this chutney is very spicy - not sugary as most western chutneys. kashmiri chilli powder is much milder than regular chilli powder so adjust that if you don't have it. try and use a red onion if you don't have shallots.
a hearty flavorful exotic bean and vegetable stew.
really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
this recipe is from a very very well renowned indian chef.
this is the lentil curry that subru uncle(our chef at home in muscat for the last 13 years!) makes almost thrice(or more) a week! my dad simply loves this lentil curry. he says he can have this 365 times a year, every single day, and be really happy! this
this interesting paratha is wonderful on cold winter nights, and is one of my favourite comfort foods. parathas always bring back memories of delhi winters with my cousins, long nights of talking, playing board games, and just having fun! you can adjust t
this makes an interesting and tasty alternative for indian meals (or any other type of meal that strikes your fancy). you can easily control the heat factor by your choice/amount of chiles. from madhur jaffrey's quick and easy indian cooking, posted for
yet another variation on a theme - adapted from australian table magazine
the name says it all...absolute must for all the mushroom lovers out there...smooth as silk gravy!!
this chai tea is a steamy sip of bliss. it's simple to make, and it infuses your home with an intoxicating aroma while it's brewing on the stove. this recipe is an adaptation of one by dr. anisha abraham that appeared in the washington post.
the way we cook chicken traditionally at home is this way :) got this recipe from the "femina" magazine.
come summer time and mangoes it is in my house! we enjoy making this one quite alot. hope you too do!
i originally found this recipe in a dutch language curry cookbook, but have changed it up somewhat. it tastes great, is quick and easy to prepare, is an entire meal, and not much to clean up afterwards. i would say the leftovers taste terrific cold the fo
this is a version of a casual pie made with white sugar instead of brown sugar..in the older cookbooks, cooks created this pie right in the crust...this is a wonderful version...enjoy!!you will need a recipe for 1 crust pie..unbaked
i can't go too long without eating indian food. i need it for survival. it's one of my basic food groups! :) have this with some hot chapatis and a few chilies, and some dal soup! you'll have sweet dreams that night.
garam masala is an indian spice mix that can include up to 12 different ingredients, such as cinnamon, clove, cardamom, cumin and fennel. this recipe uses the blend to give flaky biscuits a complex flavor and mild heat. the biscuits are then filled with a
in the southern regions of india vegetable salads are often made with finely chopped vegetables. many of the salads often contain hot pepper, which really add a spark.
my mom snowbirds in arizona every year and she got this from a lady who makes indian tacos to sell at county fairs, etc. it's authentic and, by far, the best indian fry bread i've ever eaten. it's also very soft and easy to work with. it makes enough t
my coworker, amit, brings this curry to all of our potlucks, and it disappears immediately. i was lucky enough to get the recipe from his wife.
has lots of spices and a little bit of heat from the scotch bonnet. very caribbean. served either hot or cold, easily prepares in advance for when you need it.
these are addictive! this is also popularly served in hotels with the name - tava dhingri. very popular with those who love to eat mushrooms, like myself, but, few know how to cook this up:) a real tasty indian dry vegetable worth every effort!
the idea of combining curry with sweet potatoes, red peppers and pineapple intrigues me. saving this to try soon.
taken from the ultimate vegetarian cookbook, roz denny, 1994, anness publishing ltd., page 18. this soup has a great flavor and creamy texture, but doesn't have the fat that cream or half and half has. makes a great first course or light meal. i am goi
this is a simple, lovely dahl using brown rice, lentils, split peas and green peas. i found this recipe in an old weight loss book and adapted it for my own use. to make meal vegan, just omit the yoghurt garnish.
this addictive snack is so easy to make! recipe found at myrecipes.com 9/3/12 edited to add....thanks to the first reviewer for finding my mistake....it should be 4 cans of chickpeas (not 1)....should be corrected now!
jamie and i own a graphic design business. one of our clients owns a persian restaurant with a terrific hummas appetizer. this inspired us to try our own hand at it. after trying many recipies, we've created this version with an array of the ingredients
this was taught to me last year by my mom's elder sister, bindu d. kapoor. this is a nutritious breakfast and well worth the effort. diabetics may also have this. a cup of tea on the side and this is the perfect start to your day. enjoy!
here is a easy simple curry that will leave your mouth watering for more...this has been modified for weight watchers. the pot equals 20 points.that would be 7 points for 1 cup of chole.
wonderful recipe for rajasthani curry from northern india...but very neutral flavour that would appease someone who is reserved about experimenting with exotic foods. to reduce spice, remove seeds from peppers...leave them in for the full effect!
very similar to the indian dessert kheer. you can substitute coconut milk, almond milk or soymilk for the skim milk for different flavors!
i made this for my children when they wanted donuts for breakfast and i didn't want to get out just as my mother did for me growing up. it's inexpensive and quick to make. my friends and i now enjoy them with our morning coffee get togethers. the biscuits
this recipe is one i hold very close to my heart because of the fun i had while cooking it and because they were just born out of my mind! i wanted to initially make potatoes with fresh curry leaves for the seasoning, but while chopping the potatoes, i re
this is different than a traditional lassi in that it doesn't include yogurt. it is something like a thin milkshake with a bit of spice. recipe is from vegetarian planet. there is also a variation to make it a warm drink.
this traditional western indian dish is a nice change from the tandori chicken commonly available in indian restaurants. i haven't tried this recipe yet. recipe published in the montréal gazette, wednesday august 24, 2005...marnating time is not included
supriya's family are from secunderabad in the state of andhra pradesh. this is one of supriya's mother's traditional recipes. i have not tried it yet but plan to very soon.
simply wonderful!! this is from anjali vellody's foodcourt column of the weekend magazine. hope you enjoy it.
i collected recipes for a number of years, but failed to write down the source of this one.
the warm distinctive flavor of cumin will make your kitchen a fragrant haven as this cooks. the flavor of cumin is just delicate enough not to be too assertive or pungent in this dish. this is another in the collection of chicken recipes i have acquired t
this can be made mild or spicy, depending on the type of curry powder you use. serve on steamed rice or your favorite cooked pasta.
these wonderful appetisers were submitted by k. varna, a 13 yr. old to young times and won this little gem the title of 'chef of the week' for the first week of may. enjoy this little one's creation to the max!
this can easily be an appetizer or main dish served with basmati rice and garlic naan.
a recipe i found on www.food-india.com website. there are several other chai recipes posted to this site, but none have quite the lineup of spices that are included in this recipe, which i really liked a lot.
i spent a considerable of time in the fijian islands and fell in love with the type of food the
this is my favourite beans recipe ever, from a supermarket recipe card of all places. it's absolutely wonderful and seems to work just as well with other types of beans ie pinto or cannellini. as i'm too lazy to soak dried beans overnight, i use can
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