INDIAN

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Spicy Vegan Potato Curry

Rating: 4.5 stars 1140
Abundant spices make this better than any restaurant curry I've tasted. :)

Vegetarian Korma

Rating: 4.5 stars 1678
A rich, creamy, mildly spiced, and extremely flavorful Indian curry.

Indian Samosa Pie

Rating: 4 stars 16
If you've ever had a samosa, you'll love this samosa pie! It's easy to make, even for a beginner! Experiment with your spice level — this is a more mild version. The pie also freezes well to be baked later.

Quick Vegetable Curry

Rating: 4 stars 17
A bountiful medley of beans and vegetables. This easy curry can be made in minutes. Increase or decrease the spices to suit your taste. Serve over rice with Indian naan bread or chapatti (flatbread).
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Coconut-Curry Lentil Stew Served over Quinoa

Rating: 4.5 stars 181
This hardy, flavorful lentil stew is very nutritious and filling. Even my kids love it, which is surprising because they are picky. It is both vegan and gluten-free, so just about everyone can enjoy it. I like to spice mine up with garlic-chile sauce on the side. If you don't grow your own tomatoes, ripe ones can be hard to find. Ask your local produce grocer to set aside their damaged and overripe tomatoes for you when they restock and you can get them for a bargain.

Crispy Vegetable Pakoras

Rating: 4.5 stars 111
These golden brown, crispy fried veggies are similar to vegetable tempura.

Tofu Vindaloo

Rating: 4.5 stars 92
This is an easy vegetarian tofu vindaloo similar to the kind found in Indian restaurants. Serve with basmati rice.

Indian Vegetable Bhaji

Rating: 4 stars 58
Bhaji is a fry, so do not add water and you will really enjoy the drier variety of an Indian curry. Great with breads like naan or paratha, or with rice and daal (Indian lentil soup).
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Naan

Rating: 4.5 stars 2612
Homemade naan that's soft and chewy with a delicious buttery taste.

Easy Baked Indian Samosas

Rating: 4.5 stars 40
This has all the flavor and heartiness of a great samosa without the frying. Although this is an easier, healthier version of the fried samosa, it tastes very authentic. This recipe has the added advantage that you can make ahead and freeze uncooked samosas, simply skip the egg brushing, freeze until you're ready and cook at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 25 to 30 minutes. Serve warm, plain, or with chutney.