From SAVEUR Issue #167This vegetarian Indian dish from the state of West Bengal features squash, potatoes, and gourds enriched with ghee and sweetened with grated coconut. Gently spiced with clove, cardamom, and cinnamon, it gets a touch of heat from green chiles. Coconut Curry, Indian Recipes, Coconut Curries, Mixed Vegetables, Flavor Magazines, Food, India Issues, Indian Dishes, Vegetables Coconut
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