Naan by Nik Sharma Yield Makes 4 flatbreads I prefer homemade naan to the dense and doughy store-bought ones. It’s so easy to whip up; you just need to plan ahead so the dough has time to rise. I use whole-wheat pastry flour to make naan because it contains more fiber than all-purpose flour but...

Gujarati Corn on the Cob Curry


Gujarati Corn on the Cob Curry by Meera Sodha Yield Serves 4 as a main course Gujarati Corn on the Cob Curry | Gujarati makai subji At the age of eighty-three, my grandma has somewhat unreliable hips, but I’ve never seen her move so quickly to the dinner table as when this curry is on the menu. It’...

Sweet-Scented Rice Pilaf


Sweet-Scented Rice Pilaf by Raghavan Iyer Yield 3 cups (serves 6 as a side) Sweet-scented Pilaf: Masala Pulao Lacto-vegetarian (vegan if you use oil); gluten-free Perfuming oils with whole spices has been classic to north Indian cuisine for thousands of years (no, I am not exaggerating). Western...

Orange and Radish Salad


Orange and Radish Salad by Madhur Jaffrey Narangi aur lal mooli ka salad Here is another wonderful combination of fruit and raw vegetables that we often use to make our snack foods and salads. I find that it makes a light and delightful first course. This recipe may easily be doubled or tripled...

Chicken Tikka


Chicken Tikka Recipe from The One-Dish Chicken Cookbook: 120 Simply Delicious Recipes from Around the World by Mary Ellen Evans. Published by Broadway Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York. © 2006 by Mary Ellen Evans. Used with permission of the publisher. Makes 4 servings This recipe...


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