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17 Tasty Indian Dishes Commonly Mispronounced 17 Tasty Indian Dishes Commonly Mispronounced
Indian food is flavourful and delicious, but some dishes can be difficult to pronounce.
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By: HuffPost Canada
What Are the Differences Between North and South Indian Food What Are the Differences Between North and South Indian Food
Learn the difference between North Indian food and South Indian food, and which is mostly known in America.
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By: Howcast Studio
Indian Seasoned Dal Recipe Indian Seasoned Dal Recipe
Howcast shows you how to make the Indian dish called dal. (Part 2)
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By: Howcast Studio
Top 5 Myths About Indian Cuisine Top 5 Myths About Indian Cuisine
Smita Chandra, the author of three Indian cookbooks and a recipe developer, busts some popular myths associated with Indian cuisine. For example, Indian food is believed to be hot and spicy. However, spicy does not necessarily mean hot. A combination of different spices go into the making of a good curry, but they are not necessarily hot. The heat comes from red chili peppers or cayenne pepper and ground black pepper.
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By: GeoBeats
Indian Paneer Recipe Indian Paneer Recipe
Learn how to make the Indian cheese paneer in the second part of a two-part Indian recipe cooking demonstration in this Howcast food video.
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By: Howcast Studio
Indian Dal Recipe Indian Dal Recipe
Learn how to make the Indian dish dal in the first of a two-part Indian recipe cooking demonstration in this Howcast food video. (Part 1)
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By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Indian Pakoras How to Make Indian Pakoras
Smita Chandra, an author of three Indian cookbooks and a recipe developer, shows how to make pakoras. Pakoras are fritters made with vegetables such as potatoes, onions, cauliflower, zucchini, and a paste of chickpea flour. So, this is chickpea flour. I have turned this chickpea flour into a smooth paste with water. It is a fairly thick paste and it is all smooth, there are no lumps. If you wish, you can strain it through a sieve to make it nice and smooth. I am now g
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By: GeoBeats
How to Make Indian Lentil Stew How to Make Indian Lentil Stew
Delicious and simple to make, Indian lentil stew, or dal, is a warm and filling dish full of fiber and other healthy nutrients.
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By: Howcast Studio
At Home with our Indian Chef Kirti Rahi At Home with our Indian Chef Kirti Rahi
This video from the Melting Pot takes you home with our Indian Chef Kirti Rahi.
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By: MeltingPot
How to Make Traditional Indian Paneer How to Make Traditional Indian Paneer
Learn how to make the Indian cheese paneer with these easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
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By: Howcast Studio
Indian Ghee Recipe Indian Ghee Recipe
Learn how to make ghee, or clarified butter, in this Indian food Howcast video.
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By: Howcast Studio
How Cardamom Is Used in Indian Recipes How Cardamom Is Used in Indian Recipes
Learn about the spice cardamom and how it's used in Indian recipes.
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By: Howcast Studio
How Garam Masala Is Used in Indian Recipes How Garam Masala Is Used in Indian Recipes
Learn about the spice blend garam masala and how it's used in Indian recipes.
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By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Pooris Doe How to Make Pooris Doe
Learn how to make the doe for the Indian bread pooris in the first of a two-part Indian recipe cooking demonstration.
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By: Howcast Studio
Making Ghanta Tarkari in Bhubaneshwar, India Making Ghanta Tarkari in Bhubaneshwar, India
A home cook shows us how to make a rich curry of mixed vegetables and coconut
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By: Saveur Magazine
Chef Vikram Vij's Top Tips For Indian Cooking Chef Vikram Vij's Top Tips For Indian Cooking
The acclaimed Canadian chef shares his tips to pull off a successful meal of Indian food.
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By: HuffPost Canada
Regional Cooking in Mumbai Regional Cooking in Mumbai
Ananya shows how to cook regional Indian food.
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By: GeoBeats
Indian Corn Rice Recipe Indian Corn Rice Recipe
Learn how to cook Corn rice in few easy steps shown in the video
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By: cookingculture
How to Pair Wine with Indian Food How to Pair Wine with Indian Food
Learn from the experts at DOSA on how to pair wine with South Indian Food.
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By: goodindiangirl
Nigella Lawson's Indian Spiced Shepherd's Pie Recipe Nigella Lawson's Indian Spiced Shepherd's Pie Recipe
Best-selling author Nigella Lawson shares her unique recipe for shepherd's pie. Nigella's recipe derives its unique flavor profile through Nigella's use of cumin, coriander and Garam masala. Nigella also uses lentils as a thickening agent and tops the dish with sweet potato mash.
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By: Hallmark Channel
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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