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Lemony Quinoa and Pea Pilaf

Lemony Quinoa and Pea Pilaf by gypsy696

1 vote
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Cabbage Pachadi (salad)

Cabbage Pachadi (salad) by Latha Samu

This is a wonderful and refreshing salad from the book, Great Vegetarian Dishes, by Kurma Dasa. This my favorite and has never failed to please my guests.

10 votes
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Savory Rice with Lentil Curry - Khichuri

Savory Rice with Lentil Curry - Khichuri by John Spottiswood

We made this tonight and it was absolutely delicious! This has everything I love about Indian food. The flavors are bold and vibrant but blend so well together, the warmth and texture are like comfort food, and the dish is quite healthy. If you like split pea or lentil soup, you should definitely give this a try some night instead.…

5 votes
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Sukkan Keerai / Chukka Koora Soup (Soup of "rumex vesicarius")

Sukkan Keerai / Chukka Koora Soup (Soup of "rumex vesicarius") by Karthikeyan

This green was widely used in South India, especially in Tamil Nadu as a curry dish or soup. Though normally it is considered as a medicinal plant, here in Tamilnadu people use it as a regular ingredient in standalone dish or adding it to a non-veg…

1 vote
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Carrot salad

Carrot salad by mildlyindian

The recipe is utmost simple, a grater, a few fresh carrots, some spices, a lemon and pretty much you are in zone. In under 10 minutes a sumptuous side is ready.

1 vote
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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
5727 views
Bye Bye Blues, A Quick And Spicy Bean Dish

Bye Bye Blues, A Quick And Spicy Bean Dish by kathy gori

I have a small confession to make. I love trick vegetables. You know what I'm talking about, the orange cauliflower, the red squash, the black garlic. So you can imagine my surprise and delight when the gang at Lunita Farm showed me a basket of dark purple green beans at the Saturday Farmers Market. I'd never seen anything like…

1 vote
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Sambar (Spicy Indian Lentil Soup)

Sambar (Spicy Indian Lentil Soup) by Chitra Agrawal

Sambar is a staple in most South Indian homes. It is a spicy lentil and vegetable stew. On most days, we had some kind of sambar for dinner when I was growing up. You usually eat it with rice.

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
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Minty Broccoli Soup

Minty Broccoli Soup by gypsy696

Nice way to get your kids to eat their greens. You can have this raw as well - I just needed some heat in my body last nite.

1 vote
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Mango Slush

Mango Slush by pshinde2109

Mango Slush is very refreshing summer drink. It has taste of lemon and ginger. It will make your summer afternoon!!!'

1 vote
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Pakoras

Pakoras by Shazia Ijaz

Gram flour and vegetable fritters

1 vote
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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
4618 views
CANTALOUPE SORBET

CANTALOUPE SORBET by Renu Guru

A lighter version of the ice cream sorbet is just what you need during summers.And when you have a fruit as prone to turning ripe and icky as cantaloupe,why not use it up this way?This dish will satiate your dessert cravings and keep the summer heat at bay.

1 vote
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Beetroot Cutlet / Tikki / Pattice

Beetroot Cutlet / Tikki / Pattice by Mira

Indian Coffee House @ Kozhikode is very famous for its yummy cutlets. The speciality is that they use beetroot as one of the ingridient for the cutlet which is accompanied by Beetroot based sauce. The waiters in their traditional uniform with a fanned turban on head moves swiftly catering to the needs. You cannot expect a good…

1 vote
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