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Red Lentil-Crusted Grouper With Saag Recipe

Ditch the breadcrumbs, pump up flavor and crunch!
Nov 20, 2014 4:00 pm
lentil-crusted fish recipe

Crusting fish or seafood in lentils is a fun and easy way to add complexity, crunch and delicious flavor. I discovered the technique while experimenting with making flours from different grains. This lentil crust not only adds texture but a layer of flavor, too. The curry spices seem a fitting accompaniment as does the bright citrus and saag, a traditional curried spinach. The recipe, after the jump.

Slow Cooked Curried Chickpeas Recipe

Whip up this "set it and forget it" channa masala
Sep 9, 2014 3:15 pm

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine. First up, the most appealing chickpea dish we've heard of in a while...

Indian Comfort Food: Kashmiri Potato Curry Recipe

Succulent potatoes slow-cooked in spiced gravy
Sep 4, 2014 3:01 pm

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine. First up, the most appealing potato dish we've heard of in a while...

 

Comfort Food From Abroad: Classic Kedgeree Recipe

An Indo-British rice dish with rich smoked haddock
Aug 12, 2014 11:01 am
ginger & white kedgeree

When in London, stop by Hampstead cafe Ginger & White for superb coffee, baked goods and fresh, simple food made with the best British ingredients. Their new cookbook is a must-read for fans of this new spin on classic cuisine. Kedgeree is a hearty fusion comfort food you'll make over and over again.

From The Kitchen Of The Afro-Vegan: Tofu Curry With Mustard Greens Recipe

A spicy vegetarian tofu stew for Meatless Monday
Jun 16, 2014 1:00 pm
Photo: Paige Green

When the hot weather hits and the grills are smoking, there is most certainly a place for vegan cuisine. And, really, you don't have to be vegan to enjoy it. It's light, healthy and can be pretty easy to make. Pick up a copy of renowned vegan cook and author Bryant Terry's new book, Afro-Vegan, and pump up the flavor with African, Caribbean and Southern influence. This spicy, hearty tofu curry will fill you up right.

Indian Slow-Braised Chicken Dum Pukht Recipe

A fragrant, filling curry you'll make over and over
Apr 23, 2014 1:00 pm
chicken dum pukht recipe

This curry is a great blank canvas, and a superb way to feed a bunch of people who are tired of the same-old dishes one makes for a crowd. It's also an ultimate comfort food — our freezer is full of this dish at various stages, from the onion-garlic-ginger blend to the finished product. 

Khichuri, Yogurt And Pickle: Why Today Is Devoted To Indian Food

I would have also accepted a pastrami Reuben
Apr 23, 2014 8:00 am

Welcome to Around The World In 5 Editors. Each day this week, one of Food Republic's editors will present a lineup of stories, recipes and interviews devoted to a different country's cuisine. Next up, Senior Editor Jess Kapadia commandeers the spice ship and hits India hard.

Curry and Rosemary Fried Almonds Recipe

Fried almonds soak up some spicy, addictive flavors
Mar 1, 2014 10:30 am
rosemary fried almonds
Photo: Francoise Villeneuve

It’s almost time for the Academy Awards! As I gear up for some movie watching marathons, I like to pop my own corn, make my own nachos and mix up my own nuts. These are delicious when they’re still warm from the pan, and get even better throughout the movie, as the nuts soak up the curry and rosemary-infused butter.

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