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    This is incredibly delicious, and super healthy. This is adapted from Julie Sahni's "Classic Indian Cooking". It has less salt and oil than the original and less liquid - this dish is traditionally served like a stew, but I like it more saucy. If you prefer a soup, just add 1 more cup of water. To make this a more protein rich vegetarian meal, it's yummy with a can of chickpeas added along with the tomatoes. For the potatoes, use 1 large or 2 small potatoes. You can serve with basmati rice, bread or just inhale it directly from the bowl. This makes 4 main dish portions, or 6-8 as a side dish.

    Recipe #450746

    2 Reviews |  By Dre S

    Small adaptation to a yummy vegan recipe from How it All Vegan, 10th Anniv Ed. Very healthy and a good meatless protein source if you use high protein tofu like I do. Any extra firm tofu works though. You need a large, wide pan for this.

    Recipe #419364

    1 Reviews |  By Dre S

    I always loved enchiladas and played around with this to make it healthy. It's super yummy and very versatile - you can mix it up to your taste. You can make it a day or two in advance and then just pop it in the oven, so it's become my favorite dish to make for new parents. One time saver is you can just substitute a box of mexican-style rice for the rice and seasonings - it will still be great. You can also add more or less cheese to taste.

    Recipe #412298

    1 Reviews |  By Dre S

    Very healthy and delicious. My kids love it!

    Recipe #410708


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