7 Authentic and delicious Indian recipes you can make for lunch
These mouthwatering Indian dishes are amazingly easy to whip up!
Of the wide array of Asian food, Indian cuisine has to be one of the most vibrant and flavourful.
From the fragrance of Biryani rice to the spices of curry, Indian cuisine is truly unique.
Looking for easy Indian recipes for lunch? Try these.
This dish, of North Indian origin, is made of paneer (Indian cheese curd) combined with a creamy, spinach gravy. It goes best with rice, roti, naan, or paratha. It's truly one of the delicious and easy Indian recipes for lunch, or any time of day.
Watch the video below to learn how to make Palak Paneer Curry.
This Indian favourite is a classic comfort food that makes for a great, quick lunch. It's made with chicken infused with a creamy spiced gravy. This might take a while to marinate and prepare, but it will surely be worth the wait.
Watch the video below to learn how to make Ginger Masala Yoghurt Chicken.
This fragrant and flavourful dish is a staple of special occasions in India. It's hearty and filling; the rice is made with cumin, turmeric, cashew nuts, sprig curry, coriander and other spices. While the Brinjal (eggplant) curry is a delightful mixture of desiccated coconut, roasted peanuts, Brinjal, cumin, turmeric, and chilli.
Watch the video below to learn how to make fragrant Coriander rice with nutty Brinjal curry.
This Indian dish is also quite popular in Singapore. In fact, it's been around since the 50s. It combines the flavour of fish head with the Indian fish curry.
Watch the video below to find out how to make Assam Curry Fish Head.
This heartwarming Indian favourite takes a little over an hour to make and is made using chicken breasts flavoured with salt and lemon juice, which are then marinated in Greek yoghurt, ginger, cream, and garlic. You can also sprinkle some mint chutney for added flavour.
Watch the video below to learn how to make Murgh Malai Chicken Tikka.
This tasty and nutritious dish is usually enjoyed on special occasions, but it's also one of the easy Indian recipes for lunch that you can enjoy as a midday meal.
Watch the video below to learn how to make Moringa drumstick curry.
Looking for delicious, easy Indian recipes for lunch? Try making paneer butter masala. It's flavourful and packed with protein, too! Best of all, it takes only about half an hour to whip up.
Watch the video below to learn how to make paneer butter masala.
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