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    I learned how to make risotto at a cooking class in Italy, the day before my wedding. Risotto takes practice and patience, but even if the consistency isn't perfect, this recipe is delicious regardless.

    Recipe #489061

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I've had this recipe for quite a long time and I don't remember where it came from. This is one delicious soup though that I think you'll enjoy as much as I do.

    Recipe #477942

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    This recipe is taken from a 2001 edition of Good Taste

    Recipe #258004

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    Taken from Super Food Ideas.

    Recipe #389677

    Nothing fancy about this dish - just good eating. Round off with some feta cheese and crusty bread.

    Recipe #81968

    12 Reviews |  By chia

    nice vegetable lovers side dish.

    Recipe #72232

    26 Reviews |  By Rita~

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

    Recipe #91128

    7 Reviews |  By Anu

    I found this recipe on www.allrecipes.com, and altered it slightly, using lemon juice instead of vinegar. This is an unbelievably simple recipe that puts together the friendly flavours of couscous, chickpeas, plum tomatoes, and cucumbers, accompanied with the tang of lemon! This is great for quick meals when there's no time to spare!

    Recipe #31503

    This comes from a Spanish cookbook I own. I have made it using about 1/2 cup of jarred, roasted, marinated bell pepper strips instead of the pimientos mentioned, and that worked well. And yes, it is 11 cups of spinach-it cooks away so much!

    Recipe #98857

    In this easy to prepare side dish, yogurt softens the intensity of curry while allowing the spice to impart its distinct, aromatic flavor.

    Recipe #69035

    1 Reviews |  By Arwen

    My son loves this chilled, but it is great directly from the stove. I put it over basmati rice.

    Recipe #102206

    This is a delicious, easy Indian dish. As with all dishes of this type, I think it was even better the next day. This recipe is from one of my favorite cookbooks, "Lean and Luscious and Meatless" by Bobbie Hinman and Millie Snyder. I haven't made a single thing from their cookbook that wasn't tasty!

    Recipe #425037

    A very easy curry which doesn't take a lot of effort to prepare. It is low GI so will leave you feeling fuller for longer. It is quite a dry curry when made, I like to serve it over brown rice and then the next day eat the remainder cold wrapped in a chapatti with some sour cream.

    Recipe #206705

    This is a wonderful recipe from Whole Foods Market. Recipe can be cut down without a problem.

    Recipe #65619

    A great lentil recipe, to accompany curries, a wonderful blend of spices that is a great addition as a side dish to any Indian Curry. Made by memory after having watched the cook make this many times when I was a child. Serves 4-6

    Recipe #153866

    12 Reviews |  By Kimke

    "Dal" in Indian cooking refers to porridge like dishes made from dried legumes, usually split peas or lentils. Dal is often served in a thinned state as a soup, but equally often it will be a thick, hearty side dish. This is a thick dal, comprehensive and highly spiced enough to be the focus of a meal. From one of the Moosewood cookbooks. Prep time includes 2 hours for cooking dried split peas. Serve with rice and raita.

    Recipe #64224

    This is another great recipe from Moosewood. This is quick, easy and yummy. You can try it with other pasta shapes too. Add feta to the top and serve with tomatoes and balsamic vinegar.

    Recipe #166425

    This is a simple, tasty stew. The original directions calls for a short cooking time, but I think I cut the pumpkin a bit chunkier and cooked it much longer when I made it. Just make sure you don't cook it so long that the pumpkin disappears! This also freezes well.

    Recipe #329145

    Food & Wine. 1998.

    Recipe #300320

    4 Reviews |  By Az B

    The national dish of Algeria, from http://www.thegutsygourmet.net

    Recipe #424325

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