We’ve kept this tikka masala vegetarian and we weren’t sorry. This is exactly how one would expect such a dish to be: heavily spiced, hearty, and served over rice. It has a lot of ingredients, but hey, this is Indian cuisine, after all.
What seems to be like funny-looking pretzels, is a very popular Indian dessert and snack. You may color the batter however you want, or you may not want to color it at all, but you’ll have to be patient as you let it rest overnight. After deep-frying the spirals, you soak them in lemony sugar syrup and serve garnished with pistachios. You won’t believe your palate.
Care for something hearty and savory, anyone? Then give a try to this combination of minced pork and spices, cooked together in a flat-bottomed wok. The mince gets a real kick from the chili, garam masala, ginger, and turmeric combined. Get creative and pair it with anything you think it’s better. You can even use it as a filling!
Barfi with cashews is yet another incredible sweet treat from India. You only need up to 15 minutes for assembling it. But hold your horses for 3 hours while it refrigerates. The base is fresh breadcrumbs soaked in milk. It’s dense, deliciously crunchy, and you can upgrade it by serving it drizzled with maple syrup and even more cashews.