As a child, I was a very picky eater. However, I LOVED coconut curry, mainly so that I could drink the gravy. This recipe below is my husband’s favourite curry and the one I make most of the time. I much prefer using fresh coconut to desiccated coconut for this dish. I made this dish for our good friends in Argentina when travelling there. Below is picture of them enjoying this dish with all […]
Too busy to make chai? Here is the solution… On your free day, make about 8 cups of chai following the instructions given for your tea of choice. Allow to cool and store in the fridge in preferably a glass container (metal will react with the spices and change the flavour). Heat up one cup at a time as desired. Or have it chilled on a hot day. You will have your daily chai! Bombay […]
Ever wonder what goes into make a cup of chai? We spent some time with local producer Trudy Ann to learn how to make the perfect cup of masala chai and find out why it’s more than just a drink to her. Eats Vancouver.
By Joanne Latimer. Trudy Ann Tellis’s family recipe is such a hit that she sells her Trudy Ann’s Bombay Masala Chai in small batches at farmers’ markets in the Vancouver area and ships packages off to fans in California and afar. The product has also inspired “the cult of Trudy Ann”—customers who follow her around town each week. “Canadians ask me two things. ‘What’s your Indian name?’ and ‘What’s your chai recipe?’ I don’t say […]