This soup is simple but has some really definitive and bold flavors that will warm your bones during this chilly weather.
I know, Gai means chicken and so you can't veganize this. Well, it happened, thanks to the genuineness that is Minimalist Baker. This soup is just as I remember it being, flavors rich with ginger, lemongrass and coconut with an added sweetness from roasted butternut squash. With the cool weather rolling in, this is just perfect for a chilly night!
My grandmother gave me her crepe pan!! This is a huge deal. My childhood can literally be summed up by me and my grandma making crepes together. So naturally the first thing I did was make her famous crepes- these are not them. The second thing I did was experiment- yes, this is the experiment. They were phenomenal. She would love them.
The best carrots are roasted carrots! Whether roasted with pesto, orange-ginger roasted, cinnamon roasted or these beauties- curry roasted with a delicious peanut sauce drizzle! These would be great served over some warm couscous with golden raisins! Give it a try.
These butternut squash rounds are crazy easily and delicious, they're dressed with a super yummy tangy and sweet ginger-balsamic reduction. You can lay these beauties over a bed of baby greens or some tri-colored quinoa for something a little more substantial.
I love Indian food but never go for the chickpea-centered dishes. I enjoy chickpeas, but I'm never crazy about making a meal of them. With that said, I am crazy about these chickpeas! I wanted to make something that was a little different but still took 30 minutes and not a lot of work. Hey, I'm on vacation- I'm feeling like a lounge-lizard here. Can I be blamed? This recipe is enough for 4-6 people, but since we were only two we ended up eating this for 3 days straight and oh my god it was just as phenomenal on day 2 and 3 was it was the first bite.
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