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    Chanchil's Indian Recipes

    Delicious recipes from a dear friend of the family who so generously shared her secrets with grateful friends. The style or seasoning mix combination is from the Punjab region of India. The spicy "heat" of most of the dishes can be adjusted by the amount of cayenne pepper and jalapeno peppers you use in the recipe. Most of the posted recipe ingredients in this cookbook make the dishes medium spicy. Thanks Chanchil!

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    This recipe is from one of my new favorite cookbooks, Extending the Table. The notes on this recipe say that this Swahili dish is served by a restaurant in the heart of Nairobi. I have only modified it to make the recipe fit into Zaar format, to preserve the authenticity of the recipe. This is a very mild, very easy to make curry.

    Recipe #229821

    I use red potatoes for this since I prefer the waxy taste, you can substitute for russet if you like a more floury texture. I serve these with my parmesan peppercorn dressing Recipe #274443. EDIT: If you prefer crunchy potatoes, you can increase the temperature to 400-450F half way through.

    Recipe #274289

    A delicious recipe from a dear friend of the family who so generously shared her secrets with grateful friends. The style or seasoning mix combination is from the Punjab region of India. The spicy "heat" of this dish can be adjusted by the amount of cayenne pepper and jalapeno peppers you use, this recipe as shown is about medium spicy. Note in step #2 the key to a delicious sauce is to stir constantly. I use skinless/boneless chicken. This can also be used for lamb, pork or beef. When using the other meats, the most economical cuts can be used, though fat and grisle should always be removed before cooking, for best results. Great served with or over the Indian rice dish, Plauta.

    Recipe #165064

    I received this recipe from dear friends of our family. For years, they generously entertained us westerners with their traditional family recipes and finally after so many requests they made a recipe book as a gift to all their very grateful friends. The recipes, including this one are from the Punjab region of India. This rice dish is a traditional Indian recipe and is a great addition to any curry dish. This rice dish may seem a little more difficult than some, but it is well worth the effort.

    Recipe #165065

    Another wonderful Indian recipe from the Punjab region of India, courtesy of dear family friends. The spiciness of this recipe can be adjusted by adding/subtracting the amount of jalapeno peppers and the cayenne pepper. This dish as posted is a medium "heat".

    Recipe #165230

    This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #165063

    A recipe from the Punjab region of India. This is a great dessert to complete any Indian curry meal.

    Recipe #165066


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