Indian Express

                    So my passsion for food is growing almost everyday, and its further reinforced by this awesome show on the Food Network call Eat street, it broadcasts street food across north American. Recently they went to London England, and came across this amazing guy who cooks Indian food on the street, "Everybody LoveLove Jhal Muri Express" one of his top seller is Jhal Muri a fusion of indian spices with lentil and others. So I decided to do my own version of Jhal Muri, instead of calling it Jhal Muri its call, 'Indian Express"Here is the link for the orginal recipe of Jhal Muri,

Indian Express:
-1/ 4 cup of French lentills (washed and resined) or can
-Chick pea (can)
-1/4 cup of wild rice
-1 cucumber (chopped)
-1 tomato (chopped)
-3 green onion
-1 cayenna and jalapeno pepper (chopped)
-2 tbsp grounded ginger
-2 tbsp fresh lime juice
-1 tbsp mustard seeds
-2 tbsp grounded tamarind
-2 coriander
-2 tbsp cumin
-1 sea salt
-2 tbsp olive oil
-1 grounded pepper

1. Cook wild rice according to package instruction. Or in a large pot boil water with oil and salt and add rice. Let it cook for 30-35 minutes. Make sure the rice is not too soft.
2. In a large pot add boiling water with oil and salt, add lentil and let it cook for 40 minutes.
3. Mean while, in a large mix bowl, chopped cucumber, tomato, cayennna, and jalapeno pepper. Spice everything with one tbps of ground ginger, mustard seeds, tamarind, coriander, cumin, salt, ground pepper and salt. Mix well.
4. once the rice and lentil are done cooking, mix with the vegetables, and chickpea. Again, spice everything once more with 1 tbsp of ginger,tamarind, coriander, cumin, oil olive and a lime juice. Mix well again.
5. Serve in bowl cold or warm, bon a petit
This recipe is really simple and amazing, also its vegan, and vegetarian friendly.

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