Indian

Indian cuisine strikes a balance between spicy, hearty curries and mild, light dishes. The preparation and ingredients used to create a dish vary greatly depending on the region, family, or chef that makes it.

cauliflower cashew curry

Cauliflower, Cashew and Carrot Curry

This Cauliflower, Cashew and Carrot Curry is spicy and warm comfort food for a cold winter's day.  ...
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pumpkin halwa plated

Pumpkin Halwa

A few years ago I had a wonderful trip to southern India with a group of amazing people, ...
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A cup of ginger tea

Busy day? Sometimes it helps to pause and have a cup of tea.  Feeling under the weather ...
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Simple chicken curry — Make extra to "cook once and eat twice"

This quick and easy chicken curry, is one that you can make again and again and again. ...
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Savory Cashew Snack

In the US and other countries, we might typically serve a cake or sweet such as my ...
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Palak Paneer

Palak Paneer is a dish you will often encounter in Indian restaurants across the US.  It is ...
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Green Masala

Pam and Barbara’s Green Masala

by Pam Mehta and Barbara Spalding, MA, MS, RDN This green masala comes in handy for a ...
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Weeknight Quick and Easy: Indian Spiced Turkey Pita Pockets

It's Wednesday -- time to cook dinner again!  One dish I like to make is Indian Spiced ...
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Barbara Spalding RDN Culinary Dietitian

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Barbara Spalding MS, RDN, Culinary Dietitian

As a dietitian and world traveler, I love bold flavors — in food and in life. 14 years ago, I fell down the rabbit hole into Breast Cancer Wonderland. Since then, I’ve learned to cook differently while savoring the pleasures of food and companionship. I’ve built a resilient new life and a bold new kitchen. Let me show you the flavors of the world.
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