Hearty, cozy, meatless. This Indian red lentil soup, also known as Bombay Dal Soup, is made with warming spices that are commonly found in Indian cooking for a perfect meal on a cold day.
Hosting a holiday dinner? Think outside the box and serve up a flavorful, cozy Indian-Style vegetarian holiday dinner paired perfectly with wine.
Loaded with a flavorful array of spices and served over jasmine rice, these Indian curry potatoes with spring vegetables are bright and hearty. The perfect dish for a cool spring day.
Chicken Tikka Masala is one of the most popular Indian recipes. Check out an easy version of this classic.
The best way to prepare beets is to roast them. The earthy and sweet flavors come out, and you can dress them with additional herbs and spices for a tasty dish.
Coconut Red Curry Fried Rice is the easy weeknight dinner you need in your cooking repertoire! Just 7 convenient ingredients make up this filling, one-pan meal!
It’s winter. And winter means warm, comforting bowls of healthy goodness. But healthy needn’t be tasteless. And soups needn’t be one dimensional.
The food we grow up with brings us nostalgia in our later years. The beauty of these dishes is that is it special to each family and we can pass it on to our loved ones like secret heirlooms.
Za’atar is a combination of a handful of different spices that packs a punch of flavor. Simply grind and put into a sealed container and sprinkle on almost anything!
Indian Style Radish and Peanut Salad is a great dish to serve as a salad or a side dish for any Indian meal. Crispy, spicy radishes and crunchy peanuts with the tangy warm lemon dressing – every ingredient works well with the other.
How to prepare an easy pakora variety made using cauliflower / gobhi. Whenever winter season arrives and the vegetable market are stocked up with cauliflowers, the first thing to make is gobi pakora. Sprinkle with little chat masala and serve with tea or coffee.
Eat a hearty rainbow with this flavorful and nutrient-packed bowl of curried veggies.
Stay on track with this light and savory Indian recipe made with whole grains.
Welcome to 2017. Yes, the new year is here, and everyone is trying to stick to their lists of physical improvement. This year, on top of committing to that gym membership, let’s also consider what we are putting into our bodies. It does not have to be a bland torture. Here are different cuisines and their common herbs and spices to add plenty of flavor to food with just a pinch of salt.
The dhingri matar is a delicious combination of Mushrooms and fresh green peas, simmered in a luscious, thick gravy.
There’s something incredibly comforting this time of year (or anytime for that matter) about a warming bowl of dal. The combination of herbs and spices (asafoetida, turmeric, chile powder, cumin seeds, garam masala, and curry leaves) along with fresh ingredients (onions, tomatoes, fresh ginger, and garlic) make this dish come alive.
Biryani arancini is a fantastic fusion recipe that is perfect for any kind of of leftover Indian rice preparation.
Dive into a bowl of this Indian Squash Curry, a delicious vegetarian dinner simmered with fragrant spices and rich coconut milk.
As the weather cools, we turn to traditional comfort foods. Think outside the box to international cuisines, like well-spiced, warming, holistic Indian food.
The refreshing drink of ground nuts and rice from the Spanish speaking world gets added flair. Indian spices are mixed in for a twist that works so well.
You will fall in love with this filling and warm-you-to-the-core red lentil stew. It provides dietary fiber, plant-based protein and nutrients to keep you strong all season long. This one-pot dinner makes great leftovers too. Make once and enjoy all week long.
Rasam is a South Indian soup that can be served many ways. This bright and flavorful rasam is made with bright, earthy beets, lentils, and yogurt. A dish served over brown rice makes it a great meal for Meatless Monday!
Chicken Koftas simmered in tomato and onion gravy is the best meal on a weekday or a weekend
Sometimes the guessing game of making a dish can be fun. Without too many guidelines, improvisation and tweaking can create an entirely new dish made specially by you!
There’s still time to enjoy some delicious foods on the barbecue. So fire up your grill and get ready for lip-smacking Fish Tikka Bites served on Pita with some green chutney and treat your taste buds to a carnival of flavors.
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.
India is a place of such diversity that the food and ingredients can change entirely within a few miles you travel. Within the same region, there are differences and even bigger differences when you step into another state. A whole new world, a whole new meal.
