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Curry powder

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You can make vegetable soups rich and smooth without using flour or cream. Puree half of the cooked vegetables in your blender or food processor, then add to the soup. Serve this soup with toasted ham or cheese sandwiches on whole-grain country bread.

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Serve this dish with rice and accompaniments, such as plain yogurt, raisins, toasted almonds, and store-bought mango chutney. Curry powder comes in many varieties. Madras, used here, is spicier.

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A thick vegetarian stew made from pantry staples, such as rice, spices, and canned chickpeas, is enlivened with a bit of yogurt and lime. Curry powder, an Indian blend of spices, is a timesaving source of layered flavor; ground ginger brings a quick dash of citrusy warmth.

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A jar with a tight-fitting lid is good for mixing and storing. Dry rubs will keep for up to six months in a cool, dark place, so you can double or triple the recipe if you like. Make sure to label and date the containers.