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Street Food Recipe Alert: Indian Grilled Corn

Hit the subcontinent for hot, spicy street eats
Aug 7, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Katie Chudy

We love the flavors of grilled street corn but think there’s plenty more directions to go in other than the ubiquitous and delicious Mexican. A potent base of garam masala infused ghee is generously slathered on the corn as it grills and a finish of grated paneer rounds it all out to make this summer side dish sing. 

15 Recipes For The Indian Food Fan

Ideas for dinner from the great Indian subcontinent
Apr 23, 2014 4:00 pm

We've got the perfect dinner idea for you whether you fall into the veg or non-veg category, North or South, mild or spicy and hey, even if you just want to make some naan to liven up your sandwich game, you're covered. In honor of #IndiaDay, 15 of our favorite curries, stews, snacks and sides from the great Subcontinent. 

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

I would have also accepted a pastrami Reuben
Apr 23, 2014 9:00 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.

How Do You Grind Whole Spices?

Toss your stale old pre-ground spices forever
Apr 22, 2013 1:31 pm

Spices do not grow pre-ground in jars on their respective trees and whole spices are not simply for mulling wine, although that is definitely one of the best uses of them. They're for grinding in your spice grinder, which is another way of saying "your other coffee grinder you only use for spices." Two of the same appliances taking up precious space in your kitchen? Definitely. Here's why.

Reheat: Bhindi Masala: Let's Talk Okra

An okra recipe that will win your love
Sep 7, 2012 11:32 am

Quick health fact: okra has so much digestible fiber that you'll be "internally cleansing" for days. It's miraculous in that it will keep you full longer than meat of any kind in any portion — and believe me, I've eaten some unwise portions of meat. 

Vegetable Cutlets Make The Cut

This cutlet recipe is no hippie veggie patty
Aug 16, 2012 11:31 am

I had these humble vegetable cutlets for the first time as a little kid in one of the bougiest places on earth: Bombay's Willingdon Club, India's first country club. It famously used to boast a sign on the door that said "No Dogs Or Indians." The super-secret recipe after the jump.

Bhindi Masala: Let's Talk Okra

An okra recipe that will win your love
Jun 15, 2012 11:31 am

Quick health fact: okra has so much digestible fiber that you'll be "internally cleansing" for days. It's miraculous in that it will keep you full longer than meat of any kind in any portion — and believe me, I've eaten some unwise portions of meat. 

Indian-Spiced Leg of Lamb Recipe

A charbroiled leg of lamb recipe via India
Jun 5, 2012 4:01 pm

This recipe comes to us from Manjit Gill, head chef at Bukhara in New Delhi, India. Bukhara won The World's 50 Best Restaurant's "Best Restaurant In Asia" award in 2006 and 2007, and we're delighted that Chef Gill loaned us his signature lamb dish, as well as the history behind it:  

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