Raita, an Indian condiment made with yogurt, elevates this vegetarian dish into a satisfying gourmet wrap. I sometimes substitute diced mango or cucumber for the pineapple and add fresh herbs like cilantro or mint. —Jennifer Beckman, Falls Church, Virginia
Our family loves to eat Indian food, and this recipe is quick and easy to do with jarred korma sauce and fresh spring vegetables. If you want it hotter, add cayenne pepper to taste. Sometimes I add grilled chicken to the recipe. I serve this dish with naan bread, chutney and flaked coconut for condiments. So good!—Nancy Heishman, Las Vegas, Nevada
A co-worker whose family is from India shared this delicious recipe with me. I’ve served it many times at family get-togethers, and the mild curry flavor and pleasant sweetness are always well received. —Sherry Flaquel, Cutler Bay, Florida
Cauliflower, garbanzo beans and tofu are subtle on their own, but together they make an awesome curry. We have this recipe weekly because one of us is always craving it. Find more of our healthy recipes at TheVeganRoad.com. —Patrick McGilvray, Cincinnati, Ohio
I often make this recipe and eat it at school for lunch. It makes me feel like I've ordered out from a fancy restaurant. It is wonderful as a salad or as a gourmet lunch wrap.—Michelle Sichak, Meridian, Idaho
Since I usually make and serve this salad while my teacher friends and I are on summer break, I always associate this recipe with relaxed good times! It's best to make ahead so that the flavors can mingle.
These delicious Sloppy Joes pack a burst of unexpected flavors in every bite. They'll surely jazz up your Sloppy Joe repertoire. For potlucks, keep the chicken mixture warm in a slow cooker and allow everyone to fill their own buns.—Jamie Miller, Maple Grove, Minnesota