Indian

Avocado chutney in a bowl with a large spoon, beside half an avocado, chilies, and garlic.

Avocado Chutney

Avocado chutney, like guacamole with an Indian-style upgrade, is a terrific little snack or even breakfast. Just spicy enough for everybody to enjoy.

Masala smashed potatoes on a white plate, drizzled with cilantro yogurt and garnished with cilantro leaves.

Masala Smashed Potatoes

A sweet little side dish that combines crispy smashed potatoes with the intoxicating flavors of Indian spices. And that cilantro yogurt? Outstanding!

A ceramic bowl of butter chicken garnished with cilantro, beside a bowl of rice, and a plate of naan bread.

Butter Chicken

Often overlooked at Indian restaurants, butter chicken really can be a truly captivating dish. Give this version a try and see what you think.

A white with 6 slices of corn on the cob, covered with coconut milk and a mixture of spices.

Spiced Corn on the Cob

Fresh corn is another of those perfect summer foods–sweet and crisp. And it’s even better when slathered with coconut and spices.

A cast iron pan filled with chicken curry on a trivet, on a purple background with a linen napkin.

Malvani-Style Chicken Curry

Simple enough to be a weeknight curry. With loads of spices, coconut, and chicken, you can make this delish dish anytime you crave a little heat.

A bowl of bright green cilantro chutney on a blood wooden table with a flower napkin and cilantro leaves.

Cilantro Peanut Chutney

A bright and herby chutney, that’s packed with garlic and lime. And it has peanuts, an unexpected ingredient that adds just a little touch of umami that won’t go unnoticed.

Three cheese and chile naan bread, drizzled with butter, in a metal dish on a wooden table, beside pieces of naan.

Naan Bread with Cheese and Chiles

Naan bread is good. Really, really good. And then GBBO’s Chetna Makan takes it up a notch with cheese and chiles, making us rethink everything we knew about flavor.

Two patties of Goan-style chourico being cooking in a metal skillet.

Goan-Style Chouriço

If you’ve not experienced this Indian-style blend of fatty pork with chiles and spices, you’re about to be stunned by its taste and versatility.