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This recipe is a modified Keema, or ground meat casserole dish, with extra garam masala and other ingredients, especially spices, added. Don't add more spices! AFTER you've eaten your first serving, you'll have a good idea of the heat level of the spices already in this keema.
We ordinarily would never buy veal, but we picked up this 'meatloaf mix' of ground meat at the market & didn't realize it contained veal until afterward. Using beef/pork without the veal will not substantially change the nutritional values.
This rice has a rich, creamy texture as if cheese had been added to it. The olive oil, onion, and turmeric have nice, mild flavor that compliments seafood, pork, & chicken as well as most vegetables (especially stir-fry). Add 1/2 cup chopped cooked broccoli to it as a substitute to substantially higher calorie/saturated fat broccoli/cheese rice. Each serving is 1/2 cup.Submitted by WAIT4IT
Eggchef had mentioned a craving for samosas a while back, and I figured, why not a big one, instead of the bite-sized? So, here’s what emerged: all the flavour of samosas including the healthiness of the vegetables and the spices of the curry, wrapped in a delectable, flaky pastry crust. You will need a 10 inch spring-form pan for this recipe, which is fully vegan and a lot lower in fat than the deep-fried bites, and as a bonus it only gets better as it sits! Actually, it’s best made a day ahead and then reheated at 350F for 40-45 minutes.Submitted by JO_JO_BA