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Archive for the ‘Vegetarian Side Dishes’ Category


Tandoori Paneer Chukandari

To be honest, I’ve never been a big paneer fan. For that matter I have a lot of bad memories of my parents placing a bowl of tinned beets in front of me growing up. That was one of my biggest nightmares. I obviously wasn’t trying the right recipes. I learned this Paneer Chukandari recipe […]

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Tandoori Chestnut Mushrooms

  This is a nice one that’s just as good for summertime barbecues as it is for cold winter nights in. I make it quite often and usually serve it as a light lunch or side dish for a curry night with friends. The recipe is really low in calories though you’d never know it. […]

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Tandoori Large Flat Mushrooms

  My wife is not a big fan of mushrooms so when I made this for lunch today, I didn’t expect much to be eaten. I’m happy to say I was wrong. This recipe was a success even with Caroline! As it’s not quite outdoor tandoori weather yet, I decided to make these in the […]

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Oven Roasted Garam Masala Broccoli

  I’ve been spending a lot of time over on Google Plus lately. I love it because I’ve been able to meet so many outstanding food bloggers a lot easier than on the other social networks. Anyway, one blog that I’ve had my eye on for a while is written by Soni Sinha. Her recipes […]

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Indian Style Chilli & Lime Coleslaw

  So today I decided to do something good for myself. Not too good mind, as this recipe does have some mayonnaise in it but there isn’t enough for me to count it as bad. Some might but me… I’ve always got to have just a little bit of the bad stuff. Still, this is […]

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Curly Kale Salad – A Different Way To Serve Kale

After last night’s festivities, I’m surprised I’m able to sit here and type. I love New Year’s Eve but New Year’s day is definitely a day to do something good for myself and family. You probably won’t find anything like this recipe in any Indian cookbooks. I made it up, but don’t let that stop […]

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Cold Spiced Grapes – A Traditional Bangladeshi Recipe

I never thought a grape recipe could excite me until I tried the Bangladeshi recipe! “Check out this grape recipe I’m making for lunch.” I said earlier this morning to my wife Caroline. She looked at my recipe and replied that it sounded absolutely disgusting. Caroline is right about a lot of things, but this […]

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Tomato, Chilli And Yogurt Salad

I think you’re going to like this very traditional tomato, chilli and yogurt salad! So a few weeks ago I was working away on Twitter when a local tweep, Mark introduced himself. He suggested I try the best Indian restaurant in the North East – Table Talk. With three kids and a business, I don’t […]

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How To Make Pea Pakoras

I love pakoras and these pea pakoras are very unique and also very tasty. Pea pakoras are quickly becoming a favourite veggie dish around my house. Unfortunately, veggie or not, they’re not very good for you. Eaten in moderation, however they are a real treat. My kids like to eat them with Heinz ketchup of […]

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An Indian Chicken Ceasar Salad With A Californian Touch

A similar version of this Ceasar salad was taught to me by my grandfather when I was ten! Ceasar salad first became popular in California in the late 1960s. I can remember my grandfather in the kitchen experimenting with dressings until he finally came up with one that he was happy to call his own. […]

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