Top Rated Garam Masala Recipes

Red Lentil Dal
Dals are essentially thick stews made with lentils and traditional Indian spices. On my web site, this is one of my most popular recipes. It’s been around the online block a few times and for good reason. It’s easy, delicious, and cheap. Make it once and it will never leave your regular rotation, I promise.
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Peppered Chicken with Tomatoes and Zucchini
This is another very simple chicken dish, concentrating on big flavor — this time it’s pepper, with a glancing visit to India. It’s an all-in-one dish with the tomatoes and zucchini, although you may want to serve it with rice or new potatoes.
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This summer shrimp recipe uses bold flavors like tamarind, coriander, ginger, and sriracha to make your next barbecue unforgettable. Shrimp lovers everywhere will be lining up for more.
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Habesha Lamb Chops
One of the best things about cooking with lamb is that it is capable of taking on and complementing a variety of flavors. The chutney that tops this grilled lamb pairs with the meat perfectly, while the whole milk yogurt marinade adds a delectable texture to the entrée. 
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Curry
Authentic home-style Indian chicken curry is the Indian recipe people are most familiar with. It’s perfect with rice and naan, but you can always add veggies like potatoes, peas, and carrots to the dish if you’d like a one-pot meal.
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Curried Chick Peas
Author Bio: Melisa Karne is Part time Chef, cooks only for friends and family. Professionally Melisa is SEO Director at Arcapps.com, ArcApps’ mission is to help companies grow, succeed and prosper by harnessing the power of mobile applications and app technology.
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Eden Grinshpan of Log On and Eat with Eden Grinshpan on the Cooking Channel shares her Indian inspired lamb kebab. Eat it with some tzatziki sauce and you're good to go. 
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Fruitcake is a traditional holiday gift, and this recipe will give your fruitcake a spice of Indian flavor.
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Chicken Tikka Masala
I made a "not so traditional" version of chicken tikka masala. But, then again I am not sure if there is anything that qualifies as a "traditional Indian tikka masala." In fact, chicken tikka masala was not even born in India. Rumor has it that years back in the 1960s, a British gentleman stepped into an Indian restaurant and returned his order of chicken tikka, complaining that it was undercooked. Tired of his customer's rants, the chef opened a can of tomato soup, threw in some cream and cooked the tikka in the sauce. Ironically, the dish became so popular in England that in 2001, it was declared England's national dish. Some Indian critics claim that it was born in the early 1500s when Babar, a Mughal emperor sick of choking on the bones of his tandoori chicken, asked his Punjabi cooks to remove all the bones. Cooks terrified of the angry emperor chopped off all the bones before throwing the chicken into the tandoor (clay oven). They cooked the chicken in spices and served it to the emperor. Whatever be the story, I know that it is one of the most popular Indian dishes and the kind of chicken tikka masala a restaurant serves determines the quality of a restaurant and a chef in my book. This is a quicker and simpler version from a busy mom to some Indian food lovers and I have a feeling that you are going to like it!
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Naan Pizza
Pizza is always delicious, but sometimes you want to switch it up a little. This pizza uses premade naan, fragrant spices, and sweet and spicy mango chutney to bring together the flavors of India in a new and unexpected way — and it's super easy to make! Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Mince Meat Cutlets
The Mince Meat Cutlet has been a staple of every Mangalorean household and is a much loved meal accompaniment and anytime snack. I have grown up tasting cutlets that were usually prepared for small gatherings or parties at home, and every grandma or mom would know how to whip up one in no time with the help of an apparatus which is the ancestor of today's food processor. All ingredients would go into the mincing machine and out came the mixture, ready to be fried into patties. The favorite of every child who steals one from the kitchen before dinner was announced and of course a great accompaniment for those high on spirits! See all appetizer recipes.
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Peas and Mushroom Kurma
This is a dish you can put together in less than 30 minutes, and there are no special ingredients required if you have mushrooms and frozen peas handy. It tastes great with hot chapathis, and if you fancy, you can give it a twist of your own by adding additional ingredients (if you have the time to elaborate on it). See all pea recipes. 
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