Indian recipes

Turn up the heat with our collection of Indian recipes and subcontinental fusions. If it’s spicy flavour profiles you’re after, this HelloFresh recipe collection will have a dish to satisfy your cravings for curry and more.

Mumbai Beef Meatball Curry

with Garlic Rice & Yoghurt

Roast Cauliflower Biryani

with Currants & Roasted Almonds

Chickpea & Sweet Potato Dosa-Dillas

with Tomato Salsa & Yoghurt

Mumbai Beef & Cauli-Potato Pie

with Green Salad

Sri Lankan Prawn & Coconut Curry

with Cashews & Jasmine Rice

Chargrilled Mumbai Yoghurt Chicken

with Flatbreads & Cucumber-Cashew Salad

Indian-Style Beef Cottage Pie

with Spiced Mash & Tomato Salad

Indian Roasted Cauliflower Curry

with Brown Rice & Coriander Coconut Yoghurt

Mumbai Prawn & Tomato Curry

with Garlic Rice & Crushed Peanuts

Quick Bengal Coconut Double Chicken

with Basmati-Spinach Toss

Quick Bengal Coconut Chicken

with Basmati-Spinach Toss

Easy Mumbai Yoghurt Chicken

with Roast Veggie & Spinach Toss

Quick Mumbai Beef & Coconut Curry

with Veggies & Rapid Rice

Sri Lankan Potato & Cauliflower Dhal

with Garlic Tortilla Chips

Easy Mumbai Yoghurt Chicken

with Roasted Veggie Toss & Mint

Mumbai Beef Meatball Curry

with Garlic Rice & Baby Spinach

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Indian recipes

4 Fun Facts about India’s Most Popular Recipes

Indian cuisine is enjoyed throughout the world and with our collection of Indian recipes, cooking them at home has never been easier. From Creamy Chicken Masala to Fragrant Lamb Shank Korma there’s no shortage of recipes to try – and for every dish, there’s a fun fact to learn, too.

  • Biriyani. Traditionally, biryani is made by layering curried meat or vegetables and basmati rice. The rice is spiced with saffron, which is the most expensive spice in the world.
  • Chicken Tikka Masala. While Chicken Tikka Masala is one of the most popular Indian recipes in the western world, it didn’t originate from India at all. In fact, the popular curry dish was invented in Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Samosa. This deep-fried snack is known for its triangular shape. No wonder the original word for “samosa” is samsa which comes from the Persian word for pyramid.
  • Dal makhani. Dal makhani is a lentil-based dish eaten all over India. Traditionally, dal is left to simmer overnight to enhance the flavors. For busy weeknights, though, our quick and easy One Pot Chicken and Red Lentil Dal is just as delicious.

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Indian recipes

4 Fun Facts about India’s Most Popular Recipes

Indian cuisine is enjoyed throughout the world and with our collection of Indian recipes, cooking them at home has never been easier. From Creamy Chicken Masala to Fragrant Lamb Shank Korma there’s no shortage of recipes to try – and for every dish, there’s a fun fact to learn, too.

  • Biriyani. Traditionally, biryani is made by layering curried meat or vegetables and basmati rice. The rice is spiced with saffron, which is the most expensive spice in the world.
  • Chicken Tikka Masala. While Chicken Tikka Masala is one of the most popular Indian recipes in the western world, it didn’t originate from India at all. In fact, the popular curry dish was invented in Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Samosa. This deep-fried snack is known for its triangular shape. No wonder the original word for “samosa” is samsa which comes from the Persian word for pyramid.
  • Dal makhani. Dal makhani is a lentil-based dish eaten all over India. Traditionally, dal is left to simmer overnight to enhance the flavors. For busy weeknights, though, our quick and easy One Pot Chicken and Red Lentil Dal is just as delicious.

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