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Chaat masala’s tangy, hot, sweet, funkiness brightens up roasted vegetables, egg salad, fruit salad, soups, salad dressing, and anything else that needs a bit of zip.
These quick and easy sichuan noodles will be your savior when you have no dinner plans. They are aromatic and comforting, versatile, and endlessly customizable.
Onions are the foundation for many dishes, and cooking them properly is key to a good start. Learn to cook them from translucent to crispy, crunchy umami bombs.
Who doesn’t love anything tandoori, and with this spice blend, you can spice up your favorite veggies, meats, paneer, and tofu. Homemade tandoori masala is vibrant red, smoky, and spicy.
Transformed by salt, spices, and time, this lemon pickle recipe will surprise you with how easy it is to make. And how effortlessly it brings magical flavor notes to a meal.
Easy butter chicken is a perfect introduction to Indian food. Fall in love with this easy and enticing North Indian dish that covers all the bases: make it ahead, good for parties, and even for a weeknight meal.
Indian cucumber salad has an earthy crunch from peanuts, a refreshing bite of cucumber, laced with tomato umami and herbal shreds of mint or cilantro.
Here are the top 20 most popular dishes throughout India! They are some of the best Indian recipes, but I am sure everyone has an opinion about which foods this list should contain. I welcome any and all feedback!
Smoky and enlivened with cumin, garlic and ginger, eggplant curry is comfort in a bowl. Serve as an appetizer with some flatbread and your guests will be so happy.
With big, bold, bright flavors, these 3 green chutneys each add freshness and zing to anything you are serving. Drizzle, dip, salsa, and drip to your heart’s content.