The taste of Rajma (red kidney beans) cooked in a tomato onion gravy enriched with spices (Masala) makes you ask for more. Rajma Masala is usually had with steaming hot rice along with a side of sliced onions and some hot peppers for extra zing.
Simple, Indian egg curry is delicious with a burst of spices. Serve with traditional roti bread or rice.
Complete with chillies, this dal is hardly boring. To help with the heat and enjoy this protein rich stew, top with cucumbers and yogurt.
This creamy – without the cream – soup is full of warm spices and hot chillies and makes for an exciting first course to a Thanksgiving feast.
Master this famous French dessert and you’ll be set to wow any and all dinner guests.
Non pie-eaters will appreciate this dense, moist cake-take on pumpkin spice with honey cream cheese frosting as the perfect accent.
This is great chutney to have on hand to add to rice dishes or stir into soups.
This is an intensely chocolate, fudgey cake for celebrating birthdays or milestones or a truly ravenous sweet tooth.
Don’t skimp beating the butter and sugar together, that’s what gives this delicate cake it’s light texture.
Learn to make a restaurant-quality version of the versatile Indian flatbread at home.
Spicy chutneys are an integral part of South Indian breakfasts. The recipe for this peanut chutney is super quick and easy.
Kulfi is an Indian ice cream that is creamier and thicker than traditional ice cream.