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20 thoughts on “R E C I P E S.

    1. Shari Post author

      Leandra, Not as of yet. I will definitely share a few soon. I’d like to make a video of chapati making (it’s harder than you’d imagine). As for making naan…it’s possible at home, but will never taste quite like what you get at the restaurant without using a tandoor. I’ve had a lot of requests though, so I will do some experimenting and post a recipe.

    1. Shari Post author

      Thank you, Manju! I hope to someday have a huge and wonderful collection of recipes. I just want people to love the Indian cuisine as much as I do! 🙂

  1. West of Ireland Ann

    I can’t wait to get started! Just need to buy some onions to get started on the base curry. Would love a recipe for naan that works – my family love it. Thanks!

    1. Shari Post author

      Naan is a little tricky to make at home—at least, it’s tricky to make it taste like what you get at the restaurant. I’ll give it a go though, and see what I can come up with!

  2. Glenna

    I just found your blog today. I’m excited by all the yummy looking dishes. My husband is English and loves restaurant curries, but they are expensive here and unfortunately, every time I’ve tried to make any at home, they’ve all been complete disasters. I’m hopeful that I can try some of your recipes, especially the Korma and Tikka Masala! Thanks !!!

  3. baker or urban

    This is great! As an American-born Indian, I never really tried to pick up many recipes, but this website will be great when I want to make Indian food at school! Much easier than frantically calling my mom to help me out.

  4. ASarkar

    I just found your blog! Haven’t tried any of your recipes yet, but I’m already in love with your site! 🙂 I’m a Bengali (I think Piyush is too!), and it’s so nice to see an American make so many traditional Indian (and Bengali) dishes. Yay!! 🙂 And much like you, I too discovered by love for cooking after I got married. Will definitely try out your recipes soon! 🙂

    1. Shari Post author

      Hello! I’m glad you stumbled across my blog…you’re correct, Piyush is also Bengali! Hope you enjoy the recipes! 😀

    1. Shari Post author

      Hello KB!

      You’re right, I don’t have a fish curry on the blog–which is weird since I’m married to a Bengali (they LOVE fish!). I’ll be sure to get one posted soon!

  5. Emily

    Hi Shari,
    I stumbled on to your blog through pinterest, Great blog. Im am also married to a Bengali and I made your Shrimp Malai Curry recipe and it was a hit. Thanks for sharing the recipe!


    1. Shari Post author

      Hello Emily! I’m glad the shrimp malai curry was a hit! It’s actually one of my most favorite recipes to make…everyone seems to love it!

      P.S. Aren’t Bengali guys the best?! 😀

  6. Becky

    Shari- I’m hunting for tips on how to make rice just like they do in Indian restaurants – any help? I don’t see a rice recipe in your index.


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