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  • dbwright22 3 years ago about Everyday Red Lentil Dal
    I realize the post was from 3 years ago, but regarding the yellow split peas, are you sure it wasn't chana dal? It sounds like it since it took hours to cook. Indians use pressure cookers to make their chana dal. Just soak 1 part chana dal to 2 parts water for about 15 minutes. Then strain and put chana dal in the pressure cooker with 2 parts fresh water. Cook for 2 whistles (about 20 minutes!). I hope this helps. I'm going to try this recipe tonight except add mustard seed and asafoetidil.
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  • alauranoelle 3 years ago about Everyday Red Lentil Dal
    This dish was amazing! So delicious and flavorful that I will be making larges batches in the future for lots of leftovers!!
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  • tbostek 4 years ago about Incredibly Smooth Strawberry Sorbet
    This way great! My strawberries were really ripe when I made this so I cut the sugar in half because the berries were ripe enough. Definitely a redo!
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  • PastryBear 4 years ago about Pea Shoots Stir-fried With Garlic
    Stir fried peas shoots have been the topic of conversation several times of late. Lo and behold, we were at one of the very few little Chinese markets in this area recently and they had them in stock! Wanting to give them a try, we picked up a good bunch. A quick Google-ing brought up this recipe, and we agree it was very much successful! I had to put liquid in right away with the greens, as I did not want my garlic to burn while I was trying to toss it with the greens, but it all worked out well.
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  • blkjkoknhrt 4 years ago
    Wow, what a great recipe, as soon as I read it I started to make it. Two differences in my pot; no butter and I used ground spices. I'll let you know how much I love it
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  • wetchman 4 years ago about Everyday Red Lentil Dal
    Just made this tonight - absolutely great. I did include the cilantro and 1T lemon juice. Thank you!
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  • kukla 6 years ago
    Hello there, Scrumptious :0
    Just dropping in to make sure to wish You & Yours All the Best of this Holiday Season, and may 2008 be your BEST year EVER :)
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    Hello Scrumptious :) Thank you for the comments on my Mexican Bread Pudding; Yes, the flavours actually DO go together well....Up here in the Great White North (and it's REALLY white right now...) we have been mixing aged cheddar with fruit forever (cheese broiled over an apple pie...YUM!) so this isn't as much of a stretch for me. Hope you do get a chance to try it sometime, and let me know if you do :)
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  • nadya 7 years ago
    Hi:)
    Thanks for being my cooking baddy:) and for comments.

    Vinegred will be next recipe that i want to share here :)) and more from georgian cuisine.

    see you
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    RE: Rum Pot...You've got it, my dear :) You never get the same flavours from one year to the next....and it almost kills you to keep adding fruit durring the various seasons and NOT eating it all up :)
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    Yet....:)
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    ....and...being Canadian, Eh...I haven't met a Moose(wood) I didn't like! ROFLMAO :)
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  • kukla 7 years ago
    Thanks you, me dear, for the comments on the Rarebit Risotto :) Yep, I whole-heartidly agree with your sentiments :) LOL..
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  • zanna 7 years ago
    THANKS FOR THE COMMENT on the Gnocchi.Hope you try them.
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  • zanna 7 years ago
    Thanks, I like them too.Idin't make these,but I have in the past. If you click on my home page picture it will enlarge.You will see how easy they are to make.They are great place card holders too.
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