Let’s Cook Indian!
These lightly sweet, tender rice pancakes make a satisfying breakfast with some fruit or eggs, a welcome snack anytime, or eat them with a curry. Mix up the batter in 10 minutes, then give it a 2-hour rest.
Spaghetti and meatballs Indian-style will change up your dinner routine. Vibrant with a few common spices, this is an exciting but comforting curry meatballs dinner.
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Tender, crunchy, lightly sweet, and pretty as a picture, these cardamom cookies are the perfect companion with your tea or coffee break!
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Are you looking for an easy mixed drink that can go cocktail or mocktail? This easy delicious pomegranate drink is the perfect holiday celebration in a glass.
Make this mild, comforting Goan dal, warmed with fennel, cumin, and coriander. Tamarind or lemon juice brightens this yellow dal curry and gives you a fresh look at lentil soup.
If you love Indian food you will want to make this sweet, spicy, tangy tamarind date chutney. It is surprisingly easy to make with just a few common spices.
Silky, warming, and oh so comforting, curried cauliflower soup is just the thing you need to make for dinner. Did I say healthy too? It is vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free, and even keto!
Change up your chicken dinner routine with this healthy, rich, and creamy chicken saag recipe. Even your pickiest eaters will love it, and it is a delicious way to feed veggies to your family.
Here is a collection of quick Indian recipes perfect for fall and the kitchen weary. From delicious desserts to stir-fries, rice, and a juicy turkey burger. All with Indian flavors ~ simply delicious!
Here is a carrot cupcake recipe that is light, moist, and spiced with the warming flavors of cinnamon, cardamom, and fennel. Perfect for any ending of a meal or a tempting afternoon snack.
Vibrant, fresh, and captivating, Indian fish curry has a green sauce that deliciously solves weeknight dinner doldrums. Use your favorite seafood and double the marinade so you can freeze extras for a rainy day!