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Here are the top ten articles for the Indian Food Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Lal Chori Dal Recipe
Adzuki beans, known as Lal Chori dal in India, are very nutritious and a good source of protein. Try this deliciously rich and creamy Punjabi based dal dish, I am sure it will very quickly become a family favorite.
2. Turkey Kheema Recipe
Kheema is a deliciously, rich aromatic dish made with ground meat and bold aromatic spices. Traditionally, this Punjabi dish is made using ground lamb but I have opted for a healthier version using ground turkey instead.
3. Mumbai Frankie Recipe
Traditional Indian street food right in your very own home kitchen! Mumbai Frankies are one of the most popular street foods and a personal favorite! These delicious and easy to prepare Indian style wraps are just perfect for a light meal or as a snack.
4. Gingerbread Cake Recipe
A European holiday favorite gets an Indian makeover! My Gingerbread Cake is always a big hit, especially with the kids. They key to this delicious & moist cake is the ginger, which is added in both its fresh & dried forms. This is the perfect recipe to get your kids into the kitchen to help too.
5. Indian Cocktails Anyone ?
These fun, Indian inspired cocktails are super easy to make, delicious and will definitely put a smile on everyone’s face. Feel free to make equally tasty non-alcoholic versions if you prefer.
6. Upma Recipe
Upma is a savory Indian dish made with semolina (known as either “rava” or “sooji” in India). It is flavored with fragrant aromatic spices & vegetables. Upma can be eaten for breakfast, served with afternoon tea or even eaten as a light meal. It's super simple to make & a real treat to eat.
7. Kheema Naan Recipe
My delicious Kheema Naan is naan (flatbread) stuffed with a spiced minced meat. Usually in India, ground lamb is used but you can use ground chicken, ground turkey or even a vegetarian version using minced mushrooms. My freshly baked home made Kheema Naans are truly out of this world!
8. Ghee Rice Recipe
Take a trip to Kerala with no passport needed! My delicious & super simple Ghee Rice is a wonderful example of what traditional Keralan cuisine has to offer. Ghee is basically clarified butter and when added to plain rice, elevates rice to a whole other level of yummy goodness so try it soon!
9. Vegetable Tofu Korma Recipe
Tofu is just recently gaining some popularity in India, it is a complete vegetarian soybean product. Traditionally, this dish is made using paneer, but I have opted for tofu instead. This recipe is nutritious and delicious, this dish will have your kids eating all of their vegetables!
10. Nepali Chili Chicken Curry Recipe
This spicy & delicious dish hails from Nepal, India's neighbor to the north. This dish is a great way to use any leftover grilled or barbecued chicken. So try my exotic Nepali Chili Chicken Curry today -- you wont even need your passport!
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