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 Asafoetida in Indian Cooking?

Answer Asafoetida (also asafetida) is a strong spice that reminds many of garlic, especially when it is fried in oil. The gum of the Ferula plant is first dried and then normally powdered for use, althoug... Read More »
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West Indian Cooking?

The Caribbean's history of migration has left its mark on West Indian cooking, with influences ranging from French, Spanish, African, Native American and East Indian. Although each island has its o... Read More »
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Gee as in indian cooking, is a form of butter isnt it?

it's spelled, "ghee". it's clarified liquid butter, and, as such, probably lacks some of the "nastiness" of solid butter. recent studies seem to show that butter's not as bad as all that, though, a... Read More »
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Is a dishwasher suited for Indian style cooking (greasy, oily, etc)?

If you rinse the dishes under the hot water tap first it gets rid of most of the grease, then put them in the dishwasher.
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