The Indira Indian restaurant was the first to introduce the intricate, complex and rich Indian cuisine to Israel 25 years ago. This cuisine is especially known for its use of spices. In Hindi, masala means “spice” or “a spice mixture.” In India, every spice store has its own masala, and the mixtures vary from one region to another.
As a tribute to Indian cuisine, here are a few masala recipes the chef of Indira was kind enough to adapt for the home cook. Who knows? You may find just the dish to give your Seder table an Indian twist.