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This a wonderfully full flavored, vegetarian curry. The recipe is adapted from a recipe that I received in an email from Vegetarian Times.

Recipe #84474

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

Recipe #81968

A popular Korean side dish. Also used in dishes like japchae (noodles) and babimbap (rice mixed with red pepper paste and veggies)

Recipe #30471

2 Reviews |  By franja

A lovely side dish for all you curry heads out there!

Recipe #175159

This is from the Shiva Indian Restaurant in Houston, Texas. Taken from Mastercook.

Recipe #158777

This quick-cooking vegetable accompaniment is best with tender, young spinach. Recipe from Fine Cooking

Recipe #110043

This is a recipe from The Stone House, a Bed and Breakfast in Chester, Ill. (By the way, Chester is the home of Pop-Eye the Sailor, so you'd better eat your spinach!)

Recipe #40875

This can accompany a roast or can be served as an appetizer or even main course in its own right.

Recipe #82034

This is great because it can be made up completely ahead and just bake it for 20 minutes for a terrific side dish.

Recipe #14415

This is a wonderful alternative to stuffing a turkey, the advantage of this recipe is that you can totally prepare the balls a day in advance and they freeze wonderful after baking that is if you have any left which you probably won't lol! --- I sometimes add in some finely crumbled cooked sausage meat or cooked crumbled bacon and chopped cranberries to these, I find that a 1-pound loaf of 2-3 day old bread is just the perfect amount to use for this recipe, although you might have a cup or more left over, I slice the bread into about 1-inch cubes --- don't wait until the holidays to make these they are a wonderful change from potatoes and *SO* good! :)

Recipe #65208

This recipe was inspired by a couple of East African dishes. Canned or fresh ingredients can be used.

Recipe #221826

If spinach scares you, this is one recipe that contains spinach that you do not have to be afraid of! It is so delicious that even my picky kids like it. My mother-in-law makes this for get-togethers and she passed the recipe on to me. You can also use Broccoli instead of the Spinach, which she does often, but I have never tried...it is great the way it is! She also eats this hot or cold, but I only like it hot :) Enjoy!

Recipe #25775


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