If a single word describes Indian food, it's spice. Food from the land of spices is incredibly flavorful yet healthy because of its use of herbs and spice for flavor. If you're new to Indian cooking, youll want to start by experimenting with spice mixes.Tamarind Chutney by Vicky Bhogal
1. Tamarind Chutney
This wonderful fresh chutney is packed with the delicious flavor of tamarind, fresh cilantro, and Vicky's secret ingredient tomatoketchup. Quick and easy to make, this tamarind chutney makes the perfect accompaniment to other Indian classics such as aloo tikkia and crispy cumin chicken wings. Join Vicky Bhogal in this Grokker Premium Video, as she introduces you to her favorite family recipes, to really get you cooking like Mummyji.
2. Gluten-Free Chicken & Yellow Rice Balls
Introduce your kids to the wonderful flavors of Indian cuisine with this easy to prepare dish. These deliciousrice balls are spiced with cumin, coriander, tumeric, mild chili powder, and serrano chili. Follow Maya Adam in this Grokker Premium video as she demonstrates how to create these tasty treats, with just the right amount of spice, the whole family will love.shows you a unique way to get your kids in love with Indian flavors in this Grokker Premium Video.
3. Indian Vegetarian Korma
Vegetable Korma is a very mild yet flavorful Mughlai dish. Korma is traditionally meat or vegetables cooked with onions in a creamy yogurt sauce. Try this recipe for a healthy version of the well known favorite.
4. Seitan and Vegetable Curry
Whether you are a newly converted vegetarian or born vegetarian looking for a great source for protein, Seitan (Say-tan) provides yet another option to your meal planning. Made from Vital Wheat Gluten, this completely vegetarian item has the texture, and depending on the flavoring, the taste of meat. Try this versatile Seitan recipe for curries, stir-frys, grilling…the options are endless.