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Joined Date: Oct 20, 2009
Reviewed Meatball Curry
"I've never been disappointed by one of Aarti's recipes. This is absolutely delicious... like Indian comfort food with just the right touch of spice. Very easy to make... even easier if you keep Aarti's ginger-garlic paste around."
Reviewed Chickpea and Artichoke Masala
"I made this as a side dish, but it would make an excellent vegetarian/vegan main course. The recipe is unclear about whether to use brined or unbrined artichoke hearts... I used the oil-marinated hearts I had in my fridge and they added a really nice flavor to the dish. I'll definitely be making this again."
"This was really delicious and very easy to make. Tempering was fun and the smells were heavenly! The flavors were really complex and very well-balanced. I don't think my carnivore husband even noticed that it was vegetarian."
"My husband and I absolutely loved this recipe! The flavors are so deep and soulful. The recipe calls for quite a lot of vinegar, but if you take the time to reduce it by half, then add the stock, everything comes out beautifully! Anne and Aarti Sequiera are the two Food Network chefs whose recipes have never disappointed me... I've made dozens of them and they always end up on my "make again" list."
"I'm eating leftover Moroccan Carrot Salad as I write this. Yum! Just wonderful!"
"This was spectacular! I made it a little spicier than Aarti likes it and served it with her raita over basmati rice.
I haven't run into a bad recipe from Aarti yet. She's a gem!"
Reviewed Sweet Corn and Chicken Soup
"This soup was a huge hit in my household! I was a bit worried about using canned creamed corn, but the flavor was fresh and lovely. We'll definitely be having this again soon."