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If you like Indian food, you'll love this. These are really simple to make and taste great. A fantastic way to use up leftover chicken. You can make one large pie with this or I get about 4 or 5 individual ones, just depends on which size pie tray you use.
This recipe is cooking as I am posting it and the smell throughout the house is terrific... You might opt to use fresh garlic & onion instead of the powdered version, as well as cheaper cuts of lamb w/ bone. And while the recipe doesn't call for it, a litt
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A recipe by chef sahi shown in ndtv. This is delicious and easy to make. I made some additions in the dish by adding saffron, chicken stock and cream. Even without cream too it is good.
Posted for Eat Your Veggies December 2008/January 2009 in the Asian Cooking Forum. Taken from the Australian Women's Weekly New Asian cookbook. Kalonji seeds are specified in the recipe but a Google search seems to indicate that Nigella seeds could be subs
A Madhur Jaffrey recipe. Try to have all ingredients on hand before you begin cooking.
This recipe comes from the Kashmiri region of India.
Can anybody ever have too many chicken breast recipes? This looks like a quick and easy way to do something a bit different with the old standby chick breasts. I originally found this recipe in the BBC Good Good Magazine. The recipe says it is suitable for
Fantastic in winter and an unusual dish. Very easy to make and double can also be frozen.
"This is a great Asian-style dressing for a pasta salad. You can prepare this dressing in advance, but toss with the salad no more than 15 minutes before serving."
"Quick, easy cookie using a boxed cake mix as its base. Very moist and fluffy! Add any variations you desire such as pecans, candy, raisins or butterscotch chips."