Indian 8 results
  • Homemade Garlic Naan

    This week I have teamed up with Red Star Yeast to make Homemade Garlic Naan! When they told me they wanted to collaborate for a video I decided to challenge myself to make something that I love to eat but have never actually made before. I immediately got in the kitchen, started working on a garlic naan recipe, instantly fell in love with making it from scratch! Not only is the technique for cooking it so cool but it tastes out of this world. It’s a super soft flatbread topped with loads of ...
  • Quick Chana Masala with Roti

    This Quick Chana Masala recipe is a staple in my house that's perfect for those busy weeknights because we always have the ingredients on hand and it comes together in under 30 minutes.   Chana Masala is a northern Indian classic dish of chickpeas cooked in a spices sauce. Every place in India has its own unique version of the dish, with different types of chickpeas and sauces. Before we get into the recipe I want to give a disclaimer that this is far from a traditional recipe. ...
  • Blueberry Cardamom Hand Pies

    A few weeks ago we had a fun day in Connnecticut where we went blueberry picking and out to dinner for delicious kosher Indian food for with Naomi Nachman's family.  It was a jam packed and super fun day catching up and , of course, talking a lot about food! Both the blueberry picking and the Indian food are what inspired to make this out of the box dessert...Blueberry Cardamom Hand Pies.  I mean, can a Southern classic with an Indian twist be any more on brand for me?!?&nb...
  • Dal Makhani

    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chefman. The opinions and text are all mine. Thank you for supporting my sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this for CookWithChefEitan.com! Get excited because this week I have teamed up with Chefman to bring you five delicious recipes! If that is not exciting enough, then check out my Instagram, @chefeitanbernath, for a chance to win three of the Chefman appliances I am using during those five days. ...
  • Indian Style Tomato Soup

    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of nutpods. The opinions and text are all mine. Thank you for supporting my sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this for CookWithChefEitan.com! Today we are making one of my all-time favorite soups, Indian Style Tomato Soup. Anyone that has tried Indian Style Tomato Soup before knows how uniquely delicious it is. For this recipe, I have teamed up with nutpods to make this traditional Indian Soup vegan and ...
  • Punjabi Samosas with Mint Chutney

    During the summer I like to experiment in the kitchen with more involved recipes than I would typically make during the school year. Today I made these beautifully delicious Punjabi Samosas with Mint Chutney! Samosas are deep fried, cone shaped dumplings that are traditionally filled with a mixture of potatoes or meat. They also happen to be seriously delicious! My personal favorite version of the Samosa is one from Punjab, a state in the Northern part of India. Their version of this ...
  • Mango Lassi

    I'll be the first to admit that I am, kind of, addicted to Indian food. What can I say?!? It is my all-time favorite cuisine. When I am eating Indian food, I like it when it's so hot that I am practically sweating and my mouth feels as if it's engulfed in flames. After eating spicy Indian food, the best thing, in the world, to drink to cool your mouth down is an ice cold Mango Lassi. The genius people that cultivated the Indian cuisine also invented the perfect drink to ...
  • Dal Tadka with Cumin Rice

    My love for Indian food goes way back. I have my mom to thank for introducing Indian food to me at such a young age. We have been going to Indian restaurants ever since I was a little kid. I now like making Indian food just as much as I enjoy eating it. I am always experimenting with new Indian dishes in my kitchen. I have made homemade paneer cheese, roti bread, lamb vindaloos, and more. The thing that I love about Indian food is that it has so many dimensions of flavor. Every dish ...