When you don’t know what to make for dinner

I didn’t know what to make for dinner, but that’s EXACTLY why I created the Flavor Crash Course—to eliminate this problem! :) See…I got home from my Christmas vacation in Nashville, and there was no food in my fridge. Luckily, in the spirit of Christmas, the week before, I purchased a cured ham nugget (basically…

Poha: A Savory Indian Brunch

This year for my birthday, one of my best friend’s, Heather, came over, and we made poha for brunch. As an added surprise, Heather brought mimosas, and we filmed the entire thing for YouTube, which was a blast. You can watch the video at the bottom of this post. You know, one thing I’ve noticed…

Beef Bulgogi | Revived Kitchen

Beef Bulgogi (Korean Stir Fry in 25 min)

Korean Beef Bulgogi begins with a marinade, and results in tender, juicy, slightly sweet, slightly salty pieces of beef steak. Simple but highly flavorful and made in minutes. This post will be short because I’m behind this week, and I actually have to eat and run to church here in about 20 minutes. Some really…

Spiced Indian Chickpeas

Spiced Indian Chickpeas was the very first Indian dish I learned to cook when I was 18. It is still one of my absolute favorites because not only is it easy to cook, but it boasts INCREDIBLE flavor. The flavor deepens over time, and it’s a warming, comforting dish. You can enjoy this as a meal…

Saag Paneer

Saag Paneer is one of my favorite vegetable dishes. It’s an Indian recipe I’ve been making for about four or five years now, and every time I make it, someone asks me for the recipe. The word “saag” refers to any Indian dish made with leafy greens, such as spinach, mustard greens, collards, or basella.…