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    Recipe #477609

    My Mom’s famous coconut soup is very easy to put together and makes the perfect comfort food. The kick from the ginger really warms you up!

    Recipe #477608

    The mild flavor of Eggplant or Baingan (as called in India), lends itself to the spicy mixture of onions and tomato (masala) and beautiful flavors are born!

    Recipe #477404

    A bowl of savory, sweet and spicy, does not get better…

    Recipe #477403

    Hariyali Chicken literally means Green Chicken. Breast tenders are rubbed with an intoxicating paste made with cilantro, mint, and other distinctive flavors and grilled to perfection.

    Recipe #477379

    Homemade cream of mushroom soup beats the canned variety any day. It is thick and creamy texture lets you know that this is going to be good!

    Recipe #477236

    Aloo Gobhi is a traditional Indian dish, which simply means potato-cauliflower, a combination of two beloved vegetables cooked together in an enticingly fragrant blend of spices.

    Recipe #477234

    In India, this spiced side dish is popularly called ‘Sookhi Matar’ (dry peas). It is lip smacking, vibrant and completes your spread…. breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #477233

    This crisp, bright dish is a snap to make and is packed with flavor from the slow cooked garlic. The salad stands alone as a light meal and also goes well as meat and potato side dish!

    Recipe #477049

    This is a healthy vegetarian Indian food recipe. Mung Bean Lentils is one of my favorites because it is hearty yet deliciously simple, making it perfect for a stodgy and warming meal of lentils and rice.

    Recipe #477048

    Euryale ferox or for nuts or 'Makhana' as they are called in India, is an organic herbal food with protein as high as 14.52%!

    Recipe #477047

    You will appreciate this recipe's quirky character of mini cakes containing interesting combination of spices!

    Recipe #476984

    ‘Patta Gobhi’ stands for Cabbage and ‘Mattar’ stands for ‘Green Peas’. Indians enjoy this nutritious vegetable as a side dish and also as a sandwich or burrito filling or may be a salad!

    Recipe #476983

    In India, fritters are popularly knows as cutlets and you will be amazed how the garam masala and mango powder make a mouthwatering, tantalizing appetizer! Perfect for the gang!

    Recipe #476853

    Twist on the Indian classic drink, this sweet and aromatic lassi is a sure shot ‘beat the heat’ drink! The fresh strawberries celebrate the summer and rose water adds to the uniqueness.

    Recipe #476852

    Tart lemon adds a citrusy note to the rice and refreshes the palate. Excellent with baked fish.

    Recipe #476851

    Raita is an Indian condiment, which is smooth plain yogurt with a combination of vegetables or fruits. It is suppose to cool your palette during a spicy meal. This mildly spiced raita is kids friendly with a burst of grape surprise.

    Recipe #476850

    This cardamom scented chiffon cake is inspired by the aromatics found in India. Each bite is like an air pillow, with an explosion of flavors. It is the moistest cake you will ever have!

    Recipe #476849

    Toor dal is one of the most common preparations of yellow lentils that are made in Indian homes on daily basis. This dal is very nutritive and full of proteins. Use of the tomatoes and spices make it sweet and tangy! It can be enjoyed as a soup too!!

    Recipe #476848

    The versatile potato does it again! Delicious puff-pastry pockets filled with aromas of India taste like something that would take hours to make but it is super easy and one is not enough.

    Recipe #476847

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