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    Well I would like to eat vegetarian only. I like to eat Indian Dhokla as well as Dhonsa. I don't know how to make it as well as I don't know its recipes. But my sister make it too much spicy. I always like to eat it made by my sister. But I never asked her how to make it.

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    I like Paneer Tikka Masala with jasmine rice.

    Copy-paste recipe:

    * Boiled green peas ... 1/2 cup
    * Tomatoes ... 5
    * Coriander seeds ... 1 tablespoon
    * Dry red chillies .. 2
    * Chopped cabbage ... 1/2 cup
    * Chopped green chillies ... 1 teaspoon
    * Dry ginger powder ... 1/4 teaspoon
    * Tomato sauce ... 1 tablespoon
    * Dried fenugreek leaves ... 3 teaspoons
    * Cornflour ... 1 teaspoon
    * Milk ... 1/2 cup
    * Chopped coriander ... 3 tablespoon
    * Oil ... 4 tablespoon
    * Salt to taste
    * For the garnish, Chopped coriander ... 1/4 cup


    Method of preparation :-


    * Boil a vessel-full of water and immerse the tomatoes in it for one minute.
    * Remove seeds of the tomatoes. Chop finely.
    * Roast the coriander seeds and red chillies lightly and grind to a powder.
    * Heat the oil in a pan, add cabbage and green chillies and sauté for some while.
    * Add the tomatoes and dry ginger powder and fry till the oil separates from the mixture.
    * Add the red chili-coriander powder, tomato sauce and dried fenugreek leaves and sauté.
    * Mix the milk and cornflour together and add to the gravy. Mix well.
    * Add the paneer tikkas and peas and heat for some time.
    * Serve hot garnished with coriander.
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    Thumbs up Easy Aloo Mattar

    Tallulah, I'm glad it turned out well!

    And whatever, if we both like that sort of recipe, I think that just speaks to it being good.


    Who doesn't love easy-to-prepare Indian dishes?

    ALOO MATTAR
    (potato and peas)

    rice for 2 people (1 c. uncooked in my house)
    1 med onion, finely chopped
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 in. ginger, finely grated (~1/4 tsp ground)
    1/2 tsp paprika
    1/4 c. veg stock
    1 large potato, cubed
    1 large tomato, minced
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 c. frozen peas
    1 tbsp cilantro, minced

    Cook the rice. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan: saute onions in oil over medium heat until translucent. Add ginger and paprika, saute 2 more min, stirring constantly. Add stock, potatoes, tomatoes, and salt. Stir until well-coated. Cover and cook for 10 min, stirring occasionally. Once the potatoes are cooked, stir in peas and cilantro. Remove from heat, let sit 5 minutes.

    This requires very little prep, and the cooking is done in 20 minutes. I recommend cutting the potato pretty small or adding some cooking time; it was a little al dente the first time I made it. Either way, be sure to taste the potato before you serve it. This dish has plenty of flavor, but not much heat to speak of, so add some extra paprika or a little hot pepper if you like it spicy.

    This can stand alone as a main course, or you can serve it alongside daal or channa masala for a more complete experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burymecloser View Post
    Tallulah, I'm glad it turned out well!

    And whatever, if we both like that sort of recipe, I think that just speaks to it being good.


    Who doesn't love easy-to-prepare Indian dishes?

    ALOO MATTAR
    (potato and peas)

    rice for 2 people (1 c. uncooked in my house)
    1 med onion, finely chopped
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 in. ginger, finely grated (~1/4 tsp ground)
    1/2 tsp paprika
    1/4 c. veg stock
    1 large potato, cubed
    1 large tomato, minced
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 c. frozen peas
    1 tbsp cilantro, minced

    Cook the rice. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan: saute onions in oil over medium heat until translucent. Add ginger and paprika, saute 2 more min, stirring constantly. Add stock, potatoes, tomatoes, and salt. Stir until well-coated. Cover and cook for 10 min, stirring occasionally. Once the potatoes are cooked, stir in peas and cilantro. Remove from heat, let sit 5 minutes.

    This requires very little prep, and the cooking is done in 20 minutes. I recommend cutting the potato pretty small or adding some cooking time; it was a little al dente the first time I made it. Either way, be sure to taste the potato before you serve it. This dish has plenty of flavor, but not much heat to speak of, so add some extra paprika or a little hot pepper if you like it spicy.

    This can stand alone as a main course, or you can serve it alongside daal or channa masala for a more complete experience.
    Ooh! I am so going to make this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by burymecloser View Post
    Tallulah, I'm glad it turned out well!

    And whatever, if we both like that sort of recipe, I think that just speaks to it being good.


    Who doesn't love easy-to-prepare Indian dishes?

    ALOO MATTAR
    (potato and peas)

    rice for 2 people (1 c. uncooked in my house)
    1 med onion, finely chopped
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 in. ginger, finely grated (~1/4 tsp ground)
    1/2 tsp paprika
    1/4 c. veg stock
    1 large potato, cubed
    1 large tomato, minced
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 c. frozen peas
    1 tbsp cilantro, minced

    Cook the rice. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan: saute onions in oil over medium heat until translucent. Add ginger and paprika, saute 2 more min, stirring constantly. Add stock, potatoes, tomatoes, and salt. Stir until well-coated. Cover and cook for 10 min, stirring occasionally. Once the potatoes are cooked, stir in peas and cilantro. Remove from heat, let sit 5 minutes.

    This requires very little prep, and the cooking is done in 20 minutes. I recommend cutting the potato pretty small or adding some cooking time; it was a little al dente the first time I made it. Either way, be sure to taste the potato before you serve it. This dish has plenty of flavor, but not much heat to speak of, so add some extra paprika or a little hot pepper if you like it spicy.

    This can stand alone as a main course, or you can serve it alongside daal or channa masala for a more complete experience.
    I have most everything except the potatoes the peas and the tomatos and the onions and stock and cilantro
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    So many interesting recipes, will have to try a few out. Aloo Mattar is lush, might have to cook some up tonight.
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    I'm too lazy to think of the actual recipe now, but lentils make a pretty good veggie shepherd's pie.

    Boil lentils until cooked, while frying chopped carrots/celery/whatever vegetables you like, spice both appropriately (I like curry spice and cumin and similar things), you could add tofu if you wanted but I don't, add frozen corn to the mix if you like, spread in a pan, add mashed potatoes (I prefer instant only for this) and I like to put some grated cheese and perhaps some herbs on top! Bake until the cheese is melted, or really as long as you like, or not at all.

    this could in theory also be used in combination with meat shepherd's pie, if you don't like eating that much hamburger at once, though I've never done that.

    delicious
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    Reviving it for @Domino and because I love food.
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