You love Indian food, but it somehow seems…hard to make. Not these recipes! They’re simple, fun, and deliver the flavors you crave
A super-simple pan-fried dish that comes together in 20 minutes, this is one of our go-to weeknight dishes. All you need is shrimp and a jar of your favorite mango pickle.
Recipe: Shrimp and Spicy Mango Sauté
This delightful, unusual twist on fish and chips takes some time to marinate, but it’s time well spent for a fine dinner. You can do most of it the day before.
What do you cook when you’re a meat-eater trying to eat vegan? Something hearty, nourishing, and full of exciting flavors and textures. Like this recipe.
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Recipe: Tamarind Chickpea Curry
So simple, so good. Tangy, spicy, and sweet, this recipe got raves here at Sunset and has made its way into the repertoire of several staffers.
A Sunset reader of Indian heritage contributed this comforting, homey recipe. It only takes 20 minutes to make!
Recipe: Coconut Shrimp Curry
Tandoori chicken often comes with hot, steamy naan flatbread on the side. They’re perfect together, so it was only a matter of time before this brilliant (and easy) idea was born.
Recipe: Tandoori Naan Chicken Sandwiches
We developed our version of this fiery, tangy dish to pair with amber ale. But honestly, it tastes great with any light- to medium-bodied brew.
Recipe: Pork Vindaloo