A person that reviewed the recipe substituted chicken broth for yogurt and said that it turned out fine. I've been meaning to try that but haven't yet. So, if you want to try it but don't have any yogurt you could try substituting chicken broth. If you do, please let me know what you think!
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This is a link to a recipe I posted on RecipeZaar.com for Chicken Palak. It's an Indian dish for Spinach Chicken and it's low in fat and high in nutrients! You can reduce the fat content even further by reducing the amount of olive oil you use. This recipe is a combination of several recipes I found on the internet. I originally had this dish at a local Indian restaurant and fell in love with it. I was looking for a way to enjoy this dish at home and this recipe is darn close to the restaurants version. I hope you enjoy!
here is another Indian recipe Curried kidney beans
boiled Beans, red kidney, 2 cup Onions paste 3tbsp Red Ripe Tomatoes, 3tbsp sunflower oil, 1.5tbsp ginger root 1tsp Salt, 1 tsp chili powder, 1 tsp turmeric, ground, 1 tsp
Saute onion paste and ginger in 1.5tbsp of oil let it get brown and add ground turmeric, chilly powder and salt. Now add tomatoes and let it cook for 8-10 min on medium fire .After this add boiled rajma with liquid and let it simmer for abt 5-7 min and serve over a bead of steamed rice.
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