Top Rated Easy Indian Recipes

by
VAIJAYANTI
Just the thing for a cold wintry night. Here is a wonderfully easy recipe for traditional Indian tomato soup. It is ready in a jiffy, tastes wonderful, and acts as a lovely side-dish or appetizer. Serve it with a heavy curry/rice combo and some papadams and you are in heaven.
0

by
blondie80
This sauce is perfect when creamy and not too thick or too thin. The level of salt and spices can be suited to your taste. Garam and tandoori masala can be found in the ethnic aisle of your grocery store
0

by
ElizabethAuthorAKAHajar
I have been making Indian pudding for ages, since I was 12 in fact. My first recipe, for the two years that I used it, came from Yankee Magazine and while it tasted good it was far too firm, nearly slice-able. Ever since that first year I made Indian pudding I have been the designated maker when in the country. I have used and tried many many recipes in 31 years and none really were what I was looking for. I wanted that soft consistency that did not whey when cooked. I have seen hundreds of recipes stating that it should whey (separate a bit) and I just do not like it. So I set out to do my own and in an easier way. Most New Englanders I know, though some do, would not dream of adding raisins, dried or fresh apples, nuts, eggs or tapioca though I have seen recipes with all of these and worse. This is heart warming, fragrant, a bit spicy and a pudding with that lovely soft consistency. Can I give exact cooking times? No, sorry, but just as flour, all corn meal will take it's own time so I will work here with
0

by
Earthymom
This is a super quick and easy way to use left over rice and veggies. My kids used to love this for breakfast, too. You can use any vegetables you like. I can't remember where I found the original recipe - but I adapted it and have used it for at least 20 years now!
0

by
MEDHALEE
Exciting Indian spices bring a warm, exotic flavor to fried okra.
0

by
hrlyhny
My husband's aunt owns a restaurant in South Sioux City Nebraska and this is how she prepares her's.
0

by
Baker*Chick
The curry flavor shines through without masking the well-balanced flavors of all the other ingredients. BHG.
0

by
Ania
This is an easy and authentic-tasting Indian dish that the entire family will love! Tastes great with plain basmati rice topped with a couple tablespoons of yogurt.
0

by
CALIGAL76
My Indian friend taught me how to make this easy traditional Indian okra recipe using fresh okra and spices in a skillet.
0

by
TattooedMamaof2
Serve with Basmati rice and plain yogurt. From Ania at allrecipes.com
0

by
Lil Ms Tropical
Rich, creamy, traditional Indian butter chicken, moist and kids love it so do adults who prefer little spice!!
0

by
mn
This is a recipe I have perfected over the years and passed onto many others. The sauce is perfect when creamy and not too thick or too thin. The level of salt and spices can be suited to your taste. Garam and tandoori masala can be found in the ethnic aisle of your grocery store.
0