If you have trouble finding garam masala in the grocery store it’s easy to make your own blend! I included directions for grinding whole spices or using pre-ground.
Friends. This Lentil Curry might be the only lentil recipe on my site. Wait, let me check… Yep. It is. I was never a huge fan of lentils until I had lentil curry once. There was something about that cozy, porridge-like texture that screamed comfort food for me. Not all lentils end up with that …
Indian food is the best. I love playing with Indian flavors and spices. It makes me so happy. Have you ever had Saag Paneer? It’s a spinach/greens (saag) curry with fresh cheese cubes (paneer). It’s one of my all-time favorites. I had this bright idea of swapping out the cheese cubes for chicken and tweaking …
Curry Roasted Cauliflower is the only form of cauliflower my kids will eat without complaining. I consider this a grand victory! One night I was in a creative mood during dinner prep. You might think that as a food blogger I’m always in a creative mood when I’m in the kitchen.
Indian has always been a huge favorite of mine. And Steve’s. Since the early college days of our marriage when we’d splurge $35 for our anniversary at Bombay House in Provo, UT. We LOVED the rich, flavorful curries and the warm, chewy naan bread. *swoon* Steve started dropping hints about cooking Indian food at home …
I’m not sure why I didn’t try making coconut rice in the Instant Pot before. I’ve had my pantry stocked with coconut milk for over 10 years, and it was just in the last couple years that I’ve tinkered with making coconut rice. Making coconut rice in an Instant Pot is even better. I’m not sure …
As much as I love throwing a burger on the grill with some wild toppings, I sure don’t have a lot of burger recipes on my site! Note to self: create more burger recipes.
The crunchy condiments make this creamy butternut squash soup really shine!
This Indian Shredded Beef makes the most incredible rice bowls. Beef isn’t typically used in Indian cuisine, but it holds up so well to all of the bold spices and flavors!
Egg Curry is an easy, meatless Indian-style curry! Creamy hard cooked eggs simmered in a lovely spiced tomato gravy makes a comforting vegetarian meal any night of the week.
I think Mulligatawny is one of the most underrated soups out there. It’s smooth, Indian-inspired flavor is so good! And it’s a great home for leftover chicken & rice.
This Indian Chickpea Curry is an easy, meatless curry filled with vegetables and tender chickpeas!
If your only experience with curry powder is the sad yellow dust with the red lid, stick around. I’ll show you how to make homemade curry powder and it may change your curry life. You can grind it from whole spices or use pre-ground. I included instructions for both in the recipe notes!
This Mango Chicken Curry is an easy recipe! If you have someone who is new to Indian cuisine, this Indian-inspired recipe is a great one to start with. The sweetness of the mangoes balances the flavors of the curry to make it an easy lovable dinner for everyone! Great with fresh or frozen mangoes!