This Creamy, Cozy Indian Cauliflower Dish Is Peak Comfort Food
This Creamy, Cozy Indian Cauliflower Dish Is Peak Comfort Food
This Creamy, Cozy Indian Cauliflower Dish Is Peak Comfort Food

Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help!—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that will change the way you cook.


This recipe has captivated the Food52 team, as we cooked it for photo shoots and video shoots (and all the other things we do here). I overheard murmurs of praise; I lost claim to leftovers after sneaks cleared the platters. “Divine,” our Genius video producer Alik Barsoumian wrote to me, after making it again for herself.

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Indian Spiced Lentil Burgers with Cilantro Chutney

Elevate your basic veggie burger with the bold flavors of ginger, turmeric, coriander, and cumin. Top these Indian-inspired lentil burgers with cilantro chutney and you’ll want them on your weekly rotation forever!

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I could legitimately eat pizza every day of the week if left to my own devices. Yes, I’m a full-fledged adult, but tell me who doesn’t love a warm, cheesy slice? I’ll take it every which shape and style: a Neapolitan pie, a New York slice, a Detroit pan, a clammy New Haven riff, flammkuchen in German (or tarte flambée in French), a Korean corn and ranch variety, and yes, even—close your eyes, fellow New Yorkers!—a Chicago deep dish.

That’s why, when I stumbled upon Nik Sharma‘s spice-forward version in his gorgeous debut cookbook, Season, I knew I’d hit upon a winner. His Margherita Naan Pizza is a clever Indian riff on a crowd-pleasing classic using bold, unconventional flavors like coriander and nigella seeds, and homemade naan as the chewy “crust.” (I never saw pizza disappear so quickly in our office, something worth noting for the crust-averse.)

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9 Instant Pot Indian Recipes for Rich, Comforting Flavor Fast

9 Instant Pot Indian Recipes for Rich, Comforting Flavor Fast

“My son Mark learned to cook with a [stovetop] pressure cooker when he was nineteen years old,” Urvashi Pitre writes in the introduction to her forthcoming book, Instant Pot Fast & Easy (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, January 2019). “I still remember the day he mastered four different dishes in one day. Now, Mark is scary-smart, this is true, but it’s also true that pressure cookers are not that complicated.”

Pitre—aka the “Butter-Chicken Lady,” per New Yorker contributor Priya Krishna—is probably one of the smartest people I’ve ever talked to; she’s a scientist by day and a cookbook author by night. From a single 30-minute phone conversation with her, I learned more about pressure cooking than I have reading about it for years in cookbooks, online, or even in my own kitchen tinkering with my little 3-quart Instant Pot, the electric pressure cooker Pitre also uses for her recipes. In these 30 minutes (about the time it takes for her Instant Pot butter chicken to come together), she expressed her frustration at all of the Instant Pot recipes out there that make you sauté first, when science shows a simple dump-and-cook would do.

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Our 9 1/2 Most Popular Recipes From November

Our 9 1/2 Most Popular Recipes From November

At the start of each month, we’ll be looking back at the most popular recipes from the previous one, stopping just short of ten and giving you a “half”—not a recipe, but a helpful tip, trip, or cocktail instead.

Whew. I don’t know about y’all, but after all the turkey and potatoes and pie, I took a nice long post-Thanksgiving nap. And what do you know? Now we’re suddenly in December, the last month of the year. Which means hot cocoa and a good book by the fire, decked-out gingerbread houses, and golden glazed hams.

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The World’s Healthiest Foods
From the kitchen: Tips for Preparing Shiitake Mushrooms
Mushrooms are very porous, so if they are exposed to too much water they will quickly absorb it and become soggy. Therefore, the best way to clean mushrooms without sacrificing their texture and taste is to clean them using minimal, if any, water. …

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Best Vegetarian Indian Cookbooks You Should Have in Your Kitchen
As an aspiring vegetarian, you should definitely get ahold of an Indian cookbook or two. Indian cuisine is a treasure trove of delicious healthy recipes that might become a staple in your plant-based diet. This cuisine utilizes bunches of plants, herbs, and spices to create mouth-watering vegetarian goodies. Indian vegetarian cookbooks can also teach you some new cooking techniques. You will probably start mixing odd ingredients to create unique Indian-style flavors. However, choosing the right Indian cookbook that perfectly fits your vegetarian preferences might be tricky. To make your choice a bit easier, take a look at this list of the best vegetarian Indian cookbooks that can add just the right spice to your diet. Saffron Soul: Healthy Vegetarian Heritage Recipes from India Among the best vegetarian Indian cookbooks, “Saffron Soul” by Mira Manek should be on top of your list. The lovely introduction traces the Manek family journey from India to London and gives the entire cookbook a special personal touch. However, the introduction is not the only personal touch this cookbook has to offer. Mira Manek provides a unique set of recipes that feature her own take on traditional Indian staples. Each recipe is a vegetarian interpretation of […]

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Pizza paratha recipe is easy to make vegetarian brunch, breakfast, kids snacks and lunch box idea. Pizza paratha is made with fresh homemade wheat flour and …
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Get this on the go and have a curry in 10 mins flat. Make sure you use small cut skin off boneless breast chicken for this. In a hurry need a curry. Another curry …

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