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  • Whipped Ricotta and Spicy Mango Chutney Toast

    Whipped Ricotta and Spicy Mango Chutney Toast

     The creaminess of a whipped ricotta is the perfect foil to our new Spicy Mango Chutney.  Slathering it all on a thick piece of toast topped with nuts and herbs really brings it all together into a satisfying lunch or the perfect snack to treat yourself. Also, free to make variations of this recipe with different cheeses - mascarpone and just plain old cream cheese are delish with this chutney! Whipped Ricotta and Spicy Mango Chutney Toast Ingredients 1 1/2 cups whole milk ricotta cheese 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 slices thick-cut toast Brooklyn Delhi Spicy Mango Chutney chopped nuts or...

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  • Spring Pasta with Asparagus & Peas

    Spring Pasta with Asparagus & Peas

      This Spring pasta has all the usual green suspects but it also packs a spicy and garlicky punch from my Roasted Garlic Achaar. This recipe comes together in a snap and utilizes the cooking water from the pasta in the sauce. If you're feeling decadent, add some cream or creme fraiche to the sauce. Ingredients1 pound pasta, corkscrew shapes like fusilli, gemelli, cavatappi2 tablespoons butter or olive oil, plus more olive oil for serving1/4 cup chopped scallions or shallot2 tablespoons Brooklyn Delhi Roasted Garlic Achaar, plus more for serving1 pound asparagus, woody ends broken off1 cup frozen peas1/2 cup Parmesan, shredded, plus...

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  • Asparagus in Golden Coconut Curry

    Asparagus in Golden Coconut Curry

    Asparagus is one of those unsung vegetables and I'm always so happy when I remember to pick up a bunch.  I mostly just roast my asparagus but when I feel like dressing it up a bit, I pair it with my Golden Coconut Curry Simmer sauce and top it with a tadka of spices fried in oil. This dish is perfect served over rice. Asparagus in Golden Coconut Curry Ingredients 1 bunch asparagus (~1 lb)1-2 tablespoons oilsalt & pepper1 jar Brooklyn Delhi Golden Coconut Curry simmer sauce1/2 cup coconut milk or cream1 tablespoon high heat oil like sunflower or canola1 teaspoon...

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  • Instant Pot Pinto Beans

    Butter Masala Beans

    I recently re-discovered the goodness of pinto beans and luckily my kids realized their goodness too so they are now in heavy rotation over here. I prefer cooking dried beans in an Instant Pot because it yields a creamier bean in my opinion and I usually cook it during work hours so it's ready to go by dinner time. If you don't own an Instant Pot or are strapped for time though, you can take 2 15 oz cans of pinto beans, black beans or kidney beans and heat them up with our Cashew Butter Masala and you're done!  I have also made...

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  • Halloumi Butter Masala

    Halloumi Butter Masala with Greens

     Lately I have been subbing in halloumi for paneer in some dishes and I have to admit I may like it better. It just has this salty, rich flavor that is more assertive than paneer. I know that notion is sacrilege to those that worship at the temple of paneer but give this a try and let me know what you think! Halloumi Butter Masala with Greens Serves 4 Ingredients8.8 oz halloumi, cubed or flat discs1 TB canola or sunflower oil1 jar Brooklyn Delhi Cashew Butter Masala Simmer Saucehandful of greens (i.e. baby spinach or kale) For ServingriceBrooklyn Delhi Tomato Achaar, Roasted Garlic Achaar or Mango...

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  • Cauliflower Butter Masala

    Roasted Cauliflower Butter Masala

    Roasted Cauliflower Butter Masala is one of those meals that seems like it takes a lot of effort but really it's a recipe that can go on in the background while you get stuff done! The recipe and I'm using the term loosely here because this is more of a non-recipe is literally roasting cauliflower and then tossing it in my Cashew Butter Masala.  The sweetness and texture of the cauliflower is a great foil to the creamy sauce and pairs perfectly with a little achaar for heat. Roasted Cauliflower Butter Masala Serves 4 Ingredients1 head cauliflower, cut into florets2 tablespoons oilsalt to...

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