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With such a diverse range of regional cultures within a vast country, India offers a rich variety of traditional cuisines that share a commonality in their emphasis on flavours, spices and aromas. Take this Deepavali holiday to try out some new dishes or recreate your go-to restaurant orders at home. Here are 7 gorgeous recipes to inspire you.

  1. Malabar Squid Curry

Photo credit: Kitchen of Debjani

Using the aromatic flavours from the Kerala region, this curry is a well-balanced mix of spicy, sweet, and tangy. While the recipe isn’t as perishable as regular coconut milk-base curries, it still includes fresh grated coconut.

Find the recipe here.


2. Butter Chicken 

Photo credit: The Kitchen Paper

One of the most popular dishes at Indian restaurants around the world, this creamy curry is packed full of flavours and goes especially well with rice and naans. Try making this delicious staple at home for a satisfying meal that will feed the whole family. Cooking it at home also means you can adjust the heat on the dish or omit it completely for a child-friendly meal.

Find the recipe here.


  1. Chicken Curry

Another Indian staple, the humble chicken curry varies from region to region with the use of different spices and cooking techniques. For this easy recipe, you can easily substitute with your preferred curry mix or switch the ratio of spices to cater to your taste.

Find the recipe here.


  1. Tandoori Shrimp

Photo credit: The Spruce Eats

If you think tandoori-style of cooking is only good for chicken, you’re missing out. These flavourful shrimps are a lighter alternative to poultry, and take only seconds to cook. You can throw them onto a grill pan or on the barbecue. Don’t forget to serve with a freshly cut lime wedge!

Find the recipe here.

5. Nasi Briyani

A delightful accompaniment for your homemade Indian meal adventure, this nasi biryani recipe is packed with aromatics and a touch of sweetness from raisins that will help to accentuate savoury curries.

Find the recipe here.


  1. Navratan Korma

Photo credit: My Heart Beets

A dish fit for a king, Navratan Korma is a staple in the imperial kitchen during the Mughal era in India. The name translates to ‘nine-gem curry’. The royal family of ingredients consists of fruits, vegetables, and nuts - perfect for special occasions or whenever you’re in the mood to impress. 

Find the recipe here.


  1. Mango Kulfi

Photo credit: Art of Palate

This traditional frozen treat from the Indian subcontinent is said to originate from the 16th century. Denser and creamier than regular ice cream, kulfis are also often spiked with aromatics and flavourings, like cardamom, rose, and pistachio. This recipe uses saffron to enhance the bright yellow colour and add a hint of floral sweetness.

Find the recipe here.


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