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  • For those who are used to kadhai dishes, this is a great addition. It is also perfect for vegetarians as both the cheese and mushrooms in the dish are full of good nutrients. This is a perfect when served with either rice or naan.Explore Recipe »

  • Keema can be prepared from any type of meat according to your preference. This particular recipe uses minced mutton cooked with peas. It is a very popular Indian non vegetarian dish which is usually served as part of a main course menu. It is eaten with rotis, parathas and naan.Explore Recipe »

  • Bourbon, the pride of Kentucky, isn't just for cocktails. It adds a big jolt of flavor wherever it's added. Incorporated into this sauce, bourbon adds a richness and depth of flavor not typically found in a stir-fry. Serve over steamed brown rice.Explore Recipe »

  • Kippers, or smoked herring, is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acid and makes a great alternative to tuna. The smokiness adds a special flavor to this salad, which can be served on top of mixed greens or spread onto whole grain bread.Explore Recipe »

  • Kiwis are a rich source of Vitamin C while strawberries are famous for their antioxidant rich properties. This parfait contains a crunch of oats and honey sweetened yogurt, which makes it the perfect light dessert after a heavy meal.Explore Recipe »

  • Remember: Smoothies are not beverages, they're meal replacements, so keep their nutrition facts in mind when considering your overall diet plan. If you've never tried the gem of New Zealand, this smoothie is the perfect opportunity to introduce the fruit into your diet. Its mild flavor is perfect for breakfast.Explore Recipe »

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