Roast turkey is a classic North American holiday dish. It’s the toughest one though. Brine your bird. Cover it with tin foil. Butter under the skin. Roast it in pieces. Stand on your hands while the turkey roasts. Wear a yellow tie. Lot’s of advice out there on how to make a decent bird. I have my own opinion (of course:-). What saves bad turkey and elevates turkey done right into superstar territory is the gravy. And there’s no secret here. Anyone can do it. Concentrated homemade turkey stock. It’s the silver bullet that will make your gravy the one your mother-in-law raves about.
Shahi chicken korma is a rich and flavourful curry worthy of the Mughlai royalty for which it was invented. Spice, coconut, almond, cream and a hint of sugar come together in a sumptuous curry worthy of any celebration.
Mexican chicken with roasted tomato salsa upscales Mexican into dinner party territory. Two simple ingredients come together with a bit of classic technique to make something more than the sum of the parts.
Indian spiced chicken wings with tamarind dipping sauce pack tons of flavour into what is already the world’s most perfect food. I mean seriously – what’s better than chicken wings? Crispy chicken goodness with the maximum skin to meat ratio. Add a bit of smoky grilled goodness. Eat them with your hands. So tasty. So fun.
Japanese grilled chicken yakitori skewers are crazy tasty addition to your grilling arsenal. Little bits of onion and chicken grilled over high heat and finished with a little drizzle of teriyaki or yakitori sauce.
Hands up. Who doesn’t love brothy Asian soups? Who doesn’t love Thai red curry? If your hand is still down Thai curry noodle soup is for you.