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Last Updated: Apr 25, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Recipes from the Club

KadaleBeLe Chutney Pudi

"KadaleBeLe Chutney Pudi" is mainly made up of Split pea, which is high in protein and low in its fat content. It is also known to contain some of the highest amount of fiber. Another main component is Black gram, which is again high in its protein content. It is added with some spices, and blended into a powder, to get a ready-to-eat, healthy side-dish. This dish makes an awesome companion for Roti, Chapathi, Idli, Dose, Rice, Bread Toast and many more!

Presented by Rashmi  (Central Branch Cook & Tell Club)
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More Books about  Indian Cooking: 

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  Vegetarian India                            Made in India                                 Indian for Everyone                        
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Baked Samosas

The recipe in this book called for rice in the middle so I switched it up with another recipe to use potatoes in the middle. Also both recipes called for whole wheat flour - which I didn't have - so I used white. When buying my ingredients I couldn't find a green chili pepper so I used a Jalapeno pepper - needless to say, it was a bit spicy. But the crust was thin and crisp and was quite enjoyable to eat. All in all, not a bad result for a first time trying to make samosa's.

Presented by Sheila (Central Branch Cook & Tell Club)

Recipe from:


      Everyday Indian 100 Fast, Fresh, and Healthy Recipes
     641.59 In3A7e



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