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    Sunday, January 02, 2011

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    RAJVEER SARAN DAS

    KEEP IT UP SUVIR ! 'ARVI' AND 'SHALJAM 'HAPPEN TO BE MY FAVOURITES TOO. MY MOUTH BEGAN TO WATER AS I WENT THRU YOUR TEMPTING RECIPES. IT WAS A PITY THAT YOU WERE NOT IN NY WHEN WE VISITED IN JULY 2009.BEFORE YOU WONDER WHO THIS IS, IT IS RAJU CHACHA FROM BHILAI ( RAJVEER SARAN DAS )THANKS TO NALINI BHABHI, I GOT YOUR FORWARD. ALL THE BEST. KEEP 'COOKING'!

    Jeanette

    Thanks for sharing all these wonderful tips for eating more healthfully, and slowing down to cook and enjoy meals with family. Your colorful photos and straightforward recipes are so inspiring. I love Indian food, especially for its vegetarian options and use of turmeric and aromatic spices.

    paula

    This is what I have been waiting for: your dal recipe!!!! Hurrah! I found this on Sunday when we were home for the day. I didn't have too many of the right ingredients, so I made lots of subsitutions, because I just couldn't wait...used cumin instead of cumin seeds, a different dal, yellow onion instead of red, and I don't even know what asafetida is. It was great. Inspired, on Monday I went in search of the right ingredients, made more, and it was even better. (Still no asafetida). And then as a bonus I made the rice according to your directions and my family LOVED it. I didn't think I would prefer cumin and coridander seeds over the powder, but it was awesome.
    thank you.

    Suvir Saran

    Hi Paula!
    Do you not have my books?
    Go to www.zoebakes.com and sign up for the giveaway.

    Email me if you ever need recipes.

    Glad you made the dal. It is so easy and delicious. One of Charlie's favorite recipes ever.

    Asafetida is like natures own beano. Keeps you from having issues after eating lentils. Or you can eat lots of lentils and learn to levitate like Indian seers. LOL!

    Did you take photos of your dal? You should do that and send some my way. Will add them to the blog.

    Suvir

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