SHREDDED ROTI WITH RED CABBAGE + CARROT

SHREDDED ROTI WITH RED CABBAGE + CARROT

This dish is a tasty jumbled heap of shredded bread, crispy vegetables, and egg, seasoned with a fiery mix of spices. It’s a perfect way to use up old rotis and any veg that might have overstayed its welcome in the bottom of the fridge. Part roadside spectacle, part...
BEET PACHADI

BEET PACHADI

You might think that beets are unknown in India, but in fact they are eaten all over the country. In this Keralan beet and coconut dish, big delicious flavors are created very simply. For that reason, I keep coming back to this recipe time and time again. It is often...
PEA, DILL, + MINT SOUP

PEA, DILL, + MINT SOUP

A spicy and fresh pea soup packed full of fresh herbs and with a good chile hit. NOTE: You will need a blender for this recipe. Serves 4 canola oil 1 large yellow onion, finely sliced 1½-inch piece of ginger, peeled and grated 3 cloves of garlic, crushed 3 Indian...
CHICKPEA PANCAKES WITH PANEER + LIME PICKLE

CHICKPEA PANCAKES WITH PANEER + LIME PICKLE

Some recipes are as necessary in the kitchen as a sharp knife and the radio. This trusty, tasty pancake made with chickpea flour is one of them. You can throw almost any herb, vegetable, or spice in it, but this lime pickle and paneer topping is a lip-smacking way to...
DARJEELING MOMOS WITH SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

DARJEELING MOMOS WITH SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

These fun little dumplings are the most popular street snack in Darjeeling, thanks to the thousands of Tibetans who have made the town their home since the 1960s. They’re enjoyable to make, but more so on a weekend when you’re over-indexing on enthusiasm and patience....