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December 11, 2009

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This sounds quite yummy!

I agree Laura and it looks so easy. I can't wait to try that bread! Thanks Phoebe and Uttam.

thanks, Laura! and I'd love to hear how you get on with the bread, Stacey...

Speaking as some one who has tried this dish, I can vouch for the fact that it tastes even better than it sounds and looks!

I paid him to say that.

I love that there are two recipes in recent weeks making use of spinach, one Indian and one Greek. (Popeye was onto something!) I am planning an Indian dinner with friends on Christmas Day and look forward to trying this new recipe, Phoebe. You make it sound very do-able. Not to mention very delicious. My mouth waters just thinking about it. My only challenge is to find ghee in Sheboygan, WI. I may need to make a trip to Milwaukee before Christmas! Thank you again for sharing your recipe!

Dear Phoebe and Uttam and Uttam's mother, the spinach dish turned out wonderfully! My friend Alex, who is Welsh and Greek and a vegetarian, is my expert on Indian food. She had ghee and all the necessary spices and so our Christmas dinner was awesomely delicious. She did not have atta, however, so we used regular whole wheat flour. Needless to say our chapatis were a disaster, but we will go to Milwaukee and get atta and try again. My 11-year-old son liked the chapatis, though, he said they tasted like crackers. Yes, they did...

Lisa, I'm going to a shop in town that will certainly have atta. E-mail me your address and I'll send some to you. I want to try it too but I have an electric stove and wonder how it will work. Stacey
ps. The shop is Kalustyans - they do mail order but it might be pricey.

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