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Chile Rellenos with ZUCCHINI & PANEER

This recipe for chiles rellenos comes from Andrea Serrato, who sells an exquisite version of the dish out of her home in East Los Angeles. Ms. Serrato learned to make it from her mother, Rose Serrato, who fills big chile poblanos simply with queso ranchero, fries them in a cloudlike batter and simmers them in a garlicky salsa roja.” NY times Cooking

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Cauliflower Broccoli Apple Salad With Garlic Parmesan Italian Vinaigrette

This is one of those salads thats wonderful to take to your next outdoor potluck gathering as it can be made ahead and refrigerated until ready to serve. The dressing is store bought and the veggies already cut. Easy, easy, easy and delicious delicious delicious. Give it a try!

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More Veggie Enchilada. Lasagna Style

I call this dish more veggie enchilada lasagna because the veggie to corn tortilla ration is very high. I call it a lasagna because rather than roll the corn tortilla with the veggie stuffing, I layered the tortillas like a lasagna. What this does is allow me to add way more veggies than will stuff inside a tortilla . And just like a lasagna, I layered enchilada sauce, then tortilla and veggies and did that again in layers until all the veggies were used up. The result is a phenomenally delicious dish which is juicy from the veggies, gooey from the cheese and packed with flavor.

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Zucchini Onion Soup

The inspiration for this soup was a low-key Sunday dinner that my daughter wanted to make and she had her mind set on making soup.  Since we had zucchini in our basket she took my creamy zucchini leek soup as her starting off point and asked me to create a variation with caramelized onions and lots of garlic.

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Mutias. Gujarati Rice and Chickpea Flour Dumplings

Mutias are steamed dumplings that are a specialty in the western state of Gujarat in India. These dumplings are made with day-old rice, chickpea flour, shredded vegetables, fresh cilantro, ginger, and a few spices. This combination of ingredients is mixed together and formed into dumplings, steamed and then shallow fried with mustard seeds. No only are mutias delicious what is surprising is how filling these mutias are; it’s the chickpea flour and rice veggie combination that makes these dumplings a satisfying meal.  Mutias can be served as an appetizer or as a light lunch option with a side salad. Give them a try! Continue reading Mutias. Gujarati Rice and Chickpea Flour Dumplings