I'm on a three month assignment in India. My apartment has a small kitchen with a single large induction hot plate and a microwave without enough power to pop corn. I like Indian food, but I can't deal with it all day every day and I'm just recovering from a bout of not-so-good Indian food. So: I need to cook, with spartan limitations. I've brought pasta, some grains, and I can easily buy staples. I need some ideas because I'm getting a tired of one-pot pasta dishes and omelets. Help!
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