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Want a Bada-Boom presentation for your next dinner party? This whole roasted Cauliflower Tandoori is a great way to go; plus, it’s healthy, easy and mildly spicy; who could resist? Tandoori marinade is one of the softest on the heat level Indian sauces but still super aromatic. Cauliflower Tandoori works wonders with it, and this presentation would suit an Indian-style BBQ perfectly; you could cut slices of it and make it grill slightly on the grill! Tandoori Marinade/Paste I know… Tandoori means the Tandoor oven they cook with; in India, it’s not an actual sauce… But in our globalized world and adjusting India’s spice level to the Westerners’ fragile tongues, the “tandoori” marinade is the solution. Tandoori marinade comes in a paste, sold worldwide, and it’s a great way to experiment with Indian food at home. Plus, it gives a nice red colour to food. You could also make it yourself with…

Curry Popcorn is a great way to spice up your next home cinema night. If you are one of those soft curry lovers, or a Bollywood movie fan… this is the popcorn for you! Since I’ve started doing that Butter Curry Popcorn a few years back, it became the one and only way for me to eat popcorn. There is a little butter in it and salt, like in the traditional popcorn. Because popcorn without butter isn’t worth it. I saw curry popcorn recipes with coconut oil or Peanut oil but frankly, I need my butter in there! Plus, butter and curry goes amazingly well together. Curry powder Curry powder is made of a dry mix of ginger, turmeric, fennel seed, cardamom, cloves, etc. some versions spicier than others. This way you can add just a little butter, to keep it healthy, and go crazy on the amount of curry powder. You…

Indian Cauliflower is a simple side dish made of cauliflower floret covert in Indian Aromatics and grilled in the oven for a healthy, low-carb and powerful side to any Indian food! Cauliflower has a delicate taste and texture; why not give it an edge and spice it up? The usual dish contains potatoes, but for this version, I skip them. Other versions are with deep-fried battered cauliflower, and since I’m on an eternal diet… I should have cut out the frying, so I did a lighter version. I’m not an “extra spicy” kind of person; I like it in moderation… So I used only 3 tsp of Garam Masala spice (which is spicy), but it’s up to you; add one more of those spoons, and you’ll get a rock n-roll Indian Cauliflower! The Spice Mix To ensure the spices envelop the whole veggies correctly, add a tad of water to the…