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    I made this for the first time today and it turned out great. I have just estimated the measurements. If this sounds too spicy to you, please decrease the amount of spices

    Recipe #206220

    This is more of a tip than a recipe. But the soup turned out real good and so, want to have the recipe on hand. Adjust the seasons to your taste. Maybe you could add chopped bell peppers - I personally do not like the taste of overcooked peppers

    Recipe #196124

    9 Reviews |  By Sana

    I have had this recipe for some time now. I love this dal - it tastes soooo good. If you want to cut down on the calories, you can omit the cream - it will still taste very good.

    Recipe #195571

    I wanted to make paneer in a different way than usual. This turned out real good. I have had this recipe for a long time. Note: The seeds used in the seasoning are available in Indian grocery stores in a mixture called "Paanch Puran" which really means five types of seeds. You can use tese if you do not have them individually in store

    Recipe #195570

    I wanted to try something "new". So, I cooked this up.

    Recipe #181388

    A Pizza snack.. More of a tip than a recipe

    Recipe #169232

    2 Reviews |  By Sana

    I thought about posting this recipe after Chef Kate reviewed my recipe of green chutney - Green Chutney ( Indian Mint - Cilantro Chutney )Recipe #156498. This is a sandwich sold on Indian streets and made in many hopes in India.

    Recipe #168878

    Well, I made this today afternoon for lunch and it was pretty good.

    Recipe #168148

    5 Reviews |  By Sana

    I make this once a week. A quick lunch vegetable. It really tastes good. It is very similar to other vegetables I cooks, so bear with me. Please adjust the spices to your liking

    Recipe #166775

    A great tasting dish from the southern part of India.

    Recipe #166441

    14 Reviews |  By Sana

    A simple everyday vegetable. Adjust the spices to your taste

    Recipe #161212

    8 Reviews |  By Sana

    This is a very simple recipe. I still thought about posting this because, the base of this recipe ( point where you add peas and potatoes)can be used to cook almost any vegetable curry - potatoes, spinach, cauliflower, capsicum , mushrooms etc. Another variation of this recipe is to use tomato puree instead of chopped tomatoes

    Recipe #158223

    1 Reviews |  By Sana

    A recipe from Tarla Dalal. I have tweaked the original recipe to suite my taste and cooking style Dried fenugreek leaves ( kasuri methi),Chaat masala and tandoori masala are available from Indian grocery stores. You could substitute the tandoori masala with Garam masala. You could omit the chaat masala. Although the kasuri methi does add a distinct flavor, it can be omitted. The

    Recipe #157081

    This is stuffed eggplant made in Maharashtrian ( a state in western India) style. I had if first at my in-laws and then got a recipe online which I tweaked to our taste It is a lengthy process, but well worth it. Adjust seasonings according to your taste.

    Recipe #157078

    2 Reviews |  By Sana

    I found similar recipes posted on the site. But, all of them use bread crumbs for coating the cutlets. Try using semolina - they look beautiful and come out evenly coated and taste crunchy too. Measures are estimates. Use seasonings to suit your taste

    Recipe #157049

    8 Reviews |  By Sana

    You can adjust all the ingredients according to your taste. All Indian savories are served with this Green Chutney and/or the Tamarind - Date Chutney

    Recipe #156498

    5 Reviews |  By Sana

    The quantities are guesstimates. You can adjust everything for your taste. Updated 4/3/06 - Addition of ginger powder. Improved the steps

    Recipe #156496

    1 Reviews |  By Sana

    I think that this recipe is from Tarla Dalal Chaat masala is sold in all Indian grocery stores. I think that you can pretty much add or omit any fruits I have posted the green chutney and tamarind chutney recipes separately

    Recipe #156495

    1 Reviews |  By Sana

    From Sanjeev Kapoor. I used boiled chopped eggs for the recipe

    Recipe #156494

    1 Reviews |  By Sana

    I based this on how my mother makes it. She got it from our neighbors in the western part of India. Spice mix are guesstimates. Adjust to your taste

    Recipe #156153

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