Indian Curry Dishes
When most people in the U.S. think of Indian food, curry is often comes to mind first. Curry, though, has a broad definition, so try recipes such as Slow-Cooker Vegetable Curry, Curry Dip with Artichokes, Chicken and Apricot Curry, and Curried Butternut Squash Soup for a vast array of curry dishes with an Indian influence.
This easy slow cooker recipe lets you enjoy all the flavors of peanut chicken without resorting to take-out! Brimming with hot, spicy, nutty, and savory flavors, it will be a chicken recipe you turn to again and again.
Curry paste and coconut milk give this chicken dinner authentic Indian flavor.
Coconut milk, ginger and (of course) curry powder add Indian flair to this slow cooker chicken dinner.
A trio of spices--curry powder, ginger, and cumin--proovide an exotic flavor to chicken. Because the vivid colors of fresh spices may stain your fingers, consider wearing plastic gloves before working with this rub.
Make your own Indian food at home to control the nutrition and spice level. Your slow cooker does nearly all of the work for this vegetarian dinner.
If you like, fix this saucy chicken curry with boneless chicken thighs. Just reduce the cooking time to 10 minutes after adding the chicken broth.
Tease your taste buds with this invigorating alliance of sweet raisins and hot pepper sauce.
Curry powder and feta cheese bring big bold flavor to these stewed vegetables. Make this ratatouille a meal by serving it over rice or pasta.
Toss these chicken meatballs in any rice, pasta or soup recipe you enjoy or just eat them with a toothpick as an appetizer!
Garam masala, a spice blend you can make or buy, adds bold flavor to this vegetable pizza. Jalapeno peppers add a little spicy heat.
Skewers are easy to eat and are great for entertaining. Toss veggies and chicken in a sweet, zesty marinade and thread in an alternating pattern to perfect this recipe.
This healthy meatless meal is packed with high fiber vegetables. Pistachios on top add color and crunch.