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Some people think that Indian food consists of only curry…wrong! With such a large country, the food menu really out does itself. Here on Cook Eat Delicious we try to give you some great Indian Food Recipes. Why not try out some of the following tonight? Vindaloo has to be one of my favorite Indian dishes. The peas are so fantastic in the dish. Serve with some freshly baked Naan and you have got a real thing going on for dinner! Tandoori chickens is so moist and full of flavor, I absolutely love it. Then toss some potato samosas on the plate!

Samosa Pie

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Potato Samosas are one of my favorite things at an Indian restaurant. I love the contrast of crunchy and soft, plus I don’t mind if it gets some of my curry on it! I love to sop up all that extra curry sauce with a samosa. I wanted to cook up a meal of samosas, so I decided on a Samosa pie. It is a perfect one dish meal or great in a spread with other Indian dishes. It is also a great Vegetarian easy recipe.

Delicious Rating: The flavors are wonderful in this Samosa Pie. You can really choose to mix and match what vegetables you like. I did a combination of potatoes, green beans, peas, and carrots. Next time I will lessen the amount of green beans, it got to be a bit much after the first slice. I will also make a great curry or vindaloo sauce to go with it. Let me know how you enjoy this recipe!

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Tofu Vindaloo and Rice

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When we were living in Texas there was an unbelievably delicious Indian restaurant. And although I am not a buffet frequenter, we would frequent their lunch buffet often. Indian food is something I miss eating a lot! Over the last couple of months I have been trying to cook a lot of different international fare, especially vegan. So why not cook up some Indian food? I decided to make one of my favorite Indian curry dishes, Vindaloo. I veganized it up with some fried tofu to make an absolutely delicious dish.

Delicious Rating: If you don’t like the lingering smell of Indian food in your house, I suggest you open up windows and close the bedroom doors before cooking this easy recipe. Once you get that done and cook this Vindaloo recipe you will be happy you did. The flavors meld together so well. But it wasn’t until the next day that it tasted even more amazing than when it first cooked. This is definitely a keeper and will be a regular dinner in my home.

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