Indian Cuisine

Indian food is familiar to most Americans, but how often do you make it at home? Most Indian dishes are not hard to make, and they are full of flavor. So try one of these Indian dishes today.

Devilishly Good Deviled Eggs

Midwest Living

No time to cook the eggs? No worries! Pick up a bag of peeled hard-cooked eggs from the produce section of a large supermarket, or raid the grocery store salad bar.

Country Captain

Diabetic Living

Curried Lentil Soup

Family Circle

Curry lovers will enjoy this Indian-inspired recipe that combines lentils, kale, carrots, and tomatoes into a mouthwatering soup.

Curried Salmon and Mint Raita

Family Circle

A curry mixture gives these salmon fillets a spicy bite. This healthy main dish is served with a refreshing mint raita sauce and rice.

Indian Spice Rub

Diabetic Living

Cucumber Sandwiches

Midwest Living
Total: 20 mins

Kulfi (Saffron-Pistachio Ice Cream)

Better Homes and Gardens

This traditional Indian ice cream, or kulfi, made with reduced whole milk, is a smooth and cooling treat.

Garam Masala

Better Homes and Gardens

Keep this Indian spice mix on hand to season poultry, fish, and vegetables.

Curry Pea Baby Food


Plain yogurt, frozen peas, and just a touch of curry are all you need for this baby food recipe.

Naan Bread

Better Homes and Gardens

Naan is a flat bread often served at Indian restaurants. Make your own using this recipe.

Total: 45 mins
Indian Cuisine  Recipes: Take your pick!
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