Maldivians love curries. This egg curry is mildly spiced and the use of desiccated coconut makes the curry thicker. However, if you find making the curry paste is hard, you can use a good store-bought roasted curry powder. I have cooked this curry a few times to fine-tune the recipe. In Maldives, we have smoked tuna readily available and we tend to use some smoked tuna in most of our dishes. I have cooked this recipe without using the smoked tuna, and it turned out quite tasty as well. So for all my vegetarian friends who eat eggs this is a good curry to enjoy.
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Marie is such a well-established and recognised face in the Maldives food and hospitality industry, her presence is almost mandatory at any food-related event in the country. In a chat with Taste, Marie explained her role, offered advice to young women and looked back on the milestones of her career.
Eating nutritionally-packed food is the first step you can take to protect you and your family from the flu, cold, and other illnesses. While the COVID-19 outbreak is keeping you stuck at home, incorporate these immunity-boosting foods into daily diet to stay stay strong and healthy.
I was quite apprehensive since tuscan chicken is usually made with heavy cream and I had to substitute it with coconut milk, and I did not want the coconut milk flavour to stand out. Was pleasantly surprised at how well this turned out! The coconut milk added a perfect creamy texture and blended so well with all the other ingredients.
The temporary closing down of most of our favourite dine-in options may have left some of you overwhelmed. Fret not. Here is a list of some delivery options available within the Greater Male’ Area.