes it more eye-appealing to eat.
 
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Breaded Prawns

This is a quick starter that can be made within minutes. While this is a Goan recipe, there are similar variants across the Konkan coast and in South India. The crunch on these prawns makes it difficult to eat only a few.
 
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Paneer Palak

The quintessential Indian vegetarian dish that is a favourite of many. As far as Indian dishes are concerned, I remember always ordering this as a child whenever my dad would take me to an Indian restaurant. While I try new dishes on a restaurant menu; Paneer Palak is nostalgic and is a healthy and creamy part of the Indian kitchen offerings.
 
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Corn-On-The-Cob With Coconut Curry Butter

Corn-On-The-Cob can be had in many different ways. This Caribbean recipe has a very interesting taste which grows on you. The secret is to get the really soft part of the tender coconut (which almost falls off your in your hands) for the butter.

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Corn-On-The-Cob With Coconut Curry Butter

For other recipes for corn-on-the-cob:

Indian Corn-On-The-Cob

Sweet Marmalade Corn-On-The-Cob

Taiwanese Grilled Corn

Tex-Mex Corn-On-The-Cob