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MASALA CHAI TEA

MASALA CHAI TEA by Linda Tay Esposito

Spiced sweetened milk tea. Every Indian family has their own recipe to make chai, but the most important base spice is cardamon. The sweet fragrance of cardamon mixed with other spices such as fennel, cloves and cinnamon gives the tea a heady aroma. The tea is simmered slowly to extract its full strength. Goes really well with…

9 votes
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A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members

A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members by sanjeeta kk

A natural summer cooler made with mint, lemon and ginger. Refreshing and healthy with no added preservative in it.

2 votes
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HOT FRUIT PUNCH

HOT FRUIT PUNCH by Renu Guru

Binging, binging, binging…all in the name of Diwali.Card parties, family get-togethers, office get-together, you name it Overfed,over tired and the body screaming for a break!.That is my state today.And it needs to detox after those long diwali parties. So,here's a ‘detox’ drink,for relaxing my digestive system, resting my brain…

1 vote
595 views
Pepper Garlic Rasam (Indian pepper soup)

Pepper Garlic Rasam (Indian pepper soup) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Sparkled with curry leaves, coriander leaves and spring onion without any compromise on its authentic flavour.

1 vote
1685 views
Curry Lentil Soup

Curry Lentil Soup by John Spottiswood

This is a surprisingly light and tangy lentil soup. If you are used to thick and heavy lentil soups, this one will surprise you. It's very tasty and was a great complement to the pizza recipe I just put up. This is also adapted from a Greens restaurant recipe.

11 votes
5150 views
Muradabadi Moong Ki Dal - Yellow Moong Dal with Spices

Muradabadi Moong Ki Dal - Yellow Moong Dal with Spices by Hina Gujral

At my place, in every wedding Moradabad Dal has to be in the menu and there are special cooks who come from Moradabad to cook this delicacy. I don't know why my mother made it at home and at every wedding we all use to relish Muradabadi Dal. When I say it has to be in the wedding menu I mean to say in the starters menu, not main…

1 vote
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Green Lentil "Moong" Curry

Green Lentil "Moong" Curry by John Spottiswood

I've made this with green lentils and also with a mix of brown and yellow lentils. It doesn't really matter. They all taste awesome! Healthy and delicious as a side or main dish.

7 votes
6863 views
Fresh Indian Style Vegan Chai

Fresh Indian Style Vegan Chai by FromScratch Sarah

My friend Shikha has been teaching me her indian(southern I think?) recipes, but she uses organic milk, and as all indians do when they take anything hot...LOTS of sugar. I am sure I am not doing it 100% the same way she would, but it tastes nearly the same, and authentic. Thanks Shikha

2 votes
3746 views
Mango Delight

Mango Delight by Renu Guru

This is an easy to make mango recipe that can be used to top ice creams,cakes, or any other dessert.

1 vote
1648 views
RAS MALAI

RAS MALAI by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This sweet dish is an Indian dessert. When I was in Riyadh, an Indian doctor of the Late King Faisal loved the way I made Ras Malai. According to him, the way I prepared this dessert was perfect. He said, “You have magic in your hands!”

1 vote
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Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a great Indian dish that I adapted from Cooking Light recipe. They recommend raisins which I leave out. I've also changed the proportions a bit. Our kids universally love this, despite the exotic spices. I generally serve with my Cucumber and Tomato Salad on the side.

3 votes
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Dahl that's not Dull

Dahl that's not Dull by kirsten's kitchen

A blend of spices stirred into a steaming pot of red lentils finished with coconut milk, to make the most amazing soup

1 vote
4394 views
GAJAR KA HALWA (CARROTS DESSERT)

GAJAR KA HALWA (CARROTS DESSERT) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is one of the best Indian dishes I couldn't forget in my life. It's incredibly tasty and exotic. I didn't stop searching how to make it until I came up with this recipe.

1 vote
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Vermicelli upama ( Semolina noodles )

Vermicelli upama ( Semolina noodles ) by Manju Nair

Vermicelli upama or Semolina noodles is a popular Indian Breakfast/Lunch/Snack dish. Its thinner than spaghetti noodles and you can use plain semolina or wheat semolina to prepare this dish. I was inspired by Hetal and Anuja from showmethecurry.com to prepare this lovely dish and it came out awesome. Try it out and Enjoy!

4 votes
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Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney by Guilt Free Cuisine by Fergyhun

Mango Chutney is a traditional accompaniment to Indian food, which happens to be HUGE in the UK where I'm from. Whenever I go home I always rush out to buy the foods I miss most, including a jar of spicy mango chutney! I can't get it here so this year I decided to make it myself. It's a bit time-consuming sterilizing jars etc but…

1 vote
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