For this quick & simple dish has a few ingredients, but bursting flavours that need no accompaniments whatsoever. Of course, a little pickle on the side never hurts though!
Try this simple Indian sweets recipe to serve during the season of festivals in September.
These Indian rice doughnuts are very loosely based on a South Indian snack called Medhu Vada. Medhu Vada are made from black gram lentils (urad dal). Instead of using dal as the key ingredient of the Indian rice doughnuts I decided to mix things up a little and use basmati rice.
South Indian tamarind rice, or puliyogare, brings mouth-watering sweet, spicy, and tangy bites to a meal. It is perfect to be made ahead for a picnic and served with cool yogurt and a crispy cracker-like bread.
Spicy potato patties, Indian-style aloo tikki burger are loaded with flavor and sandwiched between cilantro mint chutney and tomato chili ketchup.
A quick and easy recipe for a healthy dhal, an earthy, gluten free lentil soup that makes for the perfect Indian meal.
Crispy samosas are loaded with potatoes and spices and served with a sweet and savory mango chutney.
A simple Indian potato dish, known as masala aloo, is a great recipe often served to celebrate Holi. It literally brings new life to the table with its bold spices.
A perfect appetizer with some spice, these Indian samosa bites with potatoes are served with a cool raita sauce.
A Thai inspired dish cooked Indian style that bursts with color, texture, and flavor.
A tender, slow cooked lamb curry and potatoes is flavored with bold spices for a delicious hearty combination. Enjoy with flatbread.
In one pot, make a flavorful Indian spiced chicken in a creamy tomato sauce.
A comforting dish, this easy paneer bhurji is a perfect vegetarian sandwich filling and delicious served with roti.
A common street food, soft pav rolls are best when made fresh and served with bhaji, a beautiful blend of vegetables cooked with spices.
Sweet, roasted fennel is spiced with coriander, cumin, and garlic for a beautiful bite of flavor rounded out with creamy goat cheese. An easy, but elegant side.
A simple side often served with Indian flatbread, eggplant and potato curry is a flavorful dry curry-style dish also known as aloo baingan.
Try a colorful, smokey eggplant dish that is a perfect warm bowl for a cool autumn day as we feature the last of fall’s produce.
With bold, aromatic spices, this side dish is a beautiful fall color, a delicious side dish, and even comes with a serving of protein. That’s a win.
A vegetarian black eyed pea dish made with sorrel spinach is perfect as a flavorful side dish or served as a main meal with rice or roti.
These spiced and pickled limes are worth the wait for a finger-licking, fun flavor.
Grilled, spiced paneer is first marinated for an awesome burst of flavor and is later served with a cilantro and mint chutney.
Indian paratha bread is filled with a rich blue cheese and served beside a light watermelon, cheese, and cucumber salad for a balancing summer pair.
There’s nothing like street food in India, but you can recreate the famed fried potato cakes, aloo tikki, filled with spices and paneer.
A traditional tossed and then griddle-cooked breakfast bread that is perfect for soaking up spicy vegetable kurma.
A common street food, Mughlai paratha is shallow fried with delicious, peppery fillings. Try the buttery flatbread with a simple potato curry or chutney.
A traditional egg dish cooked in tomato sauce with an Indian spin of coconut milk and spices. Served with green chutney, is perfect for brunch or dinner.
Celebrate the Holi Festival with this cold, sweet drink made of almonds, spices, and milk.
With a touch of spice, create delicate sweet or savory crepes without the use of eggs or butter.
Topped with a bold green chutney, cheese, chicken tikka, arugula and red pepper flakes, this naan pizza is a delicious twist that is easy to create.
Flavorful ground lamb makes its way in between dough before being pan-fried with ghee and dipped in creamy tzatziki sauce.
This fun savory fried snack uses cabbage instead of the tradition onions in the batter. Enjoy while still warm with coconut chutney or sambar.
One of the easiest curry side dishes, egg curry can be quickly prepared and served with roti, bread, or rice for a hearty meal.
Onion rava dosa is a popular south-Indian breakfast that is irresistible when golden brown. Unlike regular dosa, this dosa is quick.