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Sunday, 14 May 2017

Simply Recipes: 2 New Recipes and Cooking Advice from Mom

Years ago, when I asked my friend Arthi for her favorite curry recipe, she gave me this sauce, which she adjusted to make what I call her "supermarket" version. That meant I could grab the ingredients at my local market without a special trip to her ...

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Potato and Broccoli Curry

Years ago, when I asked my friend Arthi for her favorite curry recipe, she gave me this sauce, which she adjusted to make what I call her "supermarket" version. That meant I could grab the ingredients at my local market without a special trip to her Indian grocery.

I love this sauce! It's rich, but there's no cream. It's spicy, but not too hot. When it's done cooking, you want to eat it with a spoon.

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Cooking Advice From Mom

Updated from the archives with new photos, first posted in 2008 when Elise's mom was 73, she's now 82. Happy Mother's Day!

Years ago I asked to write about what I've learned from my mother about cooking. Since at the time I was living with my parents and cooking with my mom almost every day, this wasn't a difficult exercise. I'm still learning from her, though now occasionally she learns something from me too. ;-)

My mother is one of those intuitive cooks in the kitchen. Having raised six kids, she doesn't follow recipes anymore. If you watch her while she cooks, the timing just appears to happen seamlessly.

Whereas I'm best at making one dish at a time, mom can coordinate a whole meal for 8—a main course protein, one or two veggie sides, a starch, and a salad—without getting remotely flustered.

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How to Make Rice Without a Recipe

If all you need is a plain bowl of rice to serve with dinner, this is the easiest, most foolproof method that I know.

You don't need measuring cups, a recipe, or even a specific water-to-rice ratio — just cover the rice with a few inches of water, bring it to a boil, then simmer until the rice is tender. Drain the rice, return it to the pot, and let it steam in its own residual heat until you're ready to serve.

Super easy, right? It's nothing fancy, but I promise that it gets the job done.

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