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Tandoori Spiced Chick Pea & Kale Salad

Tandoori Spiced Chick Pea & Kale Salad

Here is a great way to celebrate the becoming of Spring with an Indian twist.
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Tandoori spiced kale chips using Arvinda's Tandoori Masala.

Tandoori spiced kale chips using Arvinda’s Tandoori Masala.

We hear everyone on the block these days is making kale chips. And why not!? Kale boasts many fine attributes including it’s an antioxidant, high in iron, vitamin C, helps the body with detoxification and is anti-inflammatory. Surely the list goes on!

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Happy Earth Day everyone!

Tandoori Marinated Tofu using Arvinda's Tandoori Masala on skewers on a bed of curried barley.

Tandoori Marinated Tofu on skewers on a bed of curried barley.

Do you ever feel like you’re on auto-pilot, and sort of robotic in your actions?

Sometimes the habits and lifestyle we keep is only out of mere habits, habits that we can change by making easy and simple changes. Small changes collectively make a huge impact. This is what the Earth Day movement is all about!

Adopting a plant-based diet is single most effective way to show Mother Earth some compassion. Meat production is extremely intensive on the environment so even cutting back on meat once a week can make a huge impact! Read more about the environmental impact of eating a meat-based diet in the Vegetarian Times here. Hellllo Meatless Mondays!

Serve this tofu on top of a bed of rice or grain of your choice or on top of a salad.

Serve this tofu on top of a bed of rice or grain of your choice or on top of a salad.

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Tandoori Naan Pizza ~ a perfect March Break treat!

Tandoori Naan Pizza ~ a perfect March Break treat!

If you didn’t get the chance to escape for March Break, treat the kids to time in the kitchen and have them try some easy recipes to practice their cooking skills.

Allowing kids to become familiar with ingredients and getting them to learn about cooking at an early age will be something they will appreciate later in life.

Cooking is a life skill and developing an appreciation for home cooking early on will inspire their creativity and maybe even awaken a passion they never knew they had!

Tandoori Naan Pizzas are easy to make, loaded with flavour and a fun food the kids will love. Here is what you’ll need for an Indian-inspired pizza…

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Here’s a snapshot of what we served at last night’s at Eat To The Beat 2012! Arvinda’s Tandoori Masala marinade on Brar’s paneer with seasoned grilling vegetables served with seasonal Apple Mango Cranberry Chutney.

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Tandoori Paneer Kebabs~easy and perfect on the grill.

For easy long weekend grilling, try something different like paneer, Indian pressed cheese. Try making your own paneer at home or you can buy it in the refrigerated section of your grocery store.

I’ve sampled these Marinated Paneer Kebabs all summer long and the feedback has been great!

This is a no-fuss recipe, perfect for a long weekend! It’s so easy, you can make it without a map or recipe, but here it is anyway!

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Chef Andrew Muto’s Bombay Lentil Salad.

Dear green lentils…where have you been all my life?!

In India, we consume over 60 varieties of lentils and beans ranging from channa dal, chick peas, urid dal, masoor dal, moong beans to kidney beans.

Variety is definitely the spice of life! You can have a different dal cooked in its own unique way and never feel bored with this amazing protein source.

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