With sweet and subtle curry sauces, tangy chutneys, and coconut desserts, Indian dishes pack in a lot of flavor and are a great introduction to spicier cuisines.
This mildly spicy curry is made with ingredients you can buy at your local supermarket. The apple adds a subtle sweetness to the dish.
If you come across pickling cucumbers from a farmer's market, this is an easy way to turn them into delicious pickles.
A great way to introduce kids to international food.
Recipes from Mollie Katzen's book
Fruit-infused curry creates an extraordinary experience.
Three cheers for chutney! Apricot and raisins make a dazzling and tasty duo.
First cousin to the flour tortilla, this whole wheat flatbread is used to scoop up curries, yogurt and vegetables.
Start boiling water for rice the minute you get home, and you'll have supper in less than half an hour.
Add some spice to your next chicken or fish dinner.
Sweet pineapple and tangy lime with smoky onions make a superb accompaniment to the nutty kabobs. You can find peeled and cored pineapples in the refrigerator section at most supermarkets.
From the kitchen of Chef Dave, Los Angeles, California
A recipe for a type of Indian pudding.