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Hooked on Heat

http://www.hookedonheat.com/

This blog makes it clear that although Indian food may not be the simplest food to make, giving it a go is worth the effort.

B is for… Bhuna Chicken
by Meena 4 months ago
Cheese, cheese, you wonderful cheese!
by Meena 5 months ago

Indian Life

http://blog.indianlife.com/

"Delicious, all natural Indian food recipes" are simpler to prepare than you might believe; let this blog site prove it to you.


Sailu's Kitchen

http://www.sailusfood.com/

"Simple Indian cooking" is the focus of this site, made for those who want to do better with Indian food in their own kitchen.

Dahi Bhalla
by Sailu 4 months ago
Methi Mathri
by Sailu 4 months ago





A Mad Tea Party

http://madteaparty.wordpress.com/

This site is "mostly about food and cooking, but also featuring stories about the bread and the butterflies!"

Cafe Lota, at the National Crafts Museum
by Anita 7 months ago
Much Food and Talk
by Anita 7 months ago

Quick Indian Recipes

http://www.quickindiancooking.com/

Yes, the keyword to this blog site is quick; we haven't yet prepared a dish from QIR, but we'd put our money on it being fast to make.

Changing times
by Mallika 1 day ago
Storing spices
by Mallika 28 days ago




Padma's Recipes

http://padmasrecipes.blogspot.com/

No -- this isn't the "Top Chef" Padma that we know and love. But the recipes from this here Padma will make you feel like competing on the show.

GUACAMOLE DIP
by Padma 9 months ago
AMARANTH LEAVES STIR FRY
by Padma 10 months ago


The Yum Blog

http://theyumblog.wordpress.com/

These two bloggers are self-proclaimed cooking "fanatics" who love to share their special times and tantalizing recipes with anyone visiting their site.

2013 in review
by lathanarasimhan 7 months ago




Jugalbandi

http://jugalbandi.info/

This site provides insights on Indian culture, travel, and health, while providing knowledge on Indian cuisine.



Indian as Apple Pie

http://www.indianasapplepie.com/

A newscaster and journalist makes it clear that Indian food doesn't always have to be rough -- it can be as simple as the staple tart of Americana.


Indian Food Recipes

http://www.easy-indian-food.com/

This site is no muss, no fuss -- only focusing on what matters: the food.


Indian Foods Guide

http://www.indianfoodsguide.com/

"A comprehensive guide to the best food on the planet" will convert those who thought they loathed Indian food.