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    ZWT 6. This recipe is from James McNair's Rice Cookbook. I love the smell of the rosewater in this dish. I use a large nonstick saucepan for this dish.

    Recipe #425588

    ZWT 6. An Indian recipe by Revathy Kumar. We tried this and liked it very much. We had it with barbecued chicken that was seasoned simply with onion paste mixed with smoked paprika, salt and pepper, and a cucumber salad.

    Recipe #425405

    This recipe comes from Copeland Marks' book Sephardic Cooking. He attributes the recipe to the Calcutta area of India. He says that almost all the women there knew how to make them and that they are a popular snack to be served with coffee or tea. The authentic version uses a home-made type of string cheese, but you can substitute the kashkaval, mozzarella or cheddar listed below. I have made these several times, with different cheeses and they are quite good. If you use kashkaval, I suggest French feta. If you use a less strongly flavored cheese, I suggest Bulgarian feta. I freeze them and keep them on hand for unexpected guests. You just thaw them for an hour on a cookie sheet and then reheat them at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Prep and cooking time does not include one hour of refrigeration needed before assembling and baking.

    Recipe #423873

    I haven't tried this yet, but intend to make it this weekend, to be served with fish. I am sure it will be flavorful.

    Recipe #484694

    Easy and delicious. Not heavy on the spices.

    Recipe #484955

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sure sounds good. I will try it soon.

    Recipe #484957

    Delicious chicken dish. Nice served with sliced tomatoes on top and with basmati rice on the side. Preparation time does not include 30 min of marinating time.

    Recipe #484963

    A wonderful, easy and versatile dessert. You can use fresh fruit, like peaches, kiwi, berries or bananas, or canned fruit of just about any kind.

    Recipe #484959

    This is a Punjabi side dish which sounds really good. I intend to try it soon.

    Recipe #485225

    A quick and easy way to prepare green beans with an Indian flavor.

    Recipe #485233

    Easy and delicious carrot side dish with an Indian flavor.

    Recipe #485234

    Easy and delicious side dish with an Indian flavor.

    Recipe #485235


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