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batter-dipped-vegetable-fritters

Batter-Dipped Vegetable Fritters

Pakoras, or bhajias as they are also called, are a favorite snack. There are numerous kinds of pakoras, this being one of the simplest an...

8402
tamarind-chutney

Tamarind Chutney

This sweet-sour chutney is more like a sauce, and there are many regional variations. The base is tamarind, a very sour pod 3 to 4 inches...

8404
tandoori-chicken-salad

Tandoori Chicken Salad

This is a delightful salad for summer meals or anytime you have leftover tandoori chicken. In fact, I recommend you make a double recipe ...

8405
tandoori-chicken

Tandoori Chicken

A tandoor is a North Indian clay oven that is about three feet high, usually buried in the ground up to the neck. Live coals are placed i...

8406
cucumber-raita

Cucumber Raita

This is arguably the most recognized raita, available on every restaurant menu. Its simplicity also makes it a favorite of home cooks.

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chapatis

Chapatis

Chapati flour is very finely milled durum whole wheat. Chapati is the everyday bread of Indians, made daily in home kitchens.

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basic-whole-wheat-dough

Basic Whole Wheat Dough

This simplest of doughs, made from finely milled whole wheat, is the basis of a variety of everyday Indian breads. Chapati, also called r...

8409
dry-fried-lamb-with-coconut-slices

Dry-Fried Lamb with Coconut Slices

A friend from Kerala shared this recipe from her family. It is typical of the dishes from the area, though it would have been made with g...

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pork-vindaloo

Pork Vindaloo

Vindaloo, a fiery Portuguese-influenced pork dish from Goa, has become synonymous with incendiary heat. Though Goan food tends to be fier...

8411
coconut-chutney-coated-fish-parcels

Coconut Chutney-Coated Fish Parcels

A classic dish of the Parsis of Mumbai (Bombay), this is a showstopping entrêe. I like to serve it with a spicy dal and steamed rice.

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