Our rich curry section has recipes for all sorts of veg and non-veg, spicy or mild, flavourful, delicious curries. Eat them with rice, chapati, naan or bhature!
One of the most famous delicacies of Rajasthan. This is traditional yet so versatile. I make it for every party and it is always a hit.
This is one of our family favourite,we like to eat it with lots of dhaniya (corriander leaves) and peas in it.
This is a tangy yummy curry made from tamrind base which can eaten with rice or chapathi...
This is a quick and simple recipe and quite healthy when made with the chicken mince. It is not spicy and is good for entertaining (who does not like meatballs?) It is good over plain white rice and left over meatballs can be used for wraps or sandwiches.
Quick and simple chicken dish...
This is very very simple sabji / dry curry which can be taken with meals. It is healthy and corn lovers might enjoy... they will now be baby corn lovers too after making .. and eating this :-)
This is a quick solution to a curry when there is no meat or fish. Best eaten hot over white rice.
This finger licking, authentic, fragrant, flavourful curry is made with tender pieces of lamb. You may use mutton also if its more easily available.
This is an easy curry. It's rich, creamy, mildly spiced and extremely flavourful. Serve with naan and rice.
This is my mothers’ recipe for aloo kofta. I have made this at many parties and there are never any leftovers. I have had many requests for the recipe. So here goes.
Nargisi kofta is boiled eggs stuffed inside a shell of kheema. This dish is a little time consuming, but makes a fantastic party dish. Your guests will be impressed.
This is my mom’s recipe. This is an excellent tasting dish and an easy way to make mouth watering lamb.
This is a richer variant of the traditional guttey. Mewa(dry fruits) and mawa(khoya) are the main ingredients of this dish.
We Indians have a hundred different ways to cook chicken curry. Here is a Bengali specialty which is very good with either rice or any kind of chapati.
I first tried this curry in a restaurant in Bangalore. I loved it so much that I asked all my friends if they knew anyone from Mangalore who could share the recipe with me. Finally, one of my friends came through. Below is an adaptation of her mother’s recipe. If you like peppery curries and tamarind, you are sure going to love this style of curry. Serve with steamed plain rice or with chapati.
This is a vegetarian version of the traditional French dish. If you are home while this is cooking, give the beans a stir every 1/2 hour or so.
This is a typical Punjabi recipe that is enjoyed with rice by all!
This is a quick fix I make for my daughter when she goes away to college.
This dish is my children's favourite Indian food. It tastes good with rice or chapattis. I always buy paneer packets and keep them handy in my freezer for emergencies!
This is an easy recipe to make especially on a cold winter afternoon! I add an ingredient to it which makes it a little more sour if you are using fresh yoghurt!