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Creamy egg curry with methi leaves

Rich, creamy and flavourful Egg curry with methi leaves. Gluten free methi anda curry is a perfect party recipe to serve with rice.

from food.101taste.com

Chickpea Daal (Indian)

Chickpea Daal (Indian) from Food.com: This is my mother's recipe. There are variations throughout India and this is from Northern India (Punjab). It is actually a relatively easy recipe and can be left unattended for the majority of the time. Make sure to use the best and freshest ingredients available. Leftovers can be kept in the fridge for a few days.

from savory tooth

Best chicken tikka masala

Best chicken tikka masala - I’m in love with this chicken tikka masala recipe — it’s restaurant quality, made from scratch, and easy to make. It’s relatively quick to make as well; most of the time is spent marinating the chicken and only 20 minutes is spent simmering the sauce on the stove. If chicken tikka masala is your go-to dish to order at Indian restaurants, then you’ve got to try this! - savorytooth.com

from Layers of Happiness

The Best Vegetable Curry Ever

Vegetarian cooking in India is healthy, delicious, easy and so flavorful! If you eat Indian food you know just how delicious their vegetarian dishes are!  If you haven’t ventured into Indian or maybe just haven’t made Indian food for yourself at home, this is the perfect dish to start with.  You have probably heard me …

from BuzzFeed

23 Classic Indian Restaurant Dishes You Can Make At Home

23 Classic Indian Restaurant Dishes You Can Make At Home - i know what I'm gonna be cooking for the next month

from BuzzFeed

23 Classic Indian Restaurant Dishes You Can Make At Home

<b>Give your takeout delivery guy a break.</b> You can make great Indian food at home.

Tandoori Fish Kebabs 1 lb salmon belly, cut into bite size pieces (I have found salmon belly to work best for this recipe) 1/2 cup all purpose flour, with a pinch of salt and 1/2 teaspoon chili powder mixed in 2 teaspoons tandoori masala (I prefer Rajah brand) 1/2 teaspoon of ground black pepper Salt to taste 2 teaspoons garlic paste 2 teaspoons ginger paste Juice of 1 lime cooking oil Sliced onion and chopped cilantro for garnishing 4-5 lettuce leaves for serving (optional)