The great thing about quesadillas is their versatility. Any veggies or cheeses can be used. Feel free to play around with them; the combinations are endless.

Taken from "Great Vegetarian Dishes" by Kurma Dasa, this is a well-rounded rice dish that can accompany numerous vegetable creations.

Tempura is an ancient and delicate dish that is prepared in many parts of the Asian world, most notably Japan. The light and crispy taste makes it a favorite, and it is so easy to prepare.

This tangy and sweet chutney can be used as a dip or stir-in sauce for numerous snacks. From pakoras and samosas to sandwiches and salads, this chutney is a perfect condiment to add some zesty flavor.

The finished result of this recipe is an extraordinarily rich, stately cake with a divine flavor and texture.

This creamy, moist milk dish is always served chilled. Whether taken as is or mixed with diced fruits such as ripe mangoes, papayas, or bananas, it is served in individual shallow bowls or cups. It may be sipped or eaten with a spoon.

Waldorf Salad

When I was a child, my parents always served this crunchy, slightly sweet salad, and we never tired of it.

The Denver Hare Krishna temple in the early eighties was home to many great cooks and there was no shortage of reasons for preparing hundreds of amazing dishes, including this special Peddaha jewel.

I first tried this recipe about one year ago and now find myself making it at least once a month! It is quick and easy with a wonderful flavor and a beautiful appearance.

Pedas are small, round, flattened milk based sweets usually eaten and distributed to mark a happy or auspicious ocassion such as Janmasthami. They come in all sizes and flavors but are usually always round in shape.

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