Indian Recipes (Most Popular)
This is a delicious and easy Pakistani recipe.
Slow cookers aren't just for meat! This is a tasty, affordable one-pot vegetarian meal that's filling and perfect for your slow cooker.
Chewy, homemade flatbread makes any meal seem special. Use in place of pitas, bread, or crackers!
Vindaloo is one of my favorite dishes in the world! This spicy Indian curry can be made vegetarian or with meat and is packed with spices. For those new to Indian cooking, I simplified the spice list, choosing five you might already have on hand.
an old family recipe
A tasty fish dish that any Indian food lover will enjoy! This recipe is packed with potassium.
This is a low fat version of the classic with a lot less fat and tons more zesty flavor!
This creamy, tangy dip does double duty: with mint, it's a perfect pair with Greek fare; with coriander and cumin, it cools down spicy Indian curries.
Easy to cook. Left overs are great cold the next day.
This high-fiber, high-protein, low-fat salad travels well.
This is an Indian mixed vegetable dish served with toasted dinner rolls or wheat burger buns.
A unique fish dish that will leave you satisfied.
This recipe is terrific when served over Basmati rice.
This soup is so simple, with the main ingredient being only carrots, and no potatoes or cream to thicken it. I'm sure there are many directions in which the flavors could travel, but I prefer to make it with a predominantly Indian taste. Feel free to adjust the spicy-level as necessary. I like it with a moderate to intense heat, but you can add more or less cayenne and crushed red pepper to suit your own taste. The final product should be smooth and evenly blended, so you will need some kind of food processing device to get it right.
Indian Kidney Beans
Wonderful family or company dish
These potato cakes have a little kick provided by the jalapeno pepper.
Let the slow cooker bring out all the flavors of the spices in this dish!
Looking for a simple curry that's flavorful but not too hot? This hearty stew fits the bill.
Vegetarian Indian Dish
I adapted this recipe from one that originally used cream. Instead I have used soy milk and a teaspoon cornflour for thickening
This Palak Paneer recipe replaces paneer with extra firm tofu and cream with non-fat yogurt.
Indian spices add zest to this traditional vegetarian dish.
A smooth, low-cal, protein rich soup. It's also super quick to make.
This is an easy and delicious one pot meal. The number of servings seems rather weird, but that is how many 2 cup servings we got. I see that the sodium value is pretty high. There is no way to note it when entering nutrition information, but you rinse the chickpeas which lowers the sodium considerably. Of course you can also reduce the amount of salt you add to lower it even further! If you have left over butternut squash that is already cooked it cuts down the recipe time to less than 30 minutes, just skip the first step and proceed with recipe. Enjoy!