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Sweet and Spicy Nuts: a little sweet and a little spicy (or very spicy, it is up to you), and very crunchy, these nuts will be your favorite, easy go-to, when you need a little something with drinks, or a snack.
Fragrant with spices, this dreamy, creamy make-ahead chai pudding is the perfect ending to any meal. Here are 3 ideas depending on your favorite flavors.
The core of an Indian meal is rice, or a flatbread and dal, a lentil stew. There might also be meat, chicken, seafood, or vegetable curries, a pickle (achar), pappad (a thin round “chip” made from chickpea flour and spices) and chutney.
Once you have gotten the basic Indian dishes and ingredients under your belt, you may want to play around with recipes that have more unusual ingredients.
India’s formidably hot summers (March, April, and May) inspire many favorite drinks formulated to cool the mind and body. Here are some of the most popular drinks in India.
This biryani tastes so good you will not begrudge it the extra steps it takes to produce this utterly delicious chicken and rice meal. The rice is so fluffy and aromatic, run through with herbs and spices, and the chicken gloriously tender.
Bengali prawn curry is a with a quick, luscious creamy sauce, with a hit of mustard. A must weeknight main meal that you can whip up at a moments notice using shrimp you have tucked up in the freezer.
Aromatic and mysterious, curry leaves add richness to Indian soups, meat and vegetable masalas, pickles, and snacks.
Easy to make, no special equipment required, perfect recipe for yogurt lovers. Healthy, snack worthy, or dial it up as the basis for a luscious dessert!
This straightforward step-by-step guide on how to make paneer will give you a versatile and luscious cheese for your favorite dishes: palak paneer, fill samosas, or top your naan pizza.