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Honey Monster - Sexy Guyanese Curry - For the LOVE of food!

 

Time to think of dessert!



While on a short trip visiting my Mr. Big in LA, one of the most intimate and memorable moments was cooking together.  There is something very sexy about being in the kitchen and preparing soulful and sexy food.  The smell of the spices, tasting the food as the cooking process progresses, and the intimacy of being in the kitchen together have a lot to be said.  Lets say it brought me closer to BOILING point, and ready for another kind of intimacy in a room other than the kitchen!  

 

Making the paste.



So I would love to share this easy yummy recipe with you all.  It is one of those dishes that looks like you have gone to an incredible effort but actually is really easy.     It will administer all the comfort that is required on a beautiful fall day.   

  

Paste looking good.

Spice up your day with this easy sexy Guyanese Curry from my Mr. Big XO

 

2 large onions

The juice of half a lemon

2 cups of chickpeas, or 2 cans

1 can of coconut milk

2 tablespoons of vegetable oil

1 large can of tomatoes

3 tablespoons of cumin seeds, toasted and ground

3 heaped teaspoons of Guyanese curry powder

2 large fillets of salmon or any white fish of your choice (you can also use chicken and vary the recipe to suit your taste),

Or 2 large cans of salmon (trader Joe’s)

1 sachet of chicken stock

 

To alleviate human suffering, this recipe is as easy as it gets, and if you tend to have reserves in the cupboard like myself, then a visit to the store might not even be necessary.  So here goes.

Grade the onions, add the juice of half a lemon, some salt to taste, and 3 tblespns of Guyanese curry powder to make a paste

Toast 3 tablespoons of cumin seeds, and grind (not being too timid), and add to the paste

Heat the oil on high and add the paste  - stirring for 3 - 4 minutes

Add the lentils, tomatoes, and

Chicken stock

Cook for 10 minutes and then add the fish and coconut milk

Cover and simmer for approx.45 minutes

 

 

 

DRINK paring - This dish goes really well with a nice cool beer.

 

DESSERT - could be something as easy as a fresh mango served on its own or with some natural yogurt.

 

 

Voila, BON APETITE, guaranteed to be enjoyed by all. 

 

 

 

 

Voila, guyanese curry.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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