Adapted from San Fransisco's Millenium Restaurant's Cookbook(which was posted in Color Me Vegan) and published in the Vegan's Daily Companion by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, this is rub your tummy good. Enjoy! (I didn't have saffron and this was still delicious. I also made this using cranberry pepper preserves and yum).
I visited a Whole Foods store in Conn. recently and tried their Masala rice and it was so good(the rice and the sauce were mixed together), I wanted to recreate the recipe at home. Not finding it in the Whole Foods site, I came across this recipe by Bobby Flay. The recipe for the Masala sauce came with the recipe for Basmati Pilaf with Peas, but I'm posting it separately. From Bobby Flay's Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Episode: Chicken Tikka Masala.
One of the best dips for crudites. Terrific with broccoli and cauliflower, and other hearty vegetables like carrots. If you use storebought mayonnaise, use the optional yogurt or sour cream to balance the sweet-salty taste. Enjoy!
Portobello curry? Yum! This calls for a spicy Madras curry powder. If you can't get any, try Recipe #174350. Enjoy! Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Feel free to add other vegetables to your liking!
All the spices make this a special dish with delicious flavors! From Bal Arneson - The Spice Goddess on the cooking channel. The stew can be eaten alone or with rice and it tastes perfectly spiced both ways. The fresh roasted coriander and the addition of oranges makes this a surprisingly light stew compared to the heavier texture and feel of traditional Indian Rajma/Chhole dishes.
This is from the show Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Episode: Chicken Tikka Masala. I posted this to go with the Masala Sauce(Bobby Flay), which I posted separately. I am trying to replicate a recipe I tried up in Conn. Enjoy!
A wonderful creamy mango chutney based honey mustard sauce to compliment sandwiches, wraps, good with fish and rice, and great as a dip with a little kick! Adapted from America's Most Wanted Recipes Cookbook by Ron Douglas. This recipe makes 1 1/2 cups(the original makes 3 cups), but can be easily doubled or even halved.
Part of the pineapple is pureed to make it into a sweet tart syrup, then cooked with chunks of pineapple, cayenne and black pepper to add a nice kick of heat. Great in curries and with salmon and rice. From the Fields of Greens cookbook, and inspired by Julie Sahni.
This is a quick and easy cheese and nut appetizer! If you don't have time to chill the mixute so it can be rolled into balls, serve it as a dip, garnished with nuts and additional chutney! Adapted from Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book.
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