Indian Recipes (Most Popular)6327 results - showing 4901 to 4910
Eaten with Indian food, it's a nice contrast to spicy entrees. I change the ingredients just about everytime I make it, but these are the consistent ingredients that I use. Submitted by BAINDEGAEL
Cut chicken into 1 inch pieces. Take an air proof container and mix all ingredients except for the oil, ensuring that the chicken is fully covered in the yogurt and spices. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours (I typically make it and leave it for the next day).
Put your oven on broil. Lay the chicken as flat as you can in a pan or baking dish and drizzle the oil on top. Broil the chicken until cooked all the way through. The top will be crispy.
Served with yogurt sauce.Submitted by BAINDEGAEL
My father immigrated from India to the US in 1968. He invented this omelet recipe to fuse his traditional american breakfasts with the taste of India. Best of all, this recipe has no added salt or fat. Even after changing our lifestyles and diets, my family can still enjoy our saturday omelet tradition as part of a heart healthy breakfast! We hope you enjoy this omelet as much as we do and bring a tase of India to your breakfast!
SALT - you and add it if you want - We chose not to because its not really needed.
Butter - You can use butter to grease the pan but if you are using non stick its not necessary. Submitted by PIYUBOLE
Here a blended tea that will enliven, delight and refresh. Try it at breakfast for an uplifting start to the day. Stimulates circulation, warms the body, expels cold, stimulates digestion, and supports the kidneySubmitted by KM2993
A delicious, low-fat version of a traditional Indian dish.Submitted by JENSFIT1