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10 Indian Dishes You Can Easily Master

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10 Indian Dishes You Can Easily Master

Are you intimidated by Indian food? Don't let the spices fool you! Making your own Indian dishes at home is within your reach. You just need the right recipes - and spices - to get you started.

The recipes below will guide you step-by-step so you can prepare your very own Indian feast. There's a little bit of everything for everyone, so both vegetarians and omnivores will be happily fed.

10 Easy Indian Dishes Anyone Can Master

Samosas

This North Indian staple is a delicious street food anyone can make.

The trick is in making the filling ahead of time and frying the samosas...twice. Yup, twice.

Here is the delectable recipe.

Potato Pakoras with Yogurt Sauce

Pakoras are the perfect appetizer for any occasion.

These tasty morsels are made with potatoes, chickpea flour and spices.

Learn how to make this deep-fried Indian dish now.

Paneer

You'll be surprised by the ease of preparation of paneer, a fresh Indian cheese.

This particular recipe calls for the addition of chilies and cilantro but you can opt for plain, if desired.

Try it now.

Chicken Tikka Masala

The ever popular chicken dish is easy to make at home.

You'll love the enticing blend of tender chicken, spices and fragrant tomato sauce.

Get the recipe here.

Gobi Matar

This fragrant sauté of cauliflower and peas makes a great weeknight dinner, especially on Meatless Mondays.

In terms of spices you'll only need cumin, turmeric and chili powder.

Get the easy recipe here.

Dal (Indian lentils)

This easy lentil dish is comforting and nutritious.

Prepare it as a vegetarian main course and serve with rice or flatbreads.

Try the recipe now.

Biryani

Biryani is a festive rice dish prepared with a wonderful blend of spices like cinnamon and cardamom.

Nuts add a nice crunch and pop of color.

Find the recipe right this way.

Parathas

These buttery and flaky flatbreads are great for scooping up saucy curries.

Parathas are also delicious served with plain yogurt and a dash of salt.

Here is the easy recipe.

Coconut Ladoo

These irresistible coconut morsels have a texture similar to truffles.

They require just a handful of ingredients and not much time in the kitchen.

Learn how to make them.

Mango Kheer

Creamy, rich and delicious, this Indian rice pudding is a breeze to make.

It's just the thing to prepare when you don't want to bake but have a hankering sweet tooth.

Get the recipe here.

Hungry for more? Get inspired by browsing our entire collection of Indian recipes.

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