This Indian Butter Chicken dish is a crowd pleaser and one of the simplest curry dishes to make. The sauce is fantastic and can be eaten without the meat, just add rice or naan. There is no butter in this recipe. The buttery flavor comes from full fat yogurt and cream.
Indian Moong Dal is a popular dish. Usually served with rice but can be offered as a side dish with meats or other vegetable dishes. Moong Dal (Mung beans) are a staple of Indian Cuisine. They are highly nutritious and easy to digest. In this recipe split Moong Dal (yellow in color) are used.
Indian cuisine inspired green split pea soup is light (vegetarian) and nutritious.. The recipe infuses traditional green split pea flavor with coriander, turmeric and coconut milk. The outcome is delicious and completely unexpected. Great tasting soup with nice texture provided by split peas, onions and spinach. For an additional sharpness sprinkle it (right before serving) with a few drops of lemon juice.
This is an authentic Indian chicken curry. The meat marinates in herbs, peppers and spices before cooking. There is no dairy in this recipe. The flavor of this dish is very aromatic and quite original.
Aloo Gobi translates to potato (Aloo) and cauliflower (Gobi) curry. There are different versions of Aloo Gobi. This recipe makes a Punjabi style (North Indian) dish, which means that there is no sauce, and the vegetables are sautéed with oil in their juices and with spices. This curry is easy and quick to make; the …
This Swiss Chard and Potato Curry is a must-try for anyone who wants to incorporate this often-neglected veggie into their meals. By using the whole bunch of chard, including the stalks, the recipe minimizes food waste and adds a unique texture and flavor to the dish. And with chickpeas providing protein and fiber, this curry is hearty and filling. The earthy flavor of the Swiss chard creates a comforting and nourishing meal – perfect for any day of the week!