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Joined Date: Aug 25, 2010
"I made this recipe today (along with Aloo Gobi) and boy, was it a hit! I actually forgot to stir in the cream--and my son and I both loved it (without realizing anything was missing. When I added the cream, it was heavenly, just like what we'd get from the best Indian restaurants.
One thing I'd do differently next time, though, is to grill the chicken pieces before cutting them. I cut them too small and I have the exact grill Aarti used in the episode--it is much better to grill large pieces than bite-sized pieces.
"I made this dish today--it was SOOOO good! What I like most about it is the how bold the flavors are and yet how well all the flavors blend. And this dish is really easy.
My young son got me hooked onto your show and bugged me to make your dishes. I am so glad he did. Thanks, Aarti!"
Reviewed Sloppy Bombay Joes
"This is one of our favorite recipes ever! It tastes really good and really flavorful. We've made this several times. It is so easy to make that we have added it to our list of dishes to cook for company. "
"Loved the pie! Excellent!"
"This was so delicious that even though I am not a big meat eater, I ate a bunch (along with the serious carnivores in the family)."
Reviewed Hot Dogs a la Rose
"My son loved this recipe, so I am giving it 5 stars, since he got me started with Aarti and I made it for him. But my husband wasn't too keen on it--he has certain expectations for what hot dogs ought to taste like."
"I made this recipe today (along with Aloo Gobi) and boy, was it a hit! I actually forgot to stir in the cream--and my son and I both loved it (without realizing anything was missing). When I added the cream, it was heavenly, just like what we'd get from the best Indian restaurants. Thanks, Aarti!"
Reviewed Creamy Pistachio Pops
"Love it! Love it! I've used several different times of Indian tea (depending on what I had handy) and the recipe came out great. I used expresso cups (or small mugs) instead of making creamy pops--not as fun but just as good!"