As mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of cooking (and eating!!) Indian food. The Indian cuisine is probably the richest in the world, with its exotic spices and flavours, and beautiful colours and smells.
Since I started cooking Indian (somewhere summer 2004) I collected some very nice recipes, some of which I'd like to share (also I want to have them on-line so I can easily read them myself if required ;).
The recipes are all authentic, which usually implies that it's a lot of work to prepare them!! Expect to be busy for a couple of hours on a nice dinner for four...
(If there's no link the recipe is not yet added, I will add them some time later... Please check back!)
- lamb jalfrezi - simple Pakistani lamb dish 
- murgh madras - famous spicy chicken curry 
- methi murgh - chicken curry with fenugreek leaves 
- kheema palak - lamb mince and spinach 
- chicken biryani - festive rice dish 
- chicken tikka masala - spicy marinated chicken in sweet gravy 
- pork vindaloo - very spicy Portugese/Indian pork dish 
- mulligatawny soup - creamy spicy chicken soup 
- pindi channa - chickpea curry 
- gobi masala - cauliflower curry 
- channa moong dal - split chickpeas and mung bean dish 
- sukhi channa dal - chickpeas with onion and fenugreek leaves 
- aloo methi - potatoes with fenugreek leaves 
- dal makhani - butter dal with black lentils and kidney beans 
|||( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 ) non-veg|
|||( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 ) vegetarian|
|||( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 ) vegan|
I have tested all the dishes myself, and loved every one of them. If I don't like a dish, I won't add it. Of course, tastes differ...