Someday I’ll type not quite nigella bacon jam and won’t get a hit. It keeps me up at night. An internet treasure gone forever. That’s why I’m posting my minor tweak on that recipe. It’s very close to the original. Certainly I can’t take any credit for this recipe. I’m just following along here.
There’s no single killer turkey noodle soup recipe. No rock your world – this is the best thing ever. I’ve looked. It’s all pretty much the same. Variations on a theme. I have my own variation on the theme. Mine is about mouthfeel. The difference between a watery broth and unctuous, oh my god this is amazing broth. That small tweak is why I’m going to litter the internet with yet another turkey noodle soup recipe. Sorry to waste your time…
Massaging the kale and a bit of tahini and honey in the dressing are the secrets to this healthy asian kale salad. A big handful of cilantro lends a nice bright note.
Chicken tikka is boneless tandoori chicken on a stick. The pieces are smaller, of course. That’s good. More surface equals more seasoning. These are little tandoori flavour bombs.
Chicken chaat salad. I’m pretty sure I will catch some flak for the title of this post. Chaat means savoury snack in India. Street food. It also almost always includes chaat masala. Anything masala means a spice mix of sorts.
This isn’t really a savoury snack and it doesn’t include chaat masala. If I included a masala you’d have to go out of your way to find it. Hunt around for an Indian food shop, get there and buy it. Bet it wouldn’t happen. You’d just never try this recipe. That would be too bad.
When done right, shrimp cocktail is one of my favourite appetizers. Done poorly though, and it’s a big mess of tough or watery shrimp. This method pretty much guarantees perfect shrimp cocktail every time.