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    Recipe from http://www.indianfoodforever.com and posted here for ZWT8. Sounds yummy

    Recipe #484942

    Based on a recipe from the April 2004 issue of Saveur magazine, featuring an article on Madhur Jaffrey’s cookbook, Indian Passages. The intro to the recipe in the magazine says, “In testing this Sri Lankan recipe from author Jaffrey’s book, we found that the cooking time for the carrots may vary according to the variety and freshness of the vegetables.”

    Recipe #453796

    This recipe has spinach, black mustard, tomatoes, and green chilies.

    Recipe #439037

    from Monisha Bharadwaj. Posting for ZWT8- India

    Recipe #482108

    A recipe from Ethné de Vienne with Ricardo. Posted for ZWT8 India

    Recipe #485257

    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.

    Recipe #454185

    ZWT 6. This recipe is from James McNair's Rice Cookbook. I love the smell of the rosewater in this dish. I use a large nonstick saucepan for this dish.

    Recipe #425588

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    Found on alleasyrecipes.com. Posted for ZWT8- India.

    Recipe #482965

    ZWT 6. An Indian recipe by Revathy Kumar. We tried this and liked it very much. We had it with barbecued chicken that was seasoned simply with onion paste mixed with smoked paprika, salt and pepper, and a cucumber salad.

    Recipe #425405

    I wanted something with pulses and millet for breakfast, so put together several different recipes for upma and moong dal and developed this one. You can either add some fresh baby spinach or chopped chard or whatever vegetable you like. It's also good to use up leftover vegetables.

    Recipe #384903

    Based on a recipe from www.manjulaskitchen.com. My DH found this recipe after searching the Internet for crispy French fries to include a technique that makes them explode; this particular recipe piqued his interest and now these are my favorite homemade French fries! These aren’t DH’s favorites because they didn’t explode! He’s SOL, I guess! The site says they are great with cocktails or as an appetizer. Give DH another cocktail! Lol! You can also make them a few hours before serving; just heat the fries in oven at 350°F for seven to ten minutes before serving. Variations: 1) replace dry mint with dry fenugreek leaves; 2) feel free to experiment! For citric acid we used lemon juice although the next time (tomorrow I’m hearing from DH) we’ll use the Vitamin C powder (ascorbic acid) that I purchased for cooking. Story: when DH asked me the first time he made these what he could use for citric acid I immediately thought liquid, not knowing the batter required it in powder form – I was at my desk on food.com after all, sheesh. After showing him the powder form tonight, now he wants to try these again! Tomorrow! Okay, enough with our family drama, here’s the recipe….

    Recipe #451121

    A spicy lemony soup from South India. Drink it plain, or pour over rice. Also good combined with yogurt. You can substitute 2 lemons or 2 limes instead of one of each. Prep time listed assumes you have some pre-cooked dal handy in the freezer or fridge.

    Recipe #483977

    6 Reviews |  By loof

    This addictive snack is so easy to make! Recipe found at myrecipes.com 9/3/12 edited to add....thanks to the first reviewer for finding my mistake....it should be 4 cans of chickpeas (not 1)....should be corrected now!

    Recipe #482652

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 - India. This recipe was found on Indian Food Forever. I have just discovered recently that I enjoy cooked radishes. This sounds very tasty and I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #482290

    A tangy spicy soup from South India served in a cup or over rice. Nice with yogurt too. This is a family recipe. Timing assumes that your dal is pre-cooked. I always keep some cooked dal in the freezer, ready to use.

    Recipe #483976

    I love tapioca and this is a delicious sounding recipe from the Spices of India website. Posting for ZWT 8 India

    Recipe #483517

    This is a spicy rice and lentil Indian dish. In the south of India, you eat this to celebrate the harvest. It comes from a cookbook called Cook and See that I got on a trip to India. Very hard for most Americans to dicepher the instructions so I'm writing it out in a more user-friendly way.

    Recipe #450094


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