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Nutty Chicken Strips

Nutty Chicken Strips

Nutty Chicken Strips

I enjoy cooking for my parents and two brothers. I usually prepare things that are a little out of the ordinary. These strips, seasoned with curry, are great for a family game night. —Betsy Baertlein, Mazeppa, Minnesota

Mulligatawny Soup

Mulligatawny Soup

Mulligatawny Soup

One taste of this traditional curry-flavored soup, and folks will know it didn't come from a can! This soup fills the kitchen with a wonderful aroma while it's simmering.

Bread Machine Naan

Bread Machine Naan

Bread Machine Naan

Chewy yeast-raised flat bread is a snap to make in a bread machine. Serve naan with your favorite Indian dish to soak up the curry and sauces.—Shannon Ventresca, Middleboro, Massachusetts
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Spicy Chicken Tenders

Spicy Chicken Tenders

Spicy Chicken Tenders

These quick chicken bites from Carol Dodds in Aurora, Ontario are moist, delicious and boast traditional East Indian flavors of cinnamon, ginger and curry. “I serve this simple dish with rice and veggies for a great meal,” says Carol. TIP: Warm up your next fall gathering with Carol's Spicy Chicken Tenders for appetizers. Simply double the recipe and serve with fancy party picks.

Zippy Curry Dip

Zippy Curry Dip

Zippy Curry Dip

It's easy to encourage everyone to eat their vegetables when this creamy dip is served alongside. The curry flavor gets stronger the longer this dips stands, so I like to make it in advance. —Priscilla Steffke, Wausau, Wisconsin

Curry Roasted Potatoes

Curry Roasted Potatoes

Curry Roasted Potatoes

These savory potatoes are perfect for cooks who want to experiment with a few new spices and flavors. —Bryan Kennedy, Kaneohe, Hawaii

Apricot-Lemon Chicken

Apricot-Lemon Chicken

Apricot-Lemon Chicken

Chicken spread with an apricot and lemon sauce is elegant enough for company and a snap to make. I got this recipe in college and have used it to woo my friends and family ever since. It is very healthy as well, so it is something I can add to my regular menu rotation. —Kendra Doss, Kansas City, Missouri

Ginger Cardamom Tea

Ginger Cardamom Tea

Ginger Cardamom Tea

When the weather starts to turn cold, I like to add something warm and spicy to my tea, like ginger and cardamom. A big thermos of this is just the thing for a long afternoon of raking leaves. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Turkey Curry with Rice

Turkey Curry with Rice

Turkey Curry with Rice

When I have leftover turkey and a hankering for non-holiday food, I make turkey curry with carrots, cauliflower and mango chutney to spoon over rice. —Nancy Heishman, Las Vegas, Nevada

Chapati Breads

Chapati Breads

Chapati Breads

My daughter and I used to make this Indian flatbread frequently. It's so fun and goes well with any spiced dish. We use the extras to make sandwich wraps. — Joyce McCarthy, Sussex, Wisconsin

Curried Chicken Soup

Curried Chicken Soup

Curried Chicken Soup

My German mother would occasionally cook dishes that were not traditional German recipes. One of my favorites was her Curry Chicken Soup. I've added my own touches to it, such as the chickpeas, coconut milk and fresh cilantro.—Deanna Hindenach, Paw Paw, Michigan
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