Recipes in the 'Indian' category

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Put some Delhi in your belly with this easy Indian dish. Korma is a traditional Indian curry -- impress your guests and family with this flavorful offering.

For an unusual and nutritious vegetarian meal, give this slow-cooked Indian meal a try. Frying beforehand makes tofu tasty, and the dish is spiced perfectly.

For a comforting, warm drink on a cold day, nothing beats spicy, sweet chai. Make your own at home and skip the fat and calories of the coffee shop version.

Need curry in a hurry? This speedy side delivers plenty of Indian-spiced flavor and can even perform double duty as a main dish for vegetarians.

A little spicy, a little sweet…this chicken salad is unique and flavorful. It makes a satisfying addition to any potluck or picnic and can be made up to a day ahead.

This isn't your typical curry dish. Infused with coconut milk, the one-two punch makes this chicken dinner all the more better. Serve over hot jasmine rice.

This recipe has all the makings of an Indian feast. You can increase or decrease the amount of beef and chickpeas to get more servings. Serve with steamed rice, pita bread, sliced tomatoes, sliced cucumbers and yogurt for a complete meal.

The tandoor is a very important fixture in many Indian restaurants. Food cooked in a tandoor retains all the juices and taste inside and is also considered very healthy. Many people have installed a tandoor in their homes for making bread and kababs. But you can use your oven for this Tandoori dish!

Move over lettuce and tomato -- this Indian salad calls for something far more exciting. Cucumbers and tomatoes come to life when combined with all of the other ingredients, including flavorful cumin spices.

Bypass your local Starbucks and prepare a batch of homemade Indian Chai. This soothing beverage is ideal morning, noon or night. Enjoy with a biscuit or a biscotti.

Basmati rice meshes ideally with the curry flavors of Indian cooking. If you can't find Basmati rice, then substitute your favorite type of rice in this palatable side dish.

This seafood Vindaloo suggests using shrimp as the main ingredient, but you can use any type of seafood. Remember, this dish isn't for the faint of "heat." Proceed with caution if you aren't accustomed to spicy cuisine.

Preparing Indian cuisine isn't the simplest culinary experience. But if you have the time and the patience, you'll be rewarded with an exotic meal that's out of this world. This fancy chicken roti is a good place to start.

Looking for the perfect side to your favorite curry dishes? This is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoy a batch of this exotic, ethnic bread that goes great with Indian meals and all meals.


Let us show you the tandoori. This traditional Indian sauce can be served with chicken, beef or vegetables. It's even great for dipping sauce. Bring an excellent ethnic twist to your favorite dishes.

Eggplant and pistachios perform really well in this delicious Anglo-Indian soup! When you feel like spending some extra time in the kitchen, this an exotic slow-cooking option.


Serve this East Indian dish with hot rice and your favorite vegetable. For those individuals looking to bypass meat and chicken, this is a great option for going vegetarian.

Palak Paneer is a traditional Indian dish that doesn't disappoint. Although it may seem like an exotic recipe, you'll have no trouble making a batch in the comfort of your own home. You're sure to love every last bite.

This cheesecake is known as Ras-Malai. With a different taste than the typical cheesecake, it stands apart from the other variations... in the most appetizing way imaginable.

You don't even have to leave your kitchen to enjoy this international dessert. Prepared with molasses, cornmeal and sugar, it's the real Dehli. The proof is in the pudding.

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