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if you enjoy a curry this is a good chutney to make. it will keep for ever ( if you haven't used it ) make it in advance and allow the flavour to develope. don't just eat this with curry, it goes well with cheese and cold meats too.
when i first learned to cook... (more than 60 years ago!) my mother wrote out a recipe for brownies on the back inside cover of her cookbook "all about home baking" copyright 1933. on the inside cover, she wrote, "to barbara with loving memories, mother.
a recipe i created that's almost like a cross between calzones and burritos. i sometimes serve these with hot marinara sauce if i want to satisfy a pizza craving, as it's a great healthy substitute for that.
this recipe came from an article in the tribune's food & drink weekly guide about a wonderful cookbook called "cooking up a storm - recipes lost and found from the times-picayune of new orleans." judy walker, the newspaper's food editor, started the "
these are a crispy, savory fried "pancake" which i serve with a yellow split pea soup. the original recipe came from a consumer reports rice cookbook which i've liberally changed. i fry them on cast iron, because it holds the heat best. whatever pan yo
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