Asafoetida

Asafoetida, also known as hing, is a spice used to add flavour to many Indian and Middle Eastern recipes such as dhal and curry. When cooked it has a smooth taste reminiscent of leeks or onions.

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Global Cuisine

 
18 reviews
 
45min

Spicy yellow lentils combined with tamarind pulp, green capsicum, diced tomatoes and desiccated coconut. Spiced with coriander seeds, mustard seed and red chillies.

Recipe by: NAGARAM

 
40 reviews
 
25min

This is a simple Indian vegetarian recipe also known as ‘Aloo Gobi ki Subzi’ that combines potatoes and cauliflower in a rich tomato based curry sauce.

Recipe by: MEDHALEE

 
7 reviews
 
40min

This potato and spinach curry is one of my favourite dry Indian vegetarian curries. Easy to make, tastes great - makes a perfect vegetarian main or side.

Recipe by: SUSMITA

 
9 reviews
 
40min

A spicy vegetarian potato curry flavoured with cumin, coriander and tumeric. It goes very well with fresh roti bread or with plain cooked rice.

Recipe by: SUSMITA

 
6 reviews
 
40min

This potato and beetroot based curry dish is seasoned with red chilli, cumin and curry leaves. The sweetness of the beetroot works great with potatoes and the spices.

Recipe by: SUSMITA

 
13 reviews
 
25min

A vegan side dish called Bhindi which is flavoured with asafoetida powder, which you can find in shops that sell spices. Use it sparingly!

Recipe by: Shanthi

 
1 review
 
45min

This is a Gujaratai dhal recipe for the serious dhal fans. An Indian style of fresh pasta - dhokri - is cooked in the dhal, kind of making it like a dhal pasta soup. This dhal should be liquid, not like the whole dhal you might be more used to.

Recipe by: KORasoi

 
6 reviews
 
25min

This is a great vegetarian curry with a blend of heat and spices. It goes great with white rice or naan bread.

Recipe by: SUSMITA

 
18 reviews
 
30min

This is a quick variation of an Indian okra dish that my mother used to make. The spices really make it but if you don't have amchoor you can use a teaspoon of lemon or lime juice instead.

Recipe by: Manisha

 
37 reviews
 
40min

This is a sweet Indian chutney recipe which combines herbs and spices with tamarind paste and sugar.

Recipe by: STEELTOWN

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