"The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you've got to have a what-the-hell attitude."

- Julia Child

Aloo Matar is a super delicious Indian dish made with potatoes, peas, and a yummy tomato sauce. Its really easy to make and really yummy to eat!

Sometimes a recipe comes around when after I make it all I want to do is eat it for every meal for the week ahead. This Dal is one of those recipes. To me its the perfect balance of spices, salt, and sour. It is an incredibly satisfying meal that fills me up and leaves me happy, dreaming of coconut milk and turmeric powder.

This is a super easy recipe you can put together on a weeknight for dinner. The spices blend together with the chickpeas making it a super filling and delicious meal, and the green chutney adds a little sweet and a little sour to balance out all the flavors!

This soup is full of delicious veggies, sour lime juice, creamy coconut milk, crunchy bean sprouts and you can make it as spicy as you like it with thai chiles! It has a lot of ingredients, but its actually super easy to put together!

Curried noodles and veggies? Yes please! You can make this recipe in under 30 minutes! Healthy, delicious, and super satisfying, you'll be happy you skipped take out and made it yourself!

You can easily make this curry on your stove top in an hour, or in a crockpot over four hours. Its a warm and hearty curry full of flavor and spices and can be served over rice or quinoa or you can just eat it on its own!

This is a super easy recipe to make and full of amazing flavor. Need to pack in your greens for the day? This curry will take care of that!

There's something about the flavors of Thai Yellow Curry that I just love - the creaminess of the coconut milk, the spices that warm you from the inside out, and the slow cooked veggies make me just happy. Forget takeout - here's how you make Thai Yellow Curry at home and just wait until you see how easy it is!

Korma is one of my FAVORITE things to get when I go out for Indian food. It's a little spicy, saucy, and so delicious. I've made a new version with a few substitutes that makes this a super tasty dinner on those cold winter nights!