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Indian Street Corn Salad

This is the follow-up corn recipe we promised you. If you use the leftover corn from the previous recipe (Corn on the Cob with Lime), feel free to bypass the directions regarding the preparation of the corn. On the other … Continue reading

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Sweet, Salt and Spice Walnuts

Here are the walnuts you need for the previous salad recipe from Joanne Weir. We made the entire 2 cups of walnuts called for in this recipe, so we had extra nuts for a great snack. We do not recommend … Continue reading

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Musakhan

We made this recipe as part of a quick dinner the other night, but now we’re planning on trying it as an easy to eat appetizer for upcoming parties. This recipe is simple to prepare and quick, too. The combination … Continue reading

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Finnish Sour Cream Cake (Kermakakku)

We made this coffeecake in a bundt pan, but this probably work in a conventionally-shaped pan, too. The recipe comes from Melissa Naasko of Aurora, Colorado, in the holiday issue of Penzeys. She claims this came from her mother-in-law, who … Continue reading

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Usha Raikar’s Garam Masala

This version of garam masala comes from a cook in Mumbai. Any garam masala mixture may be substituted if the ingredients for this mixture are unavailable.

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Punjabi Garam Masala

Garam masala means “warm blend.” This mixture is representative of the northern Indian region of Punjab. This recipe comes form pages 25 and 26 of Raghavan Iyer’s book, 660 Curries.

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