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    From Gourmet Magazine, December 2007. Vegetarian if you use soy instead of fish sauce. It's a little spicy if you use all the Sriracha -- cut back if you don't like spice, or add more if you do. As good as anything I've had in a restaurant. Oh and I added some carrots for healthiness. And made a bunch of other tweaks. Also, even though it involves some deep frying, it is not too difficult to make.

    Recipe #338515

    Recipe #324102

    I saw this on Nick Stellino's show and had to make it. Unfortunately I couldn't find the recipe anywhere, and he's really vague on quantities, so I sort of guessed and improvised, and it turned out awesome. quantities are fuzzy, i sort of guessed at what I used.

    Recipe #277053

    Inspired by Big City Burrito in Fort Collins, CO.

    Recipe #253408

    adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison. She uses all butternut squash, and I think that's too sweet. you can use dried herbs for fresh, but use about a third less.

    Recipe #218238

    From Classic Indian Vegetarian and Grain Cooking by Julie Sahni. Leave the seeds in at least some of the peppers for spice. Serve with naan or rice.

    Recipe #211130

    For uncooked Kashi grains... nice hot meal.

    Recipe #206719

    6 Reviews |  By anne #2

    Classic Indian, pretty easy, limited exotic spices needed. Paneer is very easy to make if you can't find it at a store. Can substitute tofu. Apparently a Punjabi dish...

    Recipe #206718

    2 Reviews |  By anne #2

    adapted from Joy of Cooking. I recommend stonehouse farm olive oil (http://www.stonehouseoliveoil.com) -- it makes all the difference.

    Recipe #143488

    from Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian

    Recipe #136799


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