Cabbage Kofta curry/ Curried cabbage dumplings

Cabbage Kofta Curry
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Cabbage? It is such a boring vegetable except when it it is added to chow mein or anything with soy sauce in it. The most common Indian way of cooking it is a stir fry to be eaten with Rotis (Indian bread). Although I really like it for a change, I wouldn’t want that to be the only way I take in the miracle vegetable (Remember the all famous cabbage soup diet which apparently makes you lose oodles of weight?). I have started to look for alternate ways to make this vegetable interesting and have found a few. Here is… Continue reading

DAL TADKA

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Dal/Lentils, also known as “poor man’s meat” is a very good source of protein for vegetarians. To make your carb source (rice or roti) balanced, dal just adds the right amount of flavour, protein and fiber. Dal is prepared in many ways in India. One of the most popular styles served in almost every restaurant is Dal Tadka. The cooked dal is flavoured with some dry spices and the icing on top of the cake is the tempering poured over the hot dal just before serving. The dal gets instantly infused with flavor and aroma from the tempering and compliments… Continue reading