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This soup is delicious and easy to make. I just omitted the cayenne pepper and increased the spinach amount. Store bought garam masala could be used in the tadka, however, it contains red chili or cayenne, so I recommend that you make your own spice mix. I also used light coconut milk, as I think the regular one is a little too heavy for this recipe.

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I served this vegetable dish as a side for some biriyani leftovers from yesterday. This dish is originally made with potato and cauliflower. I made a version with cauliflower and parsnip. And no chili. It turned out pretty good.

This recipe was adapted from “Potatoes and Cauliflower with Peas” (From Curried Flavors, Maya Kaimal MacMillan).

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This is a special dish for New Year’s Eve. On a normal elimination diet, one should not have too much refined grains or fried food. According to the author, this recipe is a simplified version. I used chicken broth instead of yogurt, ghee instead of butter, no eggs, no chili, no cayenne. For the chicken fry, I used 1 tablespoon of oil instead of ¼ cup.

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