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    A great meatless/vegetarian main entree. Courtesy of Aarti Sequeira. Food Network. I found the need to use more gram masala. I also used 8 oz. can tomato sauce because I have done this is the past with my grilled chicken tikka masala recipe. I thought it worked well. I also simmered longer than the suggested 10 minutes. Serve over basmati rice or scoop it up with Naan UPDATE: 2/11/11. I made this for the 2nd time. I just can't get enough of it! I added 1/2 serrano chili for a bit of heat, oh my what a fabulous addition to this recipe!

    Recipe #446647

    6 Reviews |  By loof

    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!

    Recipe #482652

    A rich flavored curry-easy to make and not expensive. Can be thrown together at the last minute, a favorite also with vegetarians.

    Recipe #153915

    5 Reviews |  By chia

    this is similar to saag paneer, which i love to eat in indian restaurants. from food and wine, this is very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #111844

    4 Reviews |  By larchie

    We made this last night and it was fantastic; it came from a recent magazine recipe, but we made some changes (per reader feedback) and I wanted to jot down how I did it - it was very, very good, but keep in mind - you can't forget the lemon. It wasn't as good til we added lemon (which was supposed to be in there but I forgot). It is fairly spicey, I would adjust spice levels to taste. Also, serve this over basmati rice.

    Recipe #402229

    A friend sent me this. She used it as a side dish with chicken.

    Recipe #110214

    Have tried MANY Tandoori recipes, TRUE! This one found on the internet recent too! I think it is AWESOME and easy and can be! Would HIGHLY RECOMMEND to to all and to someone who has never made previously an Indian recipe! Always give credit where credit is due too! This recipe is my "THE ONE" for Tandoori now too! HINT: TIP: Definitely use the red coloring, TRUE! But be careful as it stains easily but doesn't not affect the tasting per se (other than the visual) too! http://panlasangpinoy.com/2010/11/09/how-to-cook-tandoori-chicken/ NOTE: I think it it more than 6 serves I marinated it overnight; not included in prep or cook time Used chicken thighs as thought would be better ....am normally a chicken breast person, but with this recipe, recommend the thighs If you cut serving pieces evenly and pound them, will make consistency in cooking easier too

    Recipe #484714

    This looked too good to pass up when I found it in Cooking Light magazine. I have not had the pleasure of trying it yet, but I will this summer! Serve over a bed of jasmine or basmati rice.

    Recipe #172673

    This recipe is from a stall in one of the street markets in Bangkok, Thailand.

    Recipe #474165

    Adapted (liberally) from Simply THAI Cooking, this is a favorite in our house, as testified by the badly stained page in my cookbook. Can also sub pork for the chicken. Change vege to suit your taste - green beans are nice instead of bok choy. Prep all ingredients, including the sauces, before starting to cook.

    Recipe #333164

    This is a great one dish, pan-asian meal and makes for a healthy, well-balanced lunch or dinner. The combination of the spicy, rich tofu and the fresh cool greens really makes the dish pop. Adapted from Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #433293

    For about 20 years this recipe was just a lovely memory. When DH was in grad school one of his professors invited the entire class and their families to enjoy a Filipino meal prepared by his wife, Priscilla. She fed about 50 of us seated on the floor in front of long rolls of paper! 20 years later, that professor is no longer at this school but my husband and his son-in-law now teach here. Rachel, Priscilla's daughter, shared her Mom's recipe with me. She has added slow cooker instructions to fit her busy lifestyle but it is still the same great flavor that her mom prepared for us over 20 years ago. Thanks Priscilla and Rachel!! **NOTES** - Cooking time 2 hours stove or 6 hours slow cooker. - Slow Cookers vary in cooking times - adjust according to your appliance. - Freezer instructions courtesy of Erindipity.

    Recipe #281472

    Yes, what else...another recipe using Mae Ploy's sweet chili sauce. This is a stovetop recipe, but am certain grilling would be wonderful. Should you want a superior sauce even to Mae Ploy's, see recipe #457035.

    Recipe #452784

    Sweet and a little spicy. Our basic condiment in the house. Very quick and simple to make. Based on the Lemon Grass Restaurant's cookbook "The Best of Vietnamese & Thai Cooking". We always have a jar on hand in the frig. Many different ground chili paste nomenclatures. If unsure, read the ingredients: red chili peppers, salt, vinegar, and sesame oil are basic to all of them. Usually in a clear plastic jar with a green or red plastic lid.

    Recipe #120670

    7 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is from a Chamber of Commerce cranberry cookbook put out by the local women of the Westport-Grayland area of the Washington coast, where cranberries are grown.

    Recipe #180929

    Courtesy of Everyday With Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #244346

    EASY EASY EASY!!! You want spicy and easy, this is your recipe! Warning...very spicy!

    Recipe #42638

    I can't take credit for creating this recipe but I wanted to share as this dish is unbelievably good. It was created by the Food Dudes who run a Food truck here in Toronto. It is pretty easy to prep and can be sped up even more if you purchase premade components from the grocery store. It really comes down to how much time you have to get it all together.

    Recipe #489335

    Goat cheese adds a tangy flavor to this spicy-sweet dish. Recipe is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #490366

    I got this recipe from a local hole in the wall Lebanese restaurant and tweaked it a bit. Best of both the sweet and savory worlds. As a time saver I keep a jar of this spice blend (Shawarma spice blend) on hand and just measure out 2 1/2 tsp of the combined mixture in order to make this recipe. For the frozen vegetables I use a combo of corn, peas, green beans and carrots.

    Recipe #408979

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