Top Rated Roti Recipes

In Indian culture, there is nothing that compares to your mom’s homemade roti. It requires three simple ingredients, but it takes a lot of practice to strike the perfect balane of thin and circular. Once the dough is ready, it’s rolled out and toasted on a flat pan until it’s evenly cooked — and if you’re particularly skilled, it puffs up like a pillow. 
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Aloo Muttar
This is a fabulous dish to cook when you have nothing in the fridge, the cupboards are bare, and you need a little pick-me-up. Just take the single lonely potato from the bottom of your veg basket, peel the bag of frozen peas off the side of the freezer, throw in a little Indian magic and you'll have a cozy meal ready in no time. Recipe courtesy of Hari Ghotra
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Easy Chicken Curry
This quick chicken curry maximizes on simple Indian flavors and spices like onions, garlic, ginger, red chili powder and garam masala. The ginger and garlic are blended into a paste with the green chiles, which cooks into the onions, tomatoes and chicken. Use boneless chicken for faster cooking and serve with fluffy white rice. Recipe courtesy of Hari Ghotra
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This recipe is very quick to make, which is what you want when you're dealing with the sniffles, but it also packs a punch. Ginger is not only a staple in Indian cuisine, it’s also known for its immune-boosting properties. Simply blend the ingredients in a blender, add the spices and leave it to simmer until you’re ready to curl up on the couch.Recipe courtesy of Hari Ghotra
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