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    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    You might think I'm terribly quirky, but give this a shot... you won't regret it! I made this today afternoon when I felt like a quick and nutritious afternoon snack. I wanted to try something I'd never tried before, so I put this together, and to be honest, I was almost shocked that it tasted so good! :-)

    Recipe #42472

    5 Reviews |  By Anu

    This is a fantastic recipe for curried peas, spicy, flavourful and quick! Adjust the amount of red chili powder if you want to reduce the spiciness. If using fresh peas, you might need to add a little water to cook the peas. With frozen peas, additional water is not necessary.

    Recipe #42437

    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    This is my version of the fruit juice pudding recipe on the Minute Tapioca box. I omitted the sugar from the original recipe which I think is rather unnecessary. Topping the pudding with corn flakes adds a great crunch. Also add chopped nuts and dried fruit if you like. Note: Prep. time includes time taken for cooling.

    Recipe #42360

    1 Reviews |  By Anu

    Another one of my family's trademarks. There are several versions of vegetable-coconut stews native to south India, and this is one of my favourites. Feel free to substitute the carrots and cucumbers with a combination of vegetables, like zucchini, squash, pumpkin, etc. but remember to adjust the cooking times accordingly. Freshly grated coconut adds a special flavour to this recipe, so use that if possible.

    Recipe #42353

    9 Reviews |  By Anu

    Quick, because it's microwaved, and zingy because of the unsweetened orange juice! Try this for a healthy, nutritious and simply delicious start to your day!

    Recipe #41979

    8 Reviews |  By Anu

    Honestly, I don't even know if this qualifies as a recipe, but I tried this today and just HAD to share it with Zaar. Using peanut butter "altered" this way makes a little bit go a long way, without compromising on the taste. Look at the recipe, you'll know what I mean! AND, this dressing is relatively more low-cal than most other dressings.

    Recipe #39985

    5 Reviews |  By Anu

    Another fabulous recipe from www.meals.com. Use fresh, ripe tomatoes for a full flavour. This low-cal, heartwarming soup is great served with freshly toasted crusty bread.

    Recipe #34998

    4 Reviews |  By Anu

    Surprisingly, this is a pretty low-cal side dish! I made this last night when I just didn't know what to eat! I knew I felt "cheesy", and there was loads of corn at home, but I didn't feel up to an elaborate recipe, so I put this together and topped this dish over pita bread for a great dinner!

    Recipe #34624

    I had this fantastic soup tonight and was totally blown away by how flavourful it was! This is probably the best soup I've tasted, and what's better is that it makes a low-cal yet satisfying meal. Note: Using vegetable margarine makes this vegan. This is from www.meals.com

    Recipe #34571

    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    I made this last night after I wolfed down a whole lotta chocolate ice-cream, and started craving for something equally creamy, but a little less sinful! This dip is perfect as an accompaniment for a breakfast fruit bowl, though I like it best with a cold, firm apple! Note: Prep. time includes draining time in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #34119

    This is a rich South Indian sweet that my mom makes perfectly every time! Thertipaal is a type of "fudge" made of basically 3 ingredients: milk, milk powder, and sugar. It is often made during Indian festivals as a holy offering to the Gods. Unlike American fudges, this does not "set", and has the texture of rather gooey fudge. It is rather time-consuming, but well worth the effort! Caution: It's rather heavy on your tummy, so go easy on it... even though you won't want to stop eating this! :-)

    Recipe #33206

    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    Kaandha Poha is a traditional Indian (Maharashtrian) snack or vegetarian main dish that has several variations. In some orthodox families, this is a breakfast speciality! Poha = beaten rice

    Recipe #33025

    This 4-ingredient recipe is surprisingly yummy, while being pretty healthy too. It's great for those long days when you're hungry and tired and sleepy all at the same time and longing for a quick, simple, satisfying meal. I made this tonight after returning from college really late, and it gave me just the boost I needed!

    Recipe #32951

    9 Reviews |  By Anu

    This is a quick and hearty vegetarian meal for one that I cooked up tonight for dinner, and it doesn't call for a pizza base, sauce, or special cheeses! It's a bit "upside down", with yummy parmesan cheese in the crust, followed by a layer of sliced tomatoes, which acts as the "pizza sauce". A little bit of stove-top "crust"-making and a little pop in the oven, and your yummy, unconventional pizza is ready!

    Recipe #32921

    9 Reviews |  By Anu

    I made this adapting the recipe for biscuits on the Bisquick box, and really enjoyed the results. This is not a particularly sweet biscuit recipe, which makes it a wonderful accompaniment for your morning cuppa! You can experiment by adding chocolate chips in the batter for added sweetness, or increase the amount of sugar. This tastes best served warm with a pat of butter or maple syrup.

    Recipe #32057

    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

    3 Reviews |  By Anu

    Nuts, oats and seeds are combined here in a honey glaze. For added sweetness, mix in chocolate-coated candy pieces. Great for instant energy! Warning: This can be realllllly addictive, but indulge all you like, because this is healthy too! This is from www.meals.com.

    Recipe #31271

    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    I discovered pita bread at a new store here, and totally fell in love with it! After trying a few recipes on Zaar and posting a request on the message boards, I decided to make an attempt at originality, and came up with this for lunch today. Even if I do say so myself, it's reallllly yum :-) Try it, you won't be disappointed!

    Recipe #31270

    4 Reviews |  By Anu

    Honey-brown sugar glaze enhances the natural sweetness of carrots. Flecks of parsley add color and flavor. This recipe is sweet enough to be served as a healthy desert! But I don't suppose the kids would comply... :-) This is a good way to have your "dessert" and eat "healthy" too!

    Recipe #31213

    2 Reviews |  By Anu

    This is an easy and wonderful tasting recipe for a pretty-looking, low-cal side-dish. Fresh spinach is wilted, shaped into a bundle, and topped with a delicate honey-orange-pistachio dressing... and that's all there is to it; done in 15 minutes! Using pure maple syrup makes this vegan. This is from www.meals.com.

    Recipe #30993

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