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.See Popular Indian Cuisine Recipes
Many Indian restaurants call any spiced rice dish biryani, but Suvir Saran insists, "Biryani must be layered." Here, he boils rice like pasta to make it fluffy, then layers it in a casserole dish with yogurt, pistachios, and apricots.
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.
Rajat Parr braises his ultratender lamb shanks in a rich mix of red wine, tomatoes, and cinnamon.
Learn how to make naan - the delicious Indian flatbread that is used to gather many of the bold flavors of Indian cuisine.
A curry mixture gives these salmon fillets a spicy bite. This healthy main dish is served with a refreshing mint raita sauce and rice.
Garam masala is an Indian spice blend. You can buy it premade but this recipe lets you mix it up at home.
This would go well with a roasted chicken or even scrambled eggs.
Curry lovers will enjoy this Indian-inspired recipe that combines lentils, kale, carrots, and tomatoes into a mouthwatering soup.
A Bombayite's version of bananas Foster, this recipe stirs in highly aromatic cardamom for that quintessential flavor associated with many an Indian dessert.
Lassis are ubiquitous in India; the shakes, made with yogurt or buttermilk, can be sweet or salty. The Victorian-style Imperial Hotel in India's capital, New Delhi, where Peggy Markel stopped on her way to Rajasthan, has an extensive selection of lassi. This one is elegantly flavored with saffron.