Suprisingly easy to make, the South Asian chewy flatbread called naan is a snap to make. Whether you choose garlic naan or loaves dusted with cumin or nigella, you can bake these easy recipes in a regular oven.See Popular Naan Recipes
Naan is a flat bread often served at Indian restaurants. Make your own using this recipe.
If you're a fan of Indian food, you need to learn how to make naan, that delicious flatbread that's literally made for sopping up the bold, flavorful sauces common in Indian cuisine.
Learn how to make naan - the delicious Indian flatbread that is used to gather many of the bold flavors of Indian cuisine.
Canned chickpeas are often used in salads or hummus, but Grace Parisi roasts them here with eggplant, prewashed spinach, and onion to make a great vegetarian main course.
Some Indian food--think puffy naan, true tandoori chicken, and whisper-thin veggie-filled dosas--may be better left to the pros. It takes a deft hand and often a special oven to create these masterpieces of Indian cuisine. But when you have a taste for a gently (or not so gently) spiced curry, forget the takeout menu and make it at home.
Skip the pizzeria and try one of these delicious and inspired variations for dinner tonight. (Gluten-free and Paleo options included!)
One of my favorite things about Indian cooking is that the Indian recipes I make at home generally taste "authentic" to everyone at the table. By authentic, I mean restaurant-quality. Most "international" recipes I try -- Thai, Chinese, even haute French and Italian -- end up good, but not as good as professionally prepared versions.
This Thanksgiving, let's all be grateful for the inventor of the slow cooker. Because after the marathon of cooking required to create a Thanksgiving feast, an easy slow-cooker meal is the greatest gift of all. In fact, stress-free slow-cooker recipes are ideal throughout the holiday season.