Quick Savory Semolina Crepes with Potato Curry and Coconut Chutney (Rava Masala Dosa) by Indiaphile.info

Rava Masala Dosa

Savory Semolina Crepes with Potato Curry and Coconut Chutney Traditional dosa are made with a rice and lentil batter that needs to first be soaked overnight, then ground into a batter and then fermented overnight. Rava dosa is simpler because it doesn’t have to be fermented. I love the flavor and how easy they are… Continue reading Rava Masala Dosa

Egg curry

Egg Curry (Anda Curry)

Egg curry, or anda masala, is a a curry eaten all across India. It is a Dhaba food, that is, inexpensive food commonly found in roadside stalls — India’s version of takeout. There is something amazing that happens when you mix a spicy tomato gravy with a simple boiled egg. The yolk adds a creamy… Continue reading Egg Curry (Anda Curry)

Potato Curry - This potato curry is ready in minutes using either a pressure cooker or instant pot

Pressure Cooker Potato Curry (Batata nu Shaak) Recipe

When people come over to my house for Indian food for the first time, I often serve Potato Shaak. I like it because it is so representative of the flavors of Indian cooking, and it just feels like a homestyle meal.

Chicken Tikka Masala by Indiaphile.info

Chicken Tikka Masala and First Anniversary Giveaway!

This is a very special blog post for us. Only a few days after celebrating our wedding anniversary, we now celebrate our One Year Anniversary with Indiaphile! As a celebration we are holding our first giveaway, but before we get to that, I want to share a few reflections on our blog.

Cauliflower and Pea Curry

Cauliflower and Pea Curry (Flower Vatana nu Shaak)

I love easy it is to cook this simple cauliflower curry. It is super healthy and it takes just a few minutes of prep and less than 20 minutes to cook from start to finish. It is a weeknight staple in our house.

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Cabbage Kofta

Malai Kofta is a common indian dish made by frying balls of potato and paneer, then drenching them in a tomato cream sauce. I came across a variation a few years ago, made with cabbage instead of potato and paneer. The original recipe for Cabbage Kofta is at Married to a Desi, a wonderful food… Continue reading Cabbage Kofta