Panang Curry

This version brought the heat and was super tasty. We’ve been using a Korean hot pepper paste to heat up the curries lately, and I recently switched from a level 3 to a level 4 “very hot”. Yes! Print Panang Curry Author: Next Good Meal Serves: 4   Ingredients 8 oz mushrooms sliced 1 red onion 3 […]

Butternut Yellow Curry

Print Butternut Yellow Curry Author: Next Good Meal Serves: 4   Ingredients 2-3 cups cubed butternut squash 1 potato cubed (4 cups total butternut + potato) 1 red onion diced 2 cloves garlic minced 1 can coconut milk 2 cups vegetable stock 3 TB yellow curry paste 1 TB hot pepper paste 8 oz (4 servings) tofu […]

Pad Thai v.1

When Dizzle is out of town I resort to comfort food. The recent choice is pad thai. I love the stuff. The last couple times I’ve made it, something just wasn’t right. The most recent included prune baby food, and that definitely doesn’t seem quite right. (although it was super tasty in its own right) […]

Red Curry for Kids

We love some curry around here, so of course the little one wants some too. Red curry is pretty high on the heat scale, so I decided to make a tame version for the kiddo. He loved it, and he insisted on having it for breakfast the next day… and every meal until it was […]

Pad Thai

I have a serious love for pad thai. Now that I’m in world with Whole Foods, I can get bean sprouts on the regular whenever there is a pad thai craving. Score! I read somewhere that prune baby food plus lime juice is a decent sub for tamarind paste. I was intrigued and had to […]

Panang Curry

Another curry! Interesting and tasty. Panang is somewhere between masman and red curry on the flavor scale in my opinion. Peppery goodness. I kept this really simple so that I could get a baseline for the flavor of the spice paste. Even though this was super tasty…I think next time I’ll use less liquid, and […]

Kid Food – Purple

The kid likes purple. I always ask what looks interesting to him when we are in the produce section. I’m game for him to try anything and everything, and so far he is great at trying new things. It’s not always successful, and that’s ok. One recent failure was radishes. I don’t force the issue, […]