Make your favorite Indian dishes at home with these simple, satisfying recipes, which include everything from buttery chicken tikka masal...
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The usual Indian way of preparing okra is to cut it into rounds. But when Suvir Saran was seven, he insisted that the family cook slice the okra into wispy strips. The supercrunchy result was a hit and became a family legend.