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Eggs Low Carb

Best Indian Omelet Recipe

This omelet makes a great side dish for a curry if you don’t want to serve rice or naan bread or if you are looking for low carb side dish ideas. You can also eat it by itself as a meal or snack. This is the best Indian omelet recipe to choose if you are …

Biryani with Drumsticks
Chicken

Chicken Biryani with Drumsticks

This tasty Indian dish, chicken biryani with drumsticks, offers an incredible flavor and it’s not difficult to prepare. I had my first authentic Indian biryani when I was backpacking around India. And honestly the flavor really blew me away! This recipe originated in the Indian subcontinent or Persia, and it’s enjoyed all over Central and …

Baked Tandoori Chicken Drumsticks
Chicken

Tandoori Chicken in the Oven

This wonderful recipe for tandoori chicken in the oven is made with chicken pieces. You can use drumsticks, breast halves, leg quarters or chicken thighs, either bone-in or boneless to make tandoori chicken in the oven. The marinade is made with yogurt (use whole or nonfat, as you prefer) along with lemon juice, garlic, chili …

Peppers Stuffed with Curried Beef
Beef Low Carb Vegetables

Curried Beef Stuffed Peppers

Curried beef stuffed peppers make a filling meal and they’re nutritious to boot! I’ve always been a fan of stuffed peppers, especially when beef, rice and cheese come together with seasonings to offer a rich and satisfying filling. But this time I wanted to make something without the rice and cheese, and I was curious …

Indian Pasta Salad with Chicken
Chicken Pasta Salad

Indian Pasta Salad with Chicken

I adore this Indian pasta salad with chicken! Pasta is not the first ingredient that should come to mind when you think about Indian cuisine because of course it is an Italian ingredient. However that is the beauty of fusion cooking. This Indian pasta salad offers some exciting flavors, all of which go together nicely. …

Chicken

British Indian Food and How It All Began

Indian cuisine is really popular in the UK, but British Indian food differs from authentic Indian cuisine. While some dishes are Anglicized versions of typical Indian dishes, others are Indian takes on typical British dishes, so there is plenty of fusion. Fish and meat are cooked as curries with Indian vegetables, and yogurt, almonds and …