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.
Also known as Vangi Bhaat in India, this eggplant fried rice is an easy and flavorful dish made with masala spices.
Burst of flavor tender & moist chicken marinated in yogurt & a hearty mix of aromatic spices cooked with rice to perfection.
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.
Marinated in a yogurt sauce, roasted, then served with roasted potatoes, cool yogurt and coriander, and naan bread, this masala chicken is about to become a staple chicken recipe in your kitchen.
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.
Give tacos a touch of Indian flair with a chicken tikka masala filling topped with cool yogurt sauce and served in a flatbread.
Slow cooked in a crockpot, this butter chicken is so tender, flavorful, and easy to make.
A flavorful bun made rich with potatoes and milk instead of eggs and spiced with oregano and garam masala. Don’t forget to serve it with garlic butter.
A flavorful, simply-made bowl of rajma with fresh roti. Be ready for a creamy, not-too-spicy dish with a dollop of cream and a fried chili on top.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
Enjoy a spicy chai beverage in the heat of summer over ice. Boil your favorite tea with the iconic spices and chill. Serve with mint and slices of lemon.
A delicious chickpea dish spiked with Indian spices. Easy to make, this week night dinner just simmers on the stove until you’re ready.
Get creative with masala chai tea and mix the perfect blend.
Cooking the rice in coconut milk gives this South Indian pilaf its intensely addictive flavor and aroma.
This popular Indian snack is a form of chaat that originates in the city of Mumbai.
Be warned: this dish is super spicy with heat coming from the green chilies,the red chili powder and the garam masala.
Ambode or masala vada is one of the staple dishes on festive occasions. It is also one dish that can be made and served in a number ways.
The yogurt makes this low fat recipe taste much richer than you would expect whilst also muting the intensity of the spices.
Masala chai is tea prepared with a blend of spices. The tea leaves are heated with the water, milk and spices from cold as opposed to already hot water.
This spicy and tangy prawns masala curry is a delight for every seafood lover.
With it’s green beans and carrot in a freshly ground south Indian coconut masala gravy, this recipe is a sure fire winner.
Looking to bring some variety to your next dining affair? Try these herbed puris spiced up with lip smacking masala.
These spiced pumpkin seeds are great as a snack or sprinkled on salads, soups, tacos and yogurt.
Nandita Nataraj reveals her grandmother’s secret recipe for Hara Moong Masala.