Indian

The Indian subcontinent is the birthplace of many of the world’s major spices—including the world’s most popular spice, black pepper—and has seen the emergence of some of the oldest civilizations known to man. People have been developing Indian cuisine for thousands of years, shaping their food to represent the regional spices of India, from the dairy-rich, warming dishes of the north to the fiery hot dishes of the south. While many well-known dishes are closely associated with Indian seasoning blends, you can also experiment with individual Indian food friendly spices and herbs to put your own spin on these classic recipes.

Indian Fried Chicken
Chicken thighs, which can be tough, turn soft and succulent thanks to the tenderizing quality of a yogurt marinade. We made breading out of cornstarch and rice flour to keep it light and crispy.
Avakaya
Indian culinary culture has a long history of pickling, curing perishable food in a briny solution for upwards to 4,000 years.
Indian Chicken Wings
We had a handful of spices we really wanted to showcase, ones that are fruity and bold, kind of spicy, and complex.
Butter Cauliflower Burrito
Butter Curry: A dish we’ve already happily introduced ourselves to in the form of our Garam Masala-Spiced Butter Chicken a few months ba
Cuckoo Aloo
For regular omnivores, the prospect of eating meat-free dishes might sound bland or unexciting, and a lot of sites might cheerfully suggest when cooking vegetables to “just season with a little s
Butter Chicken
If you’ve never had Butter Chicken before, there’s a chance you're worried it might be a little too extra for you. A mild disclaimer: our Butter Chicken IS lush, but it’s not that lush.
Naan
For some, an Indian meal is considered incomplete without a piece of naan. It can be eaten plain or used to clean up sauces off a plate after a meal is finished.
Tandoori Chicken Pizza
Tandoori chicken was invented by a man named Kundan Lal Gujral.
Chai Spiced Overnight Oats
Overnight oats are nothing new, but for anyone who has never tried them before, you will find that they are so delicious that it is impossible to imagine how you could have survived before them.
Aloo Paratha
Aloo paratha can also be referred to as potato paratha.
Instant Pot Coconut Fish Curry
Our Coconut Fish Curry recipe comes from the Instant Pot recipe book. It calls for 1.5 pounds of white fish like haddock, cod, or tilapia. We used cod.
Golden Milk
A traditional Indian drink, turmeric milk or golden milk is believed to have healing qualities in Ayurvedic medicine.
Tandoori Chicken
Chicken is always one of our go to meals because of its' versatility and health benefits. The only challenge can be keeping the flavors interesting and new.
Vindaloo Curry Spiced Bean and Tomato Soup
This spicy bean and tomato soup is sure to warm up even the frostiest day.
Vegetable Jalfrezi
Roughly translated, Jalfrezi means 'stir fry'.
Punjabi Chicken with Tomatoes & Spinach
If you are new to Punjabi cooking, you will find deliciously rich, creamy meals reminiscent of the most delicious comfort foods.
Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Tikka Masala is a food so popular that it is one of the national dishes of Great Britain.
Sauteed Beef with Spinach Curry Sauce
Many people in India do not eat beef, so this recipe is more inspired by Indian cuisine than taken from it.
Rajma
Though kidney beans do not have a Southeast Asian origin, they have become crucial in the Indian diet, especially in the northern parts.
Quick and Easy Vegetable Curry
Since this recipe yields small portion sizes, we added an extra ¼ cup to each of the vegetable ingredients to give us a little bit more.
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