Terrific Turkey Curry

Turkey Curry is the dish that got me interested in the wonderful world of curries. The flavor, ease, and the fact that it is adjustable for Type 2 diabetics, made this dish a win for me! I adapted this from a curry recipe I found in Bon Appetit magazine, that had about 500 ingredients. I […]

Tandoori Tuna Salad

Continuing with our series of diabetic-friendly recipes from the cuisine of India, here is a quick high-protein dish that can be used many different ways. The warm kick of exotic spices in the tandoori mix adds a delicious flavor to tuna that takes it beyond the ordinary. You can use Tandoori Tuna on a bed […]

Indian Shrimp in Butter Sauce Salad

Indian Shrimp in Butter Sauce Salad combines two flavor profiles. It takes the warmth of shrimp cooked in butter and tossed with the spice mixture Garam Masala, and partners it with the cool creaminess of a coleslaw-style salad. It’s a great marriage of flavors that comes together very quickly. This recipe also is scaled for […]

Vegetable Tikka Masala

Vegetarian Tikka Masala (cauliflower or gobi masala) is the perfect Indian dish for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. There’s so much flavor in this Indian cauliflower recipe! Cauliflower Tikka Masala is such an amazing dish. It’s pieces of roasted cauliflower mixed into a tomato-based curry, served with basmati rice and naan bread.

Cheese Egg Roll

If you want to make a different dish for snacks, which is healthy as well as tasty, then you can try cheese egg roll. It is very easy to prepare. If you love the eggs, You going to love this dish

Mohan Bhog

Mohan Bhog is an Indian dessert. Hindus make it on their special festivals. It is considered a pure dessert that is very easy to make and also tasty.

Matar Gujiya

You may have eaten sweet gujiya on Holi, but have you eaten spicy gujiya? Today o am showing you such an interesting recipe for making mater gujiya. Try the spicy Matar gujiya with tea, this recipe is so easy

Punjabi Samosas

Punjabi food is very famous all over the country due to its spicy taste. So why not try it in the rainy season, this Punjabi Samosa recipe. Believe it, hot samosas will double the fun of the monsoon in this season.

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