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Lamb Shank Curry w/ Coconut Milk

This fragrant Lamb Shank Curry w/ Coconut Milk is one to make when you want to take good care of yourself and need some soul satisfying food. I made this for myself and enjoyed it with roti and the next day with rice. It takes a bit of time, but the result is worth the wait and if you make this the day before all the flavours incorporate better. Try it soon!

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Eggplant & Pomegranate Salad w/ Harissa

On toast, in a salad, a wrap or as a side-dish, this Eggplant & Pomegranate Salad w/ Harissa is amazing! It’s packed with flavor and will please the meat eaters too. Are you ready for the next sexy side dish?

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Hindustani Chicken Masala (YouTube Video)

In my second cooking video, I slightly modified the concept to stay closer to myself and share my favorite Surinamese and Asian dishes. But I will also show you which restaurants or trends I am inspired by, because in this series I want to Cook with LOBI (LOVE)!

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Middle Eastern Salad

When I saw Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi make a salad with leftover pita bread which they seasoned with Sumac and tossed through some lettuce, tomato and onion, I had to make it!

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Passionfruit Drink (Alcoholic or Non-alcoholic)

I’ve always enjoyed making my own drinks. It always made me feel like some wizard, concocting liquid positions but then these could be consumed at (dinner) party or wherever. Well, today am sharing my passion for this Passion Fruit Drink which can be adaptable to your fave fruit or made into an alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink. Whatever you choose, enjoy in moderation.

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Tom Kha Gai – TSC style

This comforting and rich Thai soup is one of my favorite soups out there! I love the Thai flavors, crunchy textures, and creamy broth. It’s a perfect pick me up or light meal on a hot or cold day.

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Linguine w /Zucchini

Foodmemories. We all have them, but why do they stay with us? Apparently, you use all your senses, and your memory is strongly linked to your sense of smell (Plusmagazine.knack.be). Hence, cooking encourages introspection, you can instantly have those warm memories of that one dish from your mother or father, that restaurant or country. I'll share my food memory with this Linguine w/ Zucchini pasta dish!

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Tandoori Chicken Burgers

Most of you know that I was born in Surinam and that my roots are in India and Nepal. My mother’s stories about her grandparents who came from India: how they lived, what they cooked and how they ate, captivated me from an early age. But it was only when we lived in the Netherlands, and I started cooking more that we started to enjoy the authentic Indian cuisine and created our favorite dishes, such as Chicken Tandoori, Biryani, Naan, Chutneys and many more. In this recipe, I teamed up with Xenos and created an easy Tandoori Chicken Burger for a midweek meal! Are you ready for this?

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