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Jaipur in a Jar.

I've always found Indian cooking to be an intimidating project. Maya Kaimal's simmer sauces have taken out the guesswork when it comes to spices, as well as making an Indian meal for dinner as easy as sauteing veggies and opening a jar. There are four vegan flavors: Madras Curry, Kashmiri Curry, Goan Coconut, and Jalfrezi Curry. While I enjoyed them all, I particularly enjoyed the Goan Coconut and brought the coconut flavor out even more by adding some coconut milk and shredded coconut to top my dish. The flavors listed on the back of each shelf-stable jar will give you an idea of what veggies will be good to toss in, though I found that cauliflower, carrots, onions, chickpeas, and tofu went well with all of them. Once your veggies are cooked through and heated with the sauce, an exotic-tasting dinner is served just like that! Find Maya Kaimal's sauces at a store near you by using the store locator on Written by Samantha Gendler.

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Title Annotation:veggie bits
Publication:Vegetarian Journal
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2017
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