If you’re a fan of butter paneer, I highly recommend giving coconut paneer makhani a try! Its creamy, tomato-y, rich, and has just a little touch of sweetness. Plus it doesn’t require cashews like my butter paneer recipe so it’s a little simpler to make and also reduces the cost of making this dish. Plus coconut milk in Indian food is definitely an underrated combo.
I think I can speak for all of us when I say I was heartbroken when Taco Bell took their potato soft tacos off their menu temporarily. As a vegetarian this was one of my favorite options on their menu, so I immediately scrambled to come up with this recipe which, dare I say, is even better!
These are spicy, tangy, just a little sweet, and absolutely delicious. Gochujang is a Korean chili paste and if it’s not already in your cabinet, after trying this dish, it will surely become an essential!
Growing up, tomato soup was by far my favorite. It’s hard to think of any comfort food that beats a big bowl of creamy tomato soup with a side of grilled cheese. It just brings me straight back to my childhood.
This hot and sour miso soup is gonna be your new favorite comfort meal. Its spicy, savory, tangy, and absolutely delicious. The tomatoes and vinegar add the perfect tangy element while the miso adds extra depth and richness.
Butter Paneer is a rich, creamy, cashew-based curry that’s hearty and satisfying! Paneer is a common ingredient in Indian dishes and is a firm cottage cheese that doesn’t melt upon heating like other cheeses.