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Ok, so my biggest weakness is for South Indian cooking. Creamy, flavorful, aromatic, aahhh. So I had a craving and came up with this recipe, which is an incredibly delicious alternative. It sounds complicated, but really only takes about 15 minutes to make, clean up included. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I've really been craving my mother's tuna noodle casserole lately (my childhood fave), and figured I could make something at least somewhat similar. This recipe was really pretty easy and didn't even take as long to make the real thing! All I used was a blender (blendtec) and the Joyce Chen spiral slicer set on wider setting (the opposite of the angel hair like pasta setting). You could even make the "noodles" using a plain old veggie peeler. You can also substitute mushrooms for the cubed zucchini in this recipe, and the sauce could be used all by itself as a dip! I will say, I never really measure anything and I feel this recipe should be made to each persons taste. Hope you enjoy!
This is one of our favorite salads. I am not a big fan of grapefruit, but if you are, I've seen a similar recipe with grapefruit instead of oranges that would work just as well.
This is a big hit at parties in the summer. Simple, fresh, easy and a great substitute for that creamy white stuff we're all so used to.