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nafnuly Posted on Sat May 02 2009
thank you!! that looks delicious! my mouth waters every time i watch a video of yours :)Reply 0 - Replies
Exportlover Posted on Sat May 02 2009
wow Sanjay! I like hot, hot food but that looked like a bit much chili for me. Maybe 3/4 cup would be great. Speaking about spicy I was wondering with your busy schedule you might find time to make a Lamb or Goat Vindaloo it is my all time favorite.Reply 0 - Replies
ccoulton Posted on Sat May 02 2009
Great recipe...can you also make garlic pickle? my dad loves it and we always get it from family in india but i would rather make it for him. Thx much :)Reply 0 - Replies
biancanera Posted on Sat May 02 2009
He wrote that you should use 1/2 instead of 1 cup because it was too hot. Watch the video again.Reply 0 - Replies
Exportlover Posted on Sun May 03 2009
thank you for helping me find huge red letters on the bottom half of the screen that I must have missed the first time around...... I ment 3/4 cup is good for my taste.Reply 0 - Replies
Tivne Marlene Posted on Sun May 03 2009
This looks tasty, but how is it eaten? Is this a snack or a condiment?Reply 0 - Replies
gwapala Posted on Fri May 08 2009
This is eaten with chapathis, parathas, curd rice, etc. This is spicy and hot and one piece is sufficient.Reply 0 - Replies
seygra20 Posted on Sat May 09 2009
didnt realise u cud eat d skin of the lemon ...but i need to see how is this eaten?Reply 0 - Replies
catsmew Posted on Sat May 02 2009
Do I have to keep this in the fridge?Reply 0 - Replies