Desserts and Sweets
Lentils and Beans
Noodles and Pasta
Rice and Grains
Snacks and Appetizers
Rice Pancakes (Indian-style)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 & Curry MeatballsSpaghetti 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.
Cardamom CookiesTender, crunchy, lightly sweet, and pretty as a picture, these cardamom cookies are the perfect companion with your tea or coffee break!
Pomegranate Cocktail or MocktailAre 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.
Comforting Goan DalMake 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.
Tangy Tamarind Date ChutneyIf 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.
Easy Curried Cauliflower SoupSilky, 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!
Comforting Chicken Saag RecipeChange 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.
Indianish Carrot Cupcakes RecipeHere 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.
Indian Fish Curry (Recheado)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!
Spiced Rice (Goa)A simple, mild, and perfect side to many dishes, Indian or not, Goan spiced rice can be made on the stovetop, rice cooker, or the Instant Pot. Instructions for all included!
Red Beef Curry (Goan)Red beef curry is fragrant with warming spices, piquant from a bit of vinegar, rich and oh, so flavorful. Instructions for Instant Pot, slower cooker, and stove included!
Goan Chicken BiryaniThis Indian beloved chicken and rice dish is redolent of the spices of Goa. There are steps to follow but do it in two stages if you prefer. But Goan chicken biryani is so worth it!
Instant Mango Pickle (Miskut)This tempting pickle is so quick and easy that even a pickle first-timer will have a captivating side to brighten up any meal. This recipe works even if you can’t find a green mango too!
Alonna’s Chai RecipePerfectly balanced spices make this masala chai a recipe to keep handy. Tea can comfort you, tucked into many corners of the day. Learn to make the perfect cup of chai.
Weeknight Beef Keema CurryEasy to cook, cheap and full of flavor, keema curry can be made with any ground meat you love, or with firm tofu crumbles for a vegetarian version.
Easy Coconut Green BeansSweet and nutty from coconut, these easy green beans are a tasty change from the usual veggie game. Use frozen beans and this dish is done in 20 minutes start to finish!
Fish Patties Goan-StyleDinner to the rescue with these addictive fish patties (or burger-size them) using canned or frozen seafood. Crispy and full of flavor; make these with your favorite seafood!
Goan Garam MasalaFragrant with the flavors of Goa highlighting coriander and the heat from red chilies and black pepper, this just may become your favorite “curry powder.”
Easy Serradura (Sawdust Pudding)Serradura is everything you want in a pudding, rich and creamy, with layers of cakey crumbs. It is a sweet and easy make-ahead ending to any meal.