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No Croutons Required - March 2015 Roundup of Vegetarian Soups and Salads
Welcome to the March edition of No Croutons Required, a monthly event alternately hosted by my dear friend Jacqueline and myself. We have a nice balance of soups and salads to share this month, so cozy up and see what some of our fellow bloggers served up. ...
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Brussels Sprouts Kulambu (Brussels in a Spicy Tomato Sauce)
Brussels sprouts might not be native to India, or that commonly used there to this day, but their rather strong and earthy flavor is perfectly complemented by Indian spicing. I had some brussels on hand in the fridge that originally I was simply going to st...
Brussel sprouts simmered in tangy and zesty tomato and tamarind curry sauce
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Spicy, tangy and creamy guacamole in a four-egg omelette for a simple breakfast for two

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2015/03/guacamole-omelette.html
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Guacamole Omelette
I asked my husband to cook me a nice breakfast for my birthday a few weeks ago. He doesn't ordinarily have to cook at all as I take care of pretty much all the food around the house. I don't mind — in fact, I enjoy cooking and frequently find myself looking...
Spicy, tangy and creamy guacamole in a four-egg omelette for a simple breakfast for two
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Portobellos Stuffed with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes
This succulent mushroom-centered presentation could easily be classified as a salad I suppose. A side dish perhaps, but honestly, the mushroom and spinach steal the show and deserve to serve as the centerpiece of a meal. Nutritional yeast lends a cheesy ele...
Plump juicy roasted portobellos stuffed with a savory filling of wilted spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and olives
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I love the appetizers at Indian restaurants, but I especially like making them at home so I can control the amount of grease!  These shallow-fried Indian spiced chana dal and peanut patties are served with a tangy, creamy and zesty tamarind, chili and coconut milk sauce.

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2015/03/chana-vada-chana-dal-peanut-patties.html

#Indian #appetizer
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Fresh fenugreek leaves have a subtle bitter but tangy and peppery taste that adds real depth to the flavor of curries.  Look for it in Indian and Asian grocers.

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2010/04/urad-dal-with-fresh-fenugreek.html
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Brussels sprouts aren't typical Indian fare, but their sweet, earthy and green flavor goes suprisingly well with south Indian tomato and tamarind curry flavors

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2015/03/brussels-sprouts-kulambu-brussels-in.html
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Now you can prepare restaurant style hariyali paneer tikka on stove top.
http://accessiblediary.blogspot.in/2015/03/hariyali-paneer-tikka-green-cottage.html
Hariyali Paneer Tikka is a famous recipe found in most of the restaurants.  Recently, I prepared this starter at my own kitchen. I think this is the easiest starter and tasty too. Even my little daughter enjoyed this dish. If...
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Mushroom lovers take note ... these are plump juicy roasted portobellos stuffed with a savory filling of wilted spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, olives and ... oh, yes ... mushrooms

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2015/03/portobellos-stuffed-with-spinach-and.html
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I love the appetizers at Indian restaurants, but I especially like making them at home so I can control the amount of grease!  These shallow-fried Indian spiced chana dal and peanut patties are served with a tangy, creamy and zesty tamarind, chili and coconut milk sauce.

http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2015/03/chana-vada-chana-dal-peanut-patties.html

#Indian #appetizer
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Chana Vada (Chana Dal Peanut Patties) with a Tamarind Chili Sauce
I will admit that I have a hard time keeping up with all of the different names for Indian dishes, as the cuisine varies so much depending on every region's unique traditions and influences. Indian savories often have me a bit confused, even though I starte...
Shallow-fried Indian spiced chana dal and peanut patties served with a tangy, creamy and zesty tamarind, chili and coconut milk sauce
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A vegetarian cook for many years, Lisa shares her collection of delicious and healthy recipes at foodandspice.blogspot.com, with an emphasis on spicy Indian dishes. If you want to know what sensible vegetarians eat, my kitchen is the place to be.
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From my kitchen to yours.  A vegetarian cook for many years, Lisa shares her collection of delicious and healthy recipes at foodandspice.blogspot.com, with an emphasis on spicy Indian dishes. If you want to know what sensible vegetarians eat, my kitchen is the place to be.
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