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    28 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A very fragrant Indian side dish! I just love the cardamom! Ghee can be bought in any supermaket if you want check out my recipe to make it. Check out this thread http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226770 on step x step pictures to make this.

    Recipe #55617

    A chunky sweet and tart condiment/spread made with blueberries, figs, and cranberries. Spiced with onions, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, and rosemary. Chutneys are traditionally served with curried foods, but do try this on ham, chicken, roast pork, wild game or your Thanksgiving turkey. Also nice on meat and cheese platters. Mix some chutney with cream cheese for a nice spread on crackers. Mix with some oil for a quick marinade or glaze meats at the end of cooking.

    Recipe #435211

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    An Indian dish that is so full of flavor. Serve over rice or with Roti. If not using baby eggplant just cut into large pieces and coat but being careful when cooking so they don't dissolve into the sauce. Tofu can be used in addition or substitution. Serve with recipe #55617 Take a look at this thread http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226782 for step x step of making this.

    Recipe #252964

    The pickled carrots are nicely seasoned with an aroma to delight. The Panch Phoron seed mixture consist of •Cumin seeds •Fennel seeds •Nigella seeds •Fenugreek seeds •Mustard seeds Makes great for gift giving or enjoy as a healthy snack.

    Recipe #460936

    Tulsi has many healing benefits. Relieves stress / adaptogen Bolsters immunity Enhances stamina Provides support during cold season Promotes healthy metabolism A natural immuno-modulator I infused it in honey to help soothe coughs and sore throats. From MP Bhattathiry (Retd. Chief Technical Examiner to the Govt. of Kerala, India) "Coughs: Tulsi is an important constituent of many Ayurvedic cough syrups and expectorants. It helps to mobilize mucus in bronchitis and asthma. Chewing tulsi leaves relieves cold and flu. Sore Throat: Water boiled with basil leaves can be taken as drink in case of sore throat. This water can also be used as a gargle coughs and sore throath." "Modern scientific research offers impressive evidence that Tulsi reduces stress, enhances stamina, relieves inflammation, lowers cholesterol, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, prevents gastric ulcers, lowers fevers, improves digestion and provides a rich supply of antioxidants and other nutrients. Tulsi is especially effective in supporting the heart, blood vessels, liver and lungs and also regulates blood pressure and blood sugar." Dr. Ralph Miller, former Director of Research for the Canadian Dept. of Health and Welfare. DISCLAIMER: These are only general guidelines as a first aid. It is always better to see a doctor depending upon the intensity of the case. The views expressed above are entirely those of the author. I'm ready for this coming cold season are you?

    Recipe #464314

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a blend of aromatic seeds. usually fried in oil or ghee before adding anything else to the pot, flavoring the oil and releasing the aroma of the oils in the seeds and causing them to pop in the pan. Other ingredients are added at this point, the mixture adding sweetness and bringing forward the flavors of vegetables like Bengali butternut squash, beef, fish or lentils.

    Recipe #445590

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A refreshing Indian dessert! Candied ginger is fresh ginger that's cooked in sugar syrup and crystallized. If you want to make your own Recipe #102933 but it is easily available at most grocery stores.

    Recipe #230938

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Got this from the yogitea sight. Use a food processor to slice the onions!

    Recipe #55432

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This recipe by Anjum Anand caught my eye. A vegetarian curry is made with butternut squash, chickpeas and the Bengali spice mixture, panch phoron (a blend of equal quantities of fenugreek, nigella seeds, fennel seeds, cumin and mustard seeds or celery seeds), also known as Bengali five-spice). I had most the ingredients so I was able to put it together quickly and easily. I did tweak to make the recipe work for us. Serve as a side or main over rice.

    Recipe #445628

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I have to thank Sharon123 for inspiring me to make this!!! If you like this check out her East Indian Cheese Log #48072. I wanted to make this but was snowed in, and made my alternative to it for a Christmas appetizer. And if I must say so quite interesting ! Impressive !!!!!!! You can replace the onions with 1/4 cup powdered sugar and use for topping for French toast or cake Filling!

    Recipe #49915

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Cloves, cinnamon and ginger - the 3 ingredients used is this recipe mixed with Kashmiri green tea and flavoured with cardamom is what helps you relieve headache.

    Recipe #176553

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Light, healthy,refreshing,cooling and comforting.

    Recipe #70552

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is an Indian dish high in Iron. I found this on line and tweeked a bit. Both tomatoes and spinach are good sources of iron. They complement each other. Not in just taste but work together to help the body absorb the iron.

    Recipe #138073

    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    It's just to yummy! Great this time of the year. You can pakage all the spices in a pretty bag or glass jar enclosed with directions. And give away! The picture displays not only the tea but the spices that make it.

    Recipe #47605

    26 Reviews |  By Rita~

    For all you chick pea lovers. With an Indian kick.

    Recipe #91128


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