CC'z Recipezzz - Ethnic flavors
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This is a spin on an old Mexican Fiesta Classic
i took this from allrecipes.com & tailored to fit our family. not really the healthiest but i'm sure there are ways to make it better for you.
we usually add shredded lettuce & tomatoes on top. Submitted by NSSK06
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. Submitted by HEALTHYNOW4ME
This recipe is part of "The SparkPeople Cookbook." Order your copy today! This salad is even better the longer it sits in the fridge, so we love to make a big batch of it and eat it throughout the week.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This was a great favourite in my childhood---and this Masala is made according to the specifications handed down to me from our old Family Cook--Narayan Singh.I make and keep this ready---the more it matures the better it tastes!!Earlier I used to sterilise the Glass Jar by turning it upside down on a glowing piece of Coal sprinkled with Asafoetida Powder and smoke it for 5-10 minutes---these days I dry these upside down in the Sunshine--works as well!!I use this to stuff Vegetables like small Okra Pods,tiny Egg Plants,Gherkins(Parmal/Parwal),Ivy Gourds, small Apple/Round Indian Gourds(Tindaas) and even Brussels Sprouts with this Masala!!The only thing I add extra is 2 fistfuls of deep fried crisp Shallots(Red Onions) ground to a Paste to 6-8 Tablespoons of this Masala---it's enough to stuff 750 gms. of any Vegetable!!Submitted by KOMAL53