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Cooling tomato raita goes with anything: curries, kebabs, samosas, steamed rice, or a simple bowl of roasted vegetables. So easy and this North and South Indian mashup will elevate any meal.
Instant pot butter chicken will be a welcome change from your usual weeknight chicken dinner. Plop the ingredients into your Instant Pot, turn it on and put your feet up with a cup of tea or a cocktail.
This Goldfish chaat recipe results in a snack that’s sweet and sour, soft and crunchy, and savory and spicy. It is easy to make and easy to crave, on all levels.
Every meal can be a celebration with a steaming bowl of fluffy, fragrant basmati rice on the side. Here is a quick, stovetop version with no special equipment required.
Indian spiced kebabs are easy, endlessly comforting, and customizable. Perfect small bites with tea or supersize them into a “burger” and have a satisfying weeknight meal.
Chewy, intoxicatingly spicy, and coated with sugary crinkles, these cookies are a must with your next cup of tea. You are going to need to hide them from your cookie monsters if you want any left for yourself.
A perfect, comforting make-ahead pudding for the ending of any meal. Make a chai spiced sweet or one flavored with star anise. So good!
Essential to a harmonious Indian meal is rice, or a flatbread and dal, a lentil stew. There may also be meat, chicken, seafood, or vegetable curries, a pickle (achar), pappad (a thin round “chip” made from chickpea flour and spices) and chutney.
Ingredients for an Indian cook who is making dishes beyond the basics. Stock your kitchen with rice, lentils, and Indian spices to cook your favorite dishes.
India’s formidably hot summers (March, April, and May) inspire many favorite drinks formulated to cool the mind and body. Here are some of the most popular drinks in India.