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Old 10-15-2005, 06:20 PM   #11
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Everyone's recipes look fantastic! Now I'll have no excuse to pass by the radishes (which sadly in my local grocery store only come in a vacuum packed plastic bag - not by the fresh bunch!).
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This is over indulgent Indian breakfast
Yakuta, I will certainly give your recipe a try, I have no qualms with a little culinary elbow grease. As well in the past few months I've been introducing my DH to the spendors and variety of Indian cuisine (which I do not for a moment confess to be an expert in ). Do you think that they would work in a non-stick pan or is a dab of oil required?

Daisy, my interest is really peaked by your recipe for radish and cauliflower salad! I would be temped to serve this as a pasta topper, perhaps with a wee bit of cheese too (though the sauce would be rich enough on its own I'm sure).

I like the simplicity of your recipe
GB, just the perfect sort of quick salad for summer evenings or brunches when you don't want to hover over a hot stove for any length of time!

Thank-you all again for your awesome assortment of radish recipes
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Old 10-16-2005, 12:42 PM   #12
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ICAdvisor, you can dry roast the paratha on a non-stick pan (I have a calphalon one that I use strictly to roast my bread). When the bread is light brown and puffy. I add a dab of butter right to the bread on the skillet and toast it slightly with the butter.

Gosh now I have to put aside time to make this as my mouth has started to water :-).
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Old 10-17-2005, 05:13 PM   #13
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ICAdvisor, you can dry roast the paratha on a non-stick pan (I have a calphalon one that I use strictly to roast my bread). When the bread is light brown and puffy. I add a dab of butter right to the bread on the skillet and toast it slightly with the butter.

Gosh now I have to put aside time to make this as my mouth has started to water :-).
Thank-you Yakuta, I am all the more happy about this recipe knowing that it does not require a lot of oil/fat My mouth is a little anxious too! Perhaps this weekend I'll have time!
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