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Meatless Monday: Cauliflower With Sweet Potatoes

Making take-out favorites like Indian food is worth it when the results taste better than restaurants’ versions. That, and you get to eat all of the leftovers.

Meatless Monday: Saag and Paneer

Make Indian food at home in 20 minutes; about the same amount of time it would take you to order it from a restaurant.

Meatless Monday: Red Lentil Salad

Turn quick-cooking, inexpensive and protein-packed lentils into an easy dinner salad.

Meatless Monday: Grilled Vegetables With Tofu

Don’t be tempted by the drive-through; make a meatless dinner in 15 minutes instead: Indian-spiced grilled vegetables with tofu.

Meatless Monday: Stuffed Peppers

Fill bell peppers with brown rice, mashed potatoes and spices for an Indian twist on traditional stuffed peppers.

Sifted: Musical Pairings, Indian Food Palooza and Boozy Foods

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Mushroom-leek mini pizzas + hot hypnotic beats = new level of kitchen inspiration. –Turntable Kitchen #IndianFoodPalooza? We so want in. –Indian Simmer Boozy Foods: Gear up for St. Patrick’s Day by working a little into your food. These twice-baked potatoes are shamelessly delicious. –Dana Treat Technique to Try: Chopsticks to scramble […]

Meatless Monday: Kidney Bean Stew With Sweet Potatoes and Oranges

Make a batch of Bal Arneson’s kidney bean stew for your Meatless Monday dinner, then eat the leftovers for lunch during the week.

Meatless Monday: Green Beans with Paneer in Fresh Tomato Sauce

Our featured Meatless Monday recipe is an Indian dish made with green beans, paneer and spices.

Meatless Monday: Veggie Burgers

A round-up of our best veggie burger recipes for Meatless Monday and Labor Day.

Top Blog Posts of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most. #1 Blog Post of 2010:  “Loving Two Fat Ladies” When Cooking Channel announced it was bringing back the wry, dry and sly ladies […]

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