this recipe is from diane sawyer on good morning america. i havent tried it yet but wanted to post if for safe keeping. it looked so yummy on the show and so easy to make.
i got this aloo palak recipe from daawat.com, but have adjusted it slightly to my liking. it will serve two as a main course when served with naan bread or rice, or four as a side dish. if you like it a little milder deseed the chilies.
say good by to winter with the arrival of fresh asparagus brought to your table! when not in season, green beans may be substituted for the asparagus, or orange juice concentrate may be substituted for the fresh.
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.
my husband and i were a bit skeptical when we first saw this recipe, but we tried it and were amazed. the flavors blend together into something so yummy, you'll wonder why you didn't put these ingredients together to begin with! you could also top these
my family loves beef tips and gravy over egg noodles. here is a new twist to the traditional beef gravy version. the horseradish has a subtle flavor, so this dish can be served to kids and company alike. serve with a nice salad and you are good to go.
from clean start: inspiring you to eat clean and live well as found on the relish.com website. this made for a delicious main dish meal last night. if you don't have the beet greens, go ahead and substitute other greens: heirloom lettuce, arugula, watercr
these were a happy accident! i didn't have enough carrots so i had to use shredded apple. they turned out delish. in between a cookie and a scone. soft and cake like. plus-your house will smell delightful!!
this came from my mother who managed to grow two kids taller(and i mean taller!) then herself. we ate these carrots all the time! overall is a great snack that is tasty. i suggest to adjust to your taste, some like it soggy some not, just don't make it in
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