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    Matt makes this yummy dal from a book called A Little Taste of India. It is similar to Dal Makhani, so if you like that you should like this, too. It has great authentic flavour. We use ghee for the oil, but we'll leave it up to you.

    Recipe #340098

    This is my favorite dessert to make when cooking Indian food. The sweet & creamy taste is a delicious end to a hot & spicy meal. I posted this recipe in 2004 and can't believe that here it is 2007 and no one has yet ventured trying it! Go Ahead, it's really delicious!!! :)

    Recipe #101085

    This is my family's favourite butter chicken recipe - it came about after my youngest son stayed at a friends house and they bought Indian take-away. Youngest says this is just like the one he had at his friend's. This is one of favourite dishes. Although quite often thought to be an Indian dish this recipe was actually developed in the UK.

    Recipe #86753

    A nice spicy Indian chickpea recipe. I know, I know. The beans come from a can. Yeah, yeah. But I was so hungry, and I was in a hurry! Remember this little dish the next time you're short on time, too! To serve as a vegetarian main dish, increase the quantity. Reheats well, too.

    Recipe #25632

    Native to South America, quinoa is rich in fiber, protein and other nutrients. This is a lovely variation on the more common rice pudding and is best served warm. The final product is firm and can be sliced. Top with your favorite fruit and this dessert makes for a terrific breakfast. Since I tend to not like my desserts very sweet, I usually make this with 2/3 cup sugar or a combination of sugar and Splenda. (For Core followers, you can make this Core bu skipping the currants and nuts, and replacing the sugar with Splenda. Add the Splenda towards the end to avoid the artificially sweetened taste.)

    Recipe #137505

    This is another amazingly simple recipe from Everyday Italian. I LOVE grilled fruit....it just makes the flavors of the fruit "pop." This isn't one of those "do ahead" deserts, it needs to be served as soon as it is prepared......but you can prep ahead by slicing the pineapple, and mixing up the mascarpone mixture and the Nutella mixture, and having them ready. Or, if your house is like mine, the kitchen is where everyone hangs out anyways...so put them to work mixing stuff while you grill the pineapple. Would also be great dessert for a summer barbecue, since the pineapple could be grilled outside on the grill.

    Recipe #109938

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    From Food Network, Guy's Big Bite, Nomadic Dishes. I use boneless, skinless chicken breasts. [Sometimes I cheat and marinate the chicken as the recipe calls for but then just bake the chicken. I then make wraps with the chicken, Tzatziki sauce, fresh spinach leaves, chopped tomato, thinly sliced onion and store bought flat bread.] The Tzatziki sauce is very good. You can substitute 1 1/2 - 2 t. garlic powder if you do not have fresh garlic cloves. I also sometimes use fresh dill or 1/2 t. dried dill in place of the fresh mint leaves.

    Recipe #363866

    Goes well with curried dishes.

    Recipe #54607

    This recipe appeared in the Chicago Tribune on 4/17/02. The dish has turned out to be extremely popular but be advised that it's very spicy when the recipe proportions are adhered to. Unless you want a super-hot dish, I recommend cutting back on the ground red pepper in the marinade. It may also be a good idea to remove the seeds and veins from the jalapeño chile in the sauce.

    Recipe #25587

    140 Reviews |  By najwa

    For the Vegetarian version: use your favorite veggies, omit the cinnamon stick. This is my sister's recipe (Thank you Najla! XOXO), she made it on the stove top. It's really yummy!!

    Recipe #24139

    Creamy and rich, a delight to eat. A dish I fell in love with at a local restaurant and adapted a recipe to closely resemble theirs.

    Recipe #25348

    This stew can also be made successfully in a crockpot on low for about 8 hours. Adjust all spices to taste. To make this into a vegetarian dish use vegetable broth. This is a hearty full-flavored dish rich in nuts and spices and sweetened with currants.

    Recipe #180816

    I prefer this meatless, but you may also add tuna if you want - either 2 well-drained cans or a seared tuna steak. From Shape Magazine (June 2005)

    Recipe #123717

    A creamy vegetarian Indian dish. This is also great with lamb if you don't need it to be vegetarian. Adapted from The Classic 1000 Indian Recipes.

    Recipe #83491

    Adjust the cayenne to control how hot you want this. You may also add in chopped fresh jalapeno. I usually serve over rice or polenta.

    Recipe #100525

    Recipe #6584

    A simple salad.

    Recipe #172618

    102 Reviews |  By najwa

    This doesnt taste exactly like arabian pita, but it is close. So quick and easy, and tastes better with arabian dishes (hummous, falafel, shawerma, etc). I make it when i can't get arabian pita, great with "fooll muddames" as well. This is my Mom's recipe.

    Recipe #17977

    This is a recipe that I adapted from a recipe my MIL made while I was in India. It is FABULOUS, and is even served for breakfast quite often in her house! (I could eat it for every meal LOL) I donut know the actual name of the chilies they use, but at home I generally use either 2 of the small chiles labeled "hot green chiles" from the market, or I use serranos. The ginger I generally just run over my microplane.

    Recipe #116878

    A combination of recipes from CuisineCuisine.com, cliveb on CheftoChef.net, Askachef.com and Epicurious.com

    Recipe #115292

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