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A simple salad. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Parsley)
Category:  Vegetarian Salads
Preparation time: 10m
This is a quick and simple vegetarian curry with lots of flavor, tons of protein, and not alot of fat. I recommend using a real flavorful, mild curry powder, or one that you've mixed yourself. My "Simple, Sweet and Mild Curry Blend" works well with this dish. However,if you do like heat, feel free to add some cayenne or crushed red pepper to suit your taste. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Kozmic Blues)
Category:  Main Dishes
Preparation time: 5m
Cooking time: 10m
An inexpensive, easy-to-make and delicious soup. This slightly modified recipe stems from Mumtaz Khan at Mumtaz Paan House in Bradford, England. Mung beans is the exquisite choice, but red or yellow lentils also make a delicious result (green lentils are not recommended). The chicken stock can be replaced with vegetable stock for a vegetarian variety. This recipe can also be made with less liquid and served as a stew.¨ Improvement, a little off tradition, but works even better: 1) Fry the lentils/beans for a few seconds in ghee before adding the spices and liquid. 2) Add just a little tomato purée (1 tsp) to the soup. 3) Add one diced potato together with the lentils/beans. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef André Grisell)
Category:  Soups
Preparation time: 5m
Cooking time: 35m
Easy to make baked version of the delicious filled Indian sandwiches. Vegetarian, mild and so simple. Make it spicier if you wish by adding more curry powder or a bit of cayenne. I adapted this from a Pillsbury bake-off winning recipe. Great snack, appetizer, or main dish! Serve with this yummy honey sauce! (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef SaraFish.)
Category:  Side Dishes
Preparation time: 10m
Cooking time: 15m
This is my favorite dessert to make when cooking Indian food. The sweet & creamy taste is a delicious end to a hot & spicy meal. I posted this recipe in 2004 and can't believe that here it is 2007 and no one has yet ventured trying it! Go Ahead, it's really delicious!!! (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Carla)
Category:  Dessert
Preparation time: 10m
Cooking time: 1h
Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-India. From the "International Vegetarian" cookbook. This yogurt is barely sweetened and ginger tangy. This is especially delicious after the traditional curry meal. Serve it on its own or as a sauce over papaya, strawberries, seedless grapes, or kiwi fruit. Note: prep time includes refrigeration time. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Bayhill)
Category:  Dessert
Preparation time: 3h
This is my family's favourite butter chicken recipe - it came about after my youngest son stayed at a friends house and they bought Indian take-away. Youngest says this is just like the one he had at his friend's. This is one of favourite dishes. Although quite often thought to be an Indian dish this recipe was actually developed in the UK.(Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Fairy Nuff)
Category:  Main Dishes
Preparation time: 5m
Cooking time: 30m
This unusual dessert was found in an American Indian cookbook. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Nasseh)
Category:  Dessert
Cooking time: 25m
This makes the perfect side dish for any curry dish. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef JackieOhNo)
Category:  Side Dishes
Preparation time: 10m
When I first had Indian rice pudding for dessert at an Indian restaurant, I knew I had to get a recipe for it. This one is great! It's from the Food Network's "Good Eats" with Alton Brown. Note: The ground cardamom is one of the ingredients that gives this rice pudding its Indian flavor, but some people may find it overpowering. My mom liked this recipe, but found the cardamom flavor a bit strong, so use less if you're not sure or leave it out if you don't like it. I think it will still taste great. (Recipes courtesy of Food.com - Chef Velouria)
Category:  Dessert
Preparation time: 5m
Cooking time: 25m
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