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cilantro mint chutney

Cilantro Mint Chutney

A simple, yet flavorful chutney filled with fresh and herby flavors that pairs perfectly with our Curried Garbanzo Beans With Spinach recipe. Can also be used as a dipping sauce with your favorite Indian food. 
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a bowl of traditional aloo gobi

Aloo Gobi

A classic Indian dish of cauliflower and potatoes, Aloo Gobi has a complex base of spices and tomatoes. The turmeric gives the cauliflower a lovely yellow color and has many health benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties. Serve with a cooling spinach raita or add shredded kale to the dish to get your greens.
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a plate of cauliflower coleslaw

Cauli-Slaw

This slaw can be made even more colorful by using purple or green cauliflower, and by substituting red apples for the green, or adding red cabbage into the mix. Sprinkle in some currants for more texture and flavor. Although a food processor with a grater attachment is helpful for preparing vegetables for this salad, you can use a hand grater or finely chop the vegetables by hand.
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roasted cauliflower in an orange casserole dish

Roasted Cauliflower, Anchovies, Capers and Garlic

This side can be enjoyed on its own or tossed with pasta or gnocchi. If you don’t care for anchovies, substitute minced Kalamata olives. Just know that the anchovies dissolve in the sauce when cooked and don’t taste fishy. Because anchovies have plenty of salt, there is no need to add more to your roasting cauliflower.
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Cranberry Sausage Stuffing

Chef’s note: Frozen cranberries (not thawed) or fresh cranberries can be used in place of dried cranberries. Pulse the cranberries in a food processor to chop, then measure to 3/4 cup and add stuffing mix.
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