Not only is soup the perfect meal to come home to when you’ve been out in the cold, but it’s also so easy – whether you get it out of a tin or cook it from scratch. And when it gets cold enough here in Wales we don’t sip soup, we slurp Cawl. In case you didn’t know, Cawl is a Welsh soup traditionally made with lamb and whatever root vegetables happen to be lying around in your cupboard (the word “Cawl” can also mean to make a mess of something). For this version I’ve spiced things up a bit; I’ve kept the base recipe traditional, but have flavoured the lamb and stock with some Indian spices and fresh coriander. It’s all served up with some toasted naan bread – yum!
Other than a Chicken Jalfrezi, there are two dishes I’m likely to have a strop over if they’re not on the table when I go out for an Indian; Aloo Gobi, and Aloo Parantha. Both potato dishes (Aloo Aloo!), Aloo Gobi is a vegetarian dish made from potato, cauliflower and Indian spices (my mother in-law […]
In case you didn’t know, my mother-in-law is Indian (…Gotta be careful what I write next, I know she’s reading! Hey Mum!). Before I met Sunny, I could probably count on one hand how many times I’d eaten Indian Food. I just didn’t get it, but then my only experience of the stuff was sloppy […]