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  • whoami67whoami67 Member Posts: 286 Member Member Posts: 286 Member
    Katmary71 wrote: »
    whoami67 wrote: »
    I like this cauliflower/chickpea masala except I usually add more spices than the recipe calls for

    This one is also a favorite

    I need to spend some time on this site! Would Greek yogurt possibly replace the cream or coconut milk? Wouldn't use the first for anything else and don't care for coconut but really want to make Indian food!

    I think yogurt would possibly replace the cream in the lentils, but it would have a really different flavor. I think it would probably be good, just different. You could use light coconut milk. The recipe doesn't have a coconutty flavor if that's the issue, but if you just don't like coconut milk, try yogurt.

    I do love that recipe site. There's such a variety and most of the recipes are super easy to make and to customize. I have learned that I like more spice and more salt than most of the recipes call for so I adapt them that way. I make the cajun chicken pasta at least once a week, but I always add half again as much spice, for example.
  • JennliftsandspinsJennliftsandspins Member Posts: 150 Member Member Posts: 150 Member
    This is Thai rather than Indian but still curry and amazing! I think I got it from the Toronto Star many years ago.
    You can change up the curry to add or reduce heat. I sometimes used cilantro instead of basil. I add the peppers just in the last 5-10 minutes so they stay tender-crisp.

    Thai Coconut Beef and Peppers


    2 lb stewing beef
    2 tsp sesame oil
    2 tbsp brown sugar
    1 tbsp red curry paste
    14 oz coconut milk
    1 each green and red pepper
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/4 cup fresh basil
    1 tbsp lime juice

    Heat sesame oil and brown beef
    Place in crockpot
    Mix together coconut, sugar, curry and pour over
    Cook in slow cooker for 6-8 hours
    In last half hour or so add julienned peppers. Stir in basil and lime
    Serve over rice.
    Good with mango side salad.
  • aleembasha25aleembasha25 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    Hi guys welcome to get curry I bring to your kitchen today is chicken curry or butter chicken masala . Well this is one of those gems, that we end up ordering in a restaurant every time you place an order well it is ideal. <a href=""&gt; Chicken curry | Chicken butter masala| Chicken Makini</a>
  • SunnyBunBun79SunnyBunBun79 Member Posts: 1,932 Member Member Posts: 1,932 Member
    I'm Indian!

    I love this site
    and also for Indian vegetarian recipes!
    and lastly, this one!
  • hesn92hesn92 Member Posts: 5,882 Member Member Posts: 5,882 Member
    Here is mine... I make this a lot. Involves mostly pantry ingredients so it's easy to throw together when you don't have anything else planned, but you can obviously add vegetables, greens, meat, beans etc if you want. I make this on a weekly basis for my son who is still doing virtual school.
    edited February 10
  • SunnyBunBun79SunnyBunBun79 Member Posts: 1,932 Member Member Posts: 1,932 Member
    Oh and this amazing channel for Indian food. It has some offshoot channels as well that are wonderful! Ive found all the authentic recipes I grew up with, that my mom and grandmother would make. It's all in English.
  • MissConquerorMissConqueror Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    I just quickly did the Dal recipe my Indian mother in law taught me and it comes to only 58 cal a serve if serving 4, but honestly for us it lasts about 6-8.
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Member Posts: 2,579 Member Member Posts: 2,579 Member
    The best restaurant in Tucson (you would think Mexican, right? But you would be wrong!) is actually an Indian place. It's amazing. My favorite dish there (and I've tried nearly all of them) is Chicken Bhuna. This looks very similar to it.

    This one is pretty spicy, but oh so good if made right.

    Malabar is my wife's favorite. Not as hot/spicy as Bhuna, more savory and mustardy.

    My son goes there every time he's in town and orders the Chicken Tikka Masala. He said it's the best he's ever had and it doesn't even hold a candle to these other two dishes. They are that good. I have a feeling Tikka Masala is what all Americans get when they go to an Indian restaurant. Kind of like the Pad Thai of Thai food. It's unfortunate, because when you really are more adventurous, you get so rewarded with unexpected dishes that you fall in love with.
    edited May 27
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,944 Member Member Posts: 5,944 Member
    Bhel puri from the Dishoom Restaurant cookbook.
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