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    Another simple but delicious recipe from the Indian Government more than 45 years ago, these Pakoras are delightful served by alone or with with Recipe #99318 either as a snack or as an appetizer.

    Recipe #99409

    This is another simple recipe from a publication of the Indian government dating from at least 45 years ago. It is intended to be served with pakoras or curry. It would be particularly good with a lamb curry.

    Recipe #99318

    A sandwich designed for my wife, Karin. It is a bit expensive, but it is just wonderful. I recommend it on an Italian-style roll while my wife uses sliced stone ground whole wheat bread. It is a tasty sandwich with a nice glass of wine.

    Recipe #99170

    This is a semolina halwa based on a recipe issued by the Indian Government more than 45 years ago. It is simple, buttery and not too sweet. We prefer this family favorite to other versions, such as those posted on Recipezaar, which you should try also. We hope this version will be your favorite, too.

    Recipe #99036

    This is my recipe derived from an Indian recipe that only suggested ingredients. I have experimented with this recipe since about 1958. This is its present incarnation.

    Recipe #98954

    My research indicates that this recipe originated with Chef Ken Hom. It was pubished in his excellent (out of print) book Chinese Technique, which deserves republication. It is one of my favorite things, and I always make it when I can find bitter melons. They are not always easy to find. Try it, you will like it.

    Recipe #98611


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