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    4 Reviews |  By Shereen

    This is a quick and easy recipe for a side dish. It's very flavorful and yummy, I like to make this as a side to go with roast/baked/grilled meat.

    Recipe #121613

    This is Mom's version of roasted curry powder. I've been using this for years. Its best when its fresh. It can be used to make all kinds of curries; chicken, fish, beef, shrimp, vegetable, etc. Use this whenever you need curry powder in recipes. Make sure you leave windows open when you are preparing this since the fumes that are created during the roasting process can make you cough and there might be some smoke. It can be stored in an air tight container for months (mine lasts about 3 months).

    Recipe #88785

    1 Reviews |  By Shereen

    This is a one of my favorite ways to eat cabbage. One of my childhood favorites too. Mom taught me how to make this wonderful dish. So hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #67586

    This is a fairly easy recipe for fried rice, yet it tastes really good. Good recipe to impress your loved ones. This is my favorite recipe for fried rice, especially when I am in a hurry, and not really in an 'all-day-in-the-kitchen' cooking mood:) Note: This is not a chinese fried rice which is usually more moist and can be eaten by itself. This is more of an Indian, or Sri lankan fried rice that is usually dry and is eaten with curries. I thought I should explain since some of you might be expecting more of a 'chinese' kind of a fried rice :)

    Recipe #12874


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