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Kung Pao Chicken #healthyeating #healthyrecipes #healthyfood #foodblogger #foodporn

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Chile Colorado (sometimes spelled Chili Colorado) is a Mexican dish featuring a red sauce and tender pieces of beef. There is a lot of excessive naming in the world of chile peppers. For example, t...

Tex-Mex: Chile Colorado (sometimes spelled Chili Colorado) is a Mexican dish featuring a red sauce and tender pieces of beef. There is a lot of excessive naming in the world of chile peppers. For example, t.

This is one of my favourite curries. It is chicken chilli garlic which is very popular at Indian restaurants.

"This is one of my favourite curries. It is chicken chilli garlic which is very popular at Indian restaurants." Indian Food, Indian Chicken Curries CurryGuy via

Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken

Thai Basil Shrimp

This dish is everything a good Thai dish should be: simple, lots of fresh flavors with tangy Thai basil and peppers, yet the flavors are

Fire Chicken/ Indian Dynamite Chicken - Savory&SweetFood

Batter fried, crispy chicken chunks tempered with mustard seeds, chili flakes and curry leaves and coated with a spicy mayo sauce giving a dynamite flavor explosion. I have been scrip…

Beef madras      This spicy beef madras is so easy to make and packed with flavour! To keep the saturated fat content down in this healthy curry I trim away any visible fat from the beef before cooking. To make this curry

Beef madras This spicy beef madras is so easy to make and packed with flavour! To keep the saturated fat content down in this healthy curry I trim away any visible fat from the beef before cooking. To make this curry

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Be generous with the spices, get the onion, ginger and (maybe) garlic done just right and then add something to give it body and you’ll have a curry to be proud of.

Be generous with the spices, get the onion, ginger and (maybe) garlic done just right and then add something to give it body and you’ll have a curry to be proud of.