New Food for an Old Holiday
To my mind, food tastes better outside. And the summer foods like ice cream and burgers are special treats that I don’t eat every day. We’ve put together some suggestions for foods that are easy, health-ish, and full of Indian flavors. There is something for everyone—a colorful cabbage and carrot slaw with popped mustard seeds.
Go Indian-American with Indian-spiced sloppy Joes, or make a juicy turkey burger infused with fresh herbs. Finish up with strawberry ice cream with rose water or my new, but already popular cardamom almond crunch cakes, or both.
I am especially excited to have an all-American cookout with turkey burgers and a vibrant slaw on the side.
Happy 4th of July eating!
Six Indianish July Fourth Recipes
This juicy turkey burger is flavored with fresh herbs and simple spices that will make you forget all those dry, flavorless turkey burgers you’ve had. Dress them up or down. So good!
Easy coconut cabbage salad is bright and flavorful with lime and mustard seeds. It is a delicious side to any burger, your favorite chicken, steak, or a simple piece of fish.
Rich and creamy roasted strawberry ice cream with three secret ingredients. Lots of garnishing and mix-in ideas, churn and no-churn, no egg, no overnight chill!
Cardamom crunch almond cupcakes are tender little delights with an irresistible crunchy topping that takes to whipped cream, berries, and stone fruits of all kinds. Being gluten-free is a bonus.
Sloppy and healthy, but oh so flavorful, Indian turkey sloppy Joes will make both kids and adults happy. Use any ground meat you love, or tofu crumbles, and serve on hot toasted buns for added flavor and crunch.