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Savour the Summer with our Favourite Malabar Fish Curry Recipe

Savour the Summer with our Favourite Malabar Fish Curry Recipe
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Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and there’s a fresh new summer dish on our menu to celebrate the start of the summer season. Malabar Fish Curry is one of our favourite dishes for summertime. It’s easy to prepare on those busy summer days or nights when you’re out enjoying the best time and […]

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The Mighty Little Lentil: Red Lentils, a Sula favorite

The Mighty Little Lentil: Red Lentils, a Sula favorite
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1 Pot Meals – huge fan, can’t say enough about them. There’s nothing more pleasing then getting all of your ‘nutritional requirements,’ or simply staving off hunger with something that fits in one pot.  Not that I’m discriminating against say 3 pot meals but for the added bonus of reheating everything the next day in […]

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Kofta Dil Bahar: veggie dumplings bathed in iconic butter sauce

Kofta Dil Bahar: veggie dumplings bathed in iconic butter sauce
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To follow up on my comment the other day about how it feels as though it’s not really Winter in Vancouver right now and how it should be Spring, I take it all back. I could complain about the lovely coolness we’re currently experiencing  but instead, I’m going to partake in an opportunity to warm […]

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For the love of a caramelized onion: Sula’s Secrets

For the love of a caramelized onion: Sula’s Secrets
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Despite how there’s no snow outside, it’s actually lovely out and how, sometimes, we can sneak out without a coat, it’s still technically Winter (I feel like I’ve made note of this before). That soup/stew/heavy-warm dish you look forward to around noon type season. Curry, is something I personally crave on a regular basis, regardless […]

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Just cause it’s wicked cold outside… Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

Just cause it’s wicked cold outside… Mulligatawny Soup Recipe
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It’s funny how, myself included, people are taken aback by how incredibly cold it is outside.  The other day a friend of mine commented on how Chinese New Year is suppose to coincide with a swap in wardrobe for something less Winter like. Albeit, it’s still Winter here and elsewhere in the country,  so why […]

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Christmas Gift Idea: Chai Spice Kits

Christmas Gift Idea: Chai Spice Kits
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Last year I decided to do something different for Christmas gifts, I put together bags full of homemade cookies, chocolates, spiced nuts, chai spice kits and gift cards to some of my favourite restaurants. Figured that a culinary gift pack would be well received amongst my family and friends. So, this year as I scramble […]

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Cinnamon is not just for buns…

Cinnamon is not just for buns…
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Often when I think of cinnamon, I think about cinnamon buns, the ones with thick cream cheese icing.  It’s perhaps unfortunate that such a versatile spice is associated with a sweet, sticky and a relatively unhealthy healthy snack (although I must admit it’s one of my faves). In Indian cuisine, cinnamon is used everywhere. As […]

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Cumin, the smoky spice Sula Indian Restaurant loves + Raita recipe

Cumin, the smoky spice Sula Indian Restaurant loves + Raita recipe
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Read the next sentence then close your eyes for a moment. Imagine you’re seated in a cool, airy space, where soft music is mixed in with distant chatter, laughter and of course, candlelight.  Your meal is served, it might be chicken, lamb or perhaps it’s fish or beef. There might be tomatoes, or eggplant, maybe […]

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Facts about turmeric + Sula’s Coconut Chicken Recipe:

Facts about turmeric + Sula’s Coconut Chicken Recipe:
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Vancouver doesn’t exactly have the climate required to cultivate one of Sula’s Indian Restaurant’s favorite spices, Turmeric. Note: turmeric requires a moist environment that has a temperature above 20°Celsius minimum year round.   What Vancouver does have is a vibrant culinary community who can truly appreciate all of its magic. Turmeric is the type of spice […]

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Kitchen spices at Sula: Star Anise + Vegetable Biryani Recipe

Kitchen spices at Sula: Star Anise + Vegetable Biryani Recipe
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Spice How To: Star Anise – It’s pretty, and very useful. Common question, how do you use Star Anise? Do you break it apart? Grind it? Would you use just one, or several? Star Anise is visually attractive and mysterious. Grown on evergreen trees in Vietnam and southwest China, star anise is a fruit that’s […]

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