There are few things that go hand in hand like soup and cold weather- they seem to be destined to be forever entwined. Our Curry Kabocha Squash Soup brings warmth from the spices, and the nourishing benefits from a good broth. Very simple to make, and flavorful beyond words!
Eggplant Parmesan is one of those dishes that is crowd pleaser, while also being labor intensive. Our favorite way to serve them is in a "stack" which helps the dish look absolutely amazing. Full disclosure: this recipe uses A LOT of ghee. It's main goal is to give you an idea of the versatility of ghee as a cooking oil- you can even fry with it!
One of the easiest ways to introduce ghee into your kitchen is to use it to cook proteins- especially steak. The goal when cooking steak is to get a really nice sear on the outside, and for that you need an oil with a high smoke point. Ghee is your best friend- it won't burn at the higher temps and has a much better flavor than vegetable and seed oils.
Cooking fish with the skin on makes for a very fun and presentable option. As it cooks, the skin on the fish gets really crispy and makes for a fun texture change. It also helps to keep the fish together as it cooks so you're not left with a shredded mess of fish.
With summer coming to a close and most of the farm bounty dwindling, now is the perfect time to use up the last of those veggies. These "bowls" use cue ball squash as the container for a quick saute of vegetables and some sausage. Topped with a quick roast tomato sauce and cheese- these squash bowls are perfect on their own, or as an appetizer to your meal.
Ghee and potatoes equal love! Cooking your potatoes in ghee will instantly make you a convert- the high smoke point of ghee and its flavor will take those spuds to the next level. Our Curry Spice ghee is perfect for this recipe, but any one of our flavors will yield amazing results.
The versatility of rice knows no bounds! Congee is a perfect fall and winter food; using rice and a large amount of water to make a porridge, this dish is warming, nourishing, and perfect for sweater weather. Using ghee in your congee will give it that extra layer of comfort and healing energy.
Octopus can seem intimidating, and for most people, they probably would never cook one in their home for that reason. I'm here to show you that it is indeed easier than it looks, but it does take a little more time and care. The results are definitely worth the extra minutes of cooking, and will be something that you can share with your dinner guests that will make their mouths water.