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    Posted: 4 years 17 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Yamuna Devi's Spiced Chickpea Salad with Spinach Yamuna Devi writes: "As an alternative to spinach, try red or green Swiss chard leaves - they are delicious. Because chard is not as tender as spinach, blanch or steam it for a minute or two before assembling the salad". Soaking time: 8 hours or overnight, Cooking time: about 2 hours, Serves: 6. 1½ cups (290g) chickpeas, soaked in water 8 hours or overnight, then drained, 1 teaspoon black mustard seeds, ½ teaspoon celery seeds...
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    Posted: 4 years 17 weeks ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player needed) Have you lived the adage, “When it rains, is pours”? or, “Either feast, or famine?”, well, this describes my current life, from having extra time to being busy with many activities which could be a “busy-ness” burden or simultaneous multiple accomplishments of important tasks and goals— we still must remember Krishna in all circumstances and endeavors identifying ourselves as servant but never the enjoyer or controller though...
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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 4 years 17 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Here's a pre-loved blog entry that might educate, entertain and make you crave that most ancient of desserts - rice pudding. Rice puddings are found in nearly every area of the world. Recipes can greatly vary even within a single country. The dessert can be boiled or baked. Different types of pudding vary depending on preparation methods and the ingredients selected. The following ingredients are regularly found in rice puddings. rice - long/short grain white rice, brown rice, black rice,...
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    Posted: 4 years 17 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Yamuna Devi's Pear Chutney with Dates and Pecans Yamuna writes: "While residing in the vale of Evesham, I had the opportunity to sample some of England’s best produce. Every day for weeks on end I took on the challenge of coming up with a different cooked chutney, and in due course this recipe emerged from the test kitchen as everyone’s favorite." Preparation and cooking time: about 1 hour, Makes: about 1 ½ cups. ¼ - ½ teaspoon crushed dried red chilies, 1 tablespoon scraped,...
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    Posted: 4 years 17 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Spiced Green Beans (Masala Barbatti Sabji) "Yamuna Devi writes: "Here is a simple yet delicious way to cook green beans Marawadi style. If you are a gardener, try growing Thompson and Morgan’s thin, long asparagus beans; they most resemble the type used in India. Beans are sweet and tender only when harvested immature and full of sugar. They are best cooked within hours after being picked, as are peas. If you are supermarket shopping, try to get locally grown, vividly green beans that break...
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