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All at once light, tender and chewy, homemade naan plays an excellent sidekick with a saucy dish, or the foundation for a meal: pizza, grilled cheese, or as a wrap.
Celebrate life and show your family and friends how much you love them with this fragrant and tender rogan josh curry. Swap out the lamb with beef or chicken, as you wish.
Roasted cauliflower potato curry is a tantalizing twist to a weeknight standby, savory, sweet, and spicy all at once. Stuff samosas, top pizzas or dish up as a savory side.
This is the tempting, easy, basic curry recipe you’ve been looking for. Versatile so that it can be vegetarian or not, North Indian, or a coconut milk enriched swing to Southern India.
Indian Kitchen Building Blocks: For those of you new to Indian cooking, I wanted to go over some of the fundamental ingredients, offer measurements, shortcuts, and options that will help you in the kitchen.
This bright green spinach and cheese curry is a worldwide favorite for good reason. Quick and easy enough for weeknight cooking, fragrant palak paneer pleases even those diehard spinach haters.
Intensely flavored, versatile, easy to cook, and economical, keema curry can be made with any ground meat you love, or tofu crumbles for a vegetarian version.
This mild, rich black lentil dal is a party dish if there ever was one. Or an indulgent dinner with naan, or rice, and a lovely dollop of yogurt on the side.
Potato pakoras are enticing little bites that will brighten up any spot in your day. These onion and potato fritters are so easy and can be made and frozen for a rainy day.
Like potato chips, these puff pastry samosas will be hard to stop eating. Fill them with the traditional fillings of potato curry or keema, or something altogether different. You will love how puff pastry makes samosa making much more likely, and more often!