Monday, 20 March 2017

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold
it would be a merrier world.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien
This week round Up from Joy Stewart

Originally shared by Joy Stewart

We’re pleased to announce another delicious week on foodies plus; from sweets to salads, we’ve seen a great variety of recipes. Please enjoy our weekly roundup.

Shiitake Tsukune (Chicken Meatballs with Shiitake Mushrooms)

+Joy Stewart’s flavorful meatballs cooked over the coals will have you salivating:

Sooji Dhokla (Semolina Steam Cake)

Sangita Agrawal shared with us a light, deliciously moist semolina cake:

Lamb Burger Sliders

Jacob Harrison tried out a delectable recipe for lamb sliders with Cumin Mint Aoli from Healthy Gut Cookbook by Maya Gangadharan and Gavin Pritchard:

A Tall Order’s post on how to make tortillas had us craving Mexican food:

Tom Yum Goong and Shimchi Onigiri Amuse Bouche

Azlin Bloor’s delicious, sophisticated small bite is perfect to impress your guests:

Thai Green Papaya Salad

A first post by another newcomer, +Thanya’s spicy and sweet crunchy salad is a delightful light meal:

Cured Salmon

FrenchTouch shared with us an easy, flavorful method of making cured salmon at home:

Salmon Cakes with Wasabi Mayo

Paul Binns’ delectable salmon cakes with a spicy dressing are a great starter for fish lovers:

Beans and Bacon

Sandra Rerecic shared a fabulous side with fava beans and bacon:

Pineapple Fritters with Lemon & Chili Syrup

A Tall Order shared with us a method for pineapple fritters at home with a mouthwatering dipping syrup:

Cheesy Broccoli Florets

Sangita Agrawal’s cheesy broccoli snack is easy and delicious:

Cabbage Kofta Curry

Balvinder Ubi shared with us a great vegetarian dish made with cabbage:

Coconut Rawa Laddo (Coconut Semolina Sweet Balls)

In keeping with our culianry balls theme, Indrani Sen’s sweet coconut semolina balls are a decadent dessert:

Matzo Balls in Chicken Soup

Continuing March’s balls theme, +Joy Stewart shares with us a traditional recipe for holiday dumplings:

Chickpea and Roasted Red Pepper Salad

Sandra Rerecic’s light, easy and delicious salad is perfect as a side or anytime:

Quite a delicious week, wouldn’t you agree?
Hope to have another tasty week ahead!


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