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Easy Indian Recipes

Easy Indian recipes can be made using ingredients you can find at most grocery stores. You can also check out your local Indian grocer for ingredients. You can also try Indian flavors such as dal tadka. There are many books on Indian food available, so it’s easy to find a recipe you love and make it your own.

Dishoom’s gunpowder potatoes

Gunpowder potatoes are a simple, spicy Indian dish. Basically, the potatoes are parboiled, grilled, and air fried, then sprinkled with gunpowder spice blend. They make a great side dish for any Indian-inspired feast, or can be eaten for a healthy lunch.

Maunika Gowardhan’s chettinad chicken

This fennel-infused chicken curry has a peppery taste with hints  Easy Indian Recipes of dried chilli and fennel. It is made with boneless chicken thigh, which remains moist in the curry and imparts a fuller flavour.

Dishoom’s roasted butternut tikka masala

Dishoom’s roasted butternut Tiki Masala is a deliciously healthy, yet delicious vegetarian curry that will warm your soul. The dish is made with roasted butternut and sweet potatoes, a curry paste and coconut milk. To make this delicious dish, simply place the butternuts and sweet potatoes on a baking sheet and drizzle with 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Roast the potatoes and butternut for 35-40 minutes until tender and soft. Next, heat up the curry paste, stock, and coconut milk. Simmer for 10 minutes, then add the kale and chickpeas. Finish off with a sprinkle of cilantro.

Dishoom’s dal tadka

For this dish, you’ll need a heavy-bottomed pot with a lid. It’s important to use a cooking pot that is oven-safe. I found that a small Staub was the perfect size. Larger pots can result in a dal that’s shallow and undercooked.

Dishoom’s aloo pyaz ki sabji

A classic Northern Indian dish, Pyaz ki aloo is a simple and delicious curry made from onion and potatoes. The name Pyaz ki aloo is derived from the word ‘pyaj’, which means potato. It is one of the staple foods of northern India, known for its high carbohydrate content.

Maunika Gowardhan’s bhindi masala

If you love Indian food, then you will love Maunika Gowardhan’s renowned bhindi masala. This spicy curry is made with a variety of herbs and spices, and pairs well with rice. Moreover, the recipe also includes mango chutney, a favorite accompaniment. This chutney only requires nine ingredients, and is a perfect match for rice.

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