Vegetarian Malai Kofta

Vegetarian Malai Kofta

You must give this recipe a try – it’s Indian cuisine inspired, so expect extra-spicy and hot. Our proposal is called koftas, which are vegetarian cottage cheese and potato balls. We served them dunked in a delicious, flavorful gravy.

Almond and Pistachio Rice Pudding

Almond and Pistachio Rice Pudding

This is kheer from India, a cardamom-flavored, sweet rice pudding. You can toss in there a whole array of goodies. We stopped at almonds and pistachios. Did we mention this is also temple food and can be consumed by the gods, too? So why wait?! Give it a try!

Lentil and Sweet Potato Dahl with Rice

Lentil and Sweet Potato Dahl With Rice

This recipe has a lot of spiced ingredients but it’s no wonder since it’s a healthy, vegetarian, Indian dahl. The rice and lentils, together with the sweet potato get deliciously enhanced by garam masala and coriander. It doesn’t take much of your time to prepare – 30 minutes at most.

Honey and Yogurt Spicy Chicken Thighs

Honey and Yogurt Spicy Chicken Legs

Be warned! This is heavily-spiced Indian stuff. What you’ll do here is seriously upgrading the chicken meat. The hot and spicy marinade will give it an extra kick, thanks not only to the garam masala, coriander, curry powder, and turmeric, but also honey, yogurt, and lemon zest.

Basmati Rice with Smoked Trout

Basmati Rice With Smoked Trout

This is Kedgeree and is inspired from the Indian cuisine. It’s all savory buttery onion cooked together with curried rice. This gets even more delicious with shredded smoked trout being mixed into the basmati rice. Usually, it is served with boiled eggs.



Rajma is a vegetarian dish. But this is not your ordinary bean stew; it’s a lot of tastes brought together on a plate. Flavor it heavily the Indian way with chili, garam masala, coriander, and cumin. Make it salty and sweet and serve it with fresh parsley and some red onion.

Aloo Tikki Burger

Aloo Tikki Burger

Aloo tikki is a snack originating from Nothern India, usually with potato as its main ingredient, plus other veggies and Indian spices. Many people say that it is the Indian equivalent of a burger. It is also a vegetarian alternative for a burger, so it is perfect to try if you’re in the mood for one. We’ve tested it and really enjoyed it, what about you?

Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani

All the way from India comes this delicious traditional recipe. The main ingredient for biryani is the basmati rice, flavored with all kinds of ingredients. Here we have spiced it up with strong flavors like cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, and turmeric. It also has raisins, almonds, and here we have served it with some delicious chicken thighs!

Lentil Curry With Rice

If you enjoy Indian cuisine as much as we do, then you will surely enjoy this recipe. It’s a lentil curry spiced with ginger, coriander, and turmeric, that’s traditionally served with rice. You can cook the rice in a straightforward, no-fuss way, because the curry has all the spice you will need.

Spicy Fish Curry

Curry is a dish originating from Indian cuisine, whose common feature is the use of complex combinations of ingredients and spices. And more often than not, a rich and delicious sauce is involved. Curries can be made with veggies, chicken, lamb, and even fish. So, try our version of fish curry, and discover its wonderful flavors and aromas.

Turkey and Leek Curry

If you have some leftovers from last night’s hefty dinner, here is a nice way to enjoy them in a totally different dish. You can make this delicious Indian curry by adding the leftovers next to some mushrooms and leek. Add garam masala, ginger, and coconut milk to the curry, and enjoy its delightful flavors.

Lamb Curry

Don’t be afraid of cooking lamb meat, because the result is worth the efforts and the flavor is to die for! Why don’t you give it a go with this lamb curry, with its tender texture and complex aroma brought to the forefront thanks to all of the spices. First make a marinade with yogurt, ginger, and garlic. After the lamb has soaked up the flavors, cook it on the stove with lots of onion, a couple of cinnamon sticks, turmeric, paprika, nutmeg, and mustard seeds. It’s simple, but it amounts to an intense experience.

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