Peru – Garbanzo con Acelga ~ Chickpeas and Swiss Chard Stew

Today we are traveling to western South American country of Peru. Peru is home to ancient cultures and one of the oldest in the world. It was a Spanish colony until it got its independence in 1821. The capital is Lima. Mining, manufacturing, agriculture and fishing is the main economy of the country. The cuisine […]

Ground Turkey Fry (Dry Curry)

Turkey is not our favorite birds to eat. I hardly cook it at home and nor do we order when we eat out. We find the bird tasteless and smelly. Because the bird is lean, I use to cook it once or twice a year at the most. Lately, it has become a regular at […]

Ground Turkey Canapes

For the fourth day of the marathon, I made turkey canapes with mini fillo sheets. These mini bites disappear in minutes as soon as you serve. I used ground turkey for the filling but the filling can be substituted with any vegetable filling. Potato curry or mixed vegetable curry are a very good veg alternatives […]

BM#4 Day 6: Turkey Dumpling Soup

I made some turkey kofta curry Thursday night and kept aside some turkey meat to make this soup yesterday. I was in no mood to make the dumpling soup yesterday and this was our lunch this afternoon. This recipe is adapted from Rachael Rays Hungarian Dumpling soup. I made this soup couple of times in […]

BM#4 Day 2: Sausage White Beans & Kale Soup

Couple of weeks ago, I came across this soup recipe and the pictures were very tempting. It had lot of kale in it.  Kale is one of the healthiest green leafy vegetables and since I tasted it just a few days ago, I made it right away and it came out very good! I did […]

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