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Two glasses of lime soda and one glass of angostura orange.

Lime Soda

Bored by plain old water? Allow us to introduce you to your solution.

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A tandoori chicken wrap with lettuce, chicken, in a flour tortilla

Tandoori Chicken Wraps

Inspired by classic tandoori chicken, these wraps meld warming spices with a cooling mint-yogurt dip for an altogether enticing Middle Eastern-inspired creation.

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An earthenware bowl filled with curried butternut squash and beets, on a plate with a fork resting beside the bowl

Curried Butternut Squash and Beets

Not your standard roast vegetable side dish. Not at all. And all it takes is adding a pinch of curry powder and a generous splash of lime. So simple. So spectacular.

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Two bowls filled with chicken biriyani on a blue cloth

Chicken Biriyani

Experience for yourself why folks are calling this recipe for India’s most iconic comfort food “heavenly” and “unbelievably tender and juicy” and “astounding.”

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Ten bags of spiced popcorn with assorted flavors

Spiced Popcorn

Movie-watching must. Nostalgic nosh. Low-calorie something to satisfy. Sexy little something to knock back with cocktails as a pre-dinner party teaser. Popcorn has its moods. This recipe fits them all.

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A scalloped metal plate filled with lamb curry and sprinkled with cilantro

Lamb Curry | Rogan Josh

Folks are calling this the best Rogan Josh they’ve ever tried. Made with marinated lamb and a Kashmiri chili-spiked tomato sauce, it’s the real deal.

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Three small blue plates filled with spicy beef kebabs, red onion, and cilantro

Spiced Beef Kebabs

Indian street food at its finest. And recreated at home. Trust us when we say you’re not going to want to share.

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Two ramekins filled with masala chai creme brûlée, one with it's top cracked open to reveal the creamy inside

Masala Chai Crème Brûlée

Your favorite tea turned sideways, making it a creamy dessert with a crackling, shattering caramelized sugar topping.

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Assorted Lassi Popsicles

Lassi Popsicles

Lassi popsicles? That’s right. The classic Indian drink in frozen form. Just fruit–mango, blueberry, strawberry–yogurt, sugar, and maybe a hint of spice. Pure and simple and delicious.

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Four bowls of curried crab corn chowder, filled with crab, corn, and a curried broth, on bread and spoons nearby

Curried Crab Corn Chowder

An Indian-inspired riff on a classic that melds crab, sweet corn, and potatoes in a curry-spiked coconut milk broth, resulting in a luxuriously rich yet surprisingly light bisque.

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Mason jar filled with Indian ghee or clarified butter on a wooden plank

Clarified Butter or Ghee

Why pay a ridiculous amount of money for a small jar of clarified butter or ghee when you can make your own?

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A bowl of lamb curry, known as laal maas with a silver spoon resting beside it.

Lamb Curry | Laal Maas

“As authentic tasting as any I’ve had at Indian restaurants.” That’s what folks are saying about this lamb curry.

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A bowl filled with mango chutney, with visible pieces of cinnamon and star anise

Mango Chutney

You’d never, ever guess how quick and easy it is to make this authentic Indian condiment at home. And let’s not forget how delicious it is. So much so that folks are calling it “outstanding” and “magic.” Enough said.

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