This garlicy sauce adds piquancy to balance the potatoes’ caramel-y sweetness.
The warm flavors of garam masala, an Indian spice blend, complement the potatoes’ sweetness.
Any variety of orange- or red-skinned, orange-fleshed sweet potato can be used in this recipe. When shopping, look for sweet potatoes that are uniform in size. Personally, I prefer smaller potatoes. Top potatoes with butter or with one of my two suggested sauces; Garam Masala Yogurt or Garlic and Chive Sour Cream (recipes follow).
If you tried and liked my Buttermilk Bread than you will like this one as well. A plain wheat bread, refined with yogurt for extra flavor and freshness.
Ratatouille is a Mediterranean vegetable stew from the southern region of Provence in France. The secret to a perfect ratatouille is sun-ripened vegetables, good quality olive oil with a rich and robust flavor and plenty of time.
Making your own jam is actually easier than you think. It tastes incredible and makes a great gift to! Before you start The rule of thumb when cooking jam. Cooking jam requires only a bit of calculating, some stirring and cleanliness. That’s all. The most common ratio of fruit to sugar is 2:1, for example, 1…
This simple yet elegant strawberry cake is a perfect example of my blog’s philosophy. It combines the baking techniques developed and perfected over centuries in some of my favorite parts of the world by people who know much more about cooking and baking than myself. My ideal version of a flavorful sponge cake comes from…
Crème pâtissière (also known as pastry cream) is a rich, creamy custard made of milk, egg yolks, sugar and vanilla. While not an item in itself, it is a key ingredient of many French desserts such as éclairs, fruit tarts, soufflés and mille-feuille. It is usually flavored with vanilla, but it can be easily refined…
A fresh fruity soft drink; just perfect on a hot summer day. It’s super easy to make. Give it a try!
If you want to put a juicy, crisp-skinned roast chicken on your dinner table quickly, you might want to do it the American Way! The secret to getting a whole chicken roasted in just an hour is to butterfly the bird, start roasting it in a cold oven and then crank up the broiler.