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    This sauce is a creamy fragrant base for cooking mushrooms. I got this recipe for my husband (who adores mushrooms) from Neelam Batra's 1000 Indian recipes.

    Recipe #174931

    Cauliflower marinated in a spicy yogurt mixture and then grilled. A nice vegetarian option if you're tired of tofu and soy burgers during summer barbecues.

    Recipe #174919

    Usually stuffed veggies in Indian recipes are deep-fried, but pan-frying in this recipe works well too and it's healthier.

    Recipe #174897

    I found this recipe when I was looking to make some healthier flatbreads that were flavorful but that didn't involve frying or loads of ghee. I adapted this from Neelam Batra's 1000 Indian Recipes. It's really very simple to make since it involves no kneading, or messing up mixers and stuff.

    Recipe #174830

    This is good served on the side with a dal or curry, or as a finger food.

    Recipe #174737

    This is similar to regular baigan bharta, except it is made more decadent by the addition of cream.

    Recipe #174631

    I love okra but I don't like the slipperiness of it in several recipes. In this recipe, I pan-fry the okra first to seal the surface before adding it to liquids, which is when it seems to release its sliminess.

    Recipe #173237

    My husband loves this dish, and it's such a snap to make that he can make it himself. I have only lately become fond of Thai food, and yellow curry is my favorite, but I couldn't find many recipes for the same here. I found this on a Thai recipe site. It has a bright, sunny color and a lovely flavor...though I keep it a bit timid, but you can add some more chilies for more heat.

    Recipe #154375

    This is my version of my mom's recipe that was made for us so often while growing up. This is sort of the Indian cousin of the risotto, since the rice grains are not separate but cooked to a porridge-like consistency. It is immensely flavorful even in the simple version I have written, but you can make a heartier version by adding extra veggies to it too. My mom used to add carrots, potatoes, and peas to it sometimes. It's delicious with pickles or a simple vegetable curry, but can be eaten by itself with a dab of butter to make it even more creamy. You'll find there is nothing too distinctive about the ingredients in this recipe, but the technique of cooking is what makes this dish decidedly different from regular pilafs etc.

    Recipe #131214

    This is not your garden-variety salmon pie. A savory crust, creamy-rich filling topped with a velvety dill sauce is hearty enough to make a one-dish meal. This recipe would work equally well with tuna.

    Recipe #129536

    The crunchy walnuts and zesty blue cheese add a great twist on the conventional potato salad. I have not included the time for chilling in the prep time.

    Recipe #129392

    These kebabs are made exceptionally silken and smooth by being made fine in a blender, and then kneaded in a dough-like fashion. The result is a smooth, soft, melt-in-the-mouth pattie.

    Recipe #128898

    These are cute, dainty little appetizers that would make an impressive presentation for a special occasion. I got this recipe from my sister who is fully vegetarian.

    Recipe #128581

    This is a mild Indian side-dish or snack that is bursting with flavor, although not as robust in spices as most Indian dishes are - making it perfect for the uninitiated.

    Recipe #128467

    These patties have a lovely blend of Indian spices, with a soft, almost-creamy interior and a crispy coating. You can sandwich them between burgers for a nutritious vegetarian burger, or dip them into a green chutney. I have not included it in the recipe but I really REALLY suggest adding about 1/4cup cooked soft chana dal to the patties - the firm texture of the chana against the soft texture of the patties is wonderful.

    Recipe #128466

    This is a substantial, thick soup - rich and satisfying and makes for a hearty one-pot meal.

    Recipe #126643

    These are cheesy in the GOOD way - a delicious savory muffin with flavors piqued by paprika and herbs of your choice.

    Recipe #126633

    A distinctly Middle-Eastern dip known as Baba Ghanouj with a robust flavor of tahini blending with the smoky flavor of eggplant - makes a very inviting, exotically-flavored appetizer.

    Recipe #126620

    Chana dal (or bengal gram) is my favorite variety of lentil, and together with spinach with a wonderful blend of spices in this dish, makes for a very wholesome, nourishing meal.Prep time does not include time for pre-soaking lentils. (Note: this is a rather dry lentil dish, if you prefer the more wet, soupy variety then you could opt for another recipe with chana dal that I have posted: #83985)

    Recipe #126616

    Lend a nutty, earthy taste to potatoes by flavoring it with roasted poppy seeds. Be sure to use the creamy white poppy seeds and not the black ones that are used in breads and baking. This dish has a distinctly delicious taste, rather different than that of the regular Indian potatoes made with either cumin or mustard seeds.

    Recipe #126612

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