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3 Indian Recipes to Master


Article by Kate Baxendale

Photography by Stock Images + Provided

Indian cuisine is so flavorful and diverse, with a variety of spices and ingredients that aren't normally used in American cooking. But that's what makes it such a fun cuisine to learn! After a trip to the Indian grocery store, you'll have everything you need to make your very own Indian feast. Check out these recipes below and try your hand at cooking some of your favorite Indian dishes you thought you could only order from a restaurant.

Chicken Biryani

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Biryani is a labor-intensive dish that is served on special occasions. This Chicken Biryani recipe from Swasthi's Recipes is a shortened version of the traditional preparation but doesn't skimp on any of the flavor.

Chana Masala

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Chana Masala is a popular vegan Indian dish that blends chickpeas with tomatoes, onions and warm spices. Cook with Manali recommends serving it with rice or naan.

Aloo Paneer

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This Aloo Paneer recipe from Spice Up the Curry is a creamy, spicy dish with potatoes and Indian white cheese (paneer). Like Chana Masala, this vegetarian dish can be served with rice or naan.