Recipes for an Indian Summer

 

Take advantage of the last days of summer and spice up your weeknight dinners with Indian flavors from Bal Arneson, Cooking Channel's Spice Goddess.

 

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Salmon with Mango Masala

Before you cover the grill for the season, make Bal's grilled salmon with sweet-and-savory mango masala sauce.

Get the Recipe: East Meets West Grilled Salmon with Mango Masala

Stuffed Peppers

Bal fills red and yellow peppers with a stuffing of potatoes, brown rice and spinach that's spiced up with garam masala and ginger.

Get the Recipe: Stuffed Peppers

Papaya and Soybean Salad

Bal's colorful combination of papaya and edamame is cool and refreshing, yet hearty and filling — perfect for Indian Summer.

Get the Recipe: Papaya and Soybean Salad

Indian Potato Salad

It's not your average picnic salad! Bal takes an all-American favorite and gives it Indian flair with turmeric, curry leaves, mustard seeds and cumin.

Get the Recipe: Indian Potato Salad

Sirloin Skewers

Try a new take on steak. Bal's sirloin skewers are full of flavor thanks to a marinade made with fenugreek leaves and ginger masala.

Get the Recipe: Sirloin Skewers with Roasted Potatoes

Rice Pudding

Bal's version of rice pudding subs out the typical cinnamon for cardamom and cloves. Raisins and slivered almonds add sweetness and crunch. Top it with juicy summer berries while you still can.

Get the Recipe: Bal's Rice Pudding

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