Welcome To Spice Up The Curry - a place where you can find Vegetarian Indian recipes and Eggless baking recipes. Apart from these you can find some international cuisines recipes and some fusion recipes with Indian touch. Spice Up The Curry was born on January 5th 2012. The website is still and always be a work in progress.
It is not just the recipe website, it is the community where the food lovers/cooking beginners discuss about their successes, failures, learning process in the kitchen.
- With step by step photos
- Detailed instructions include exact ingredients measurements, cooking temperature, flame intensity, cooking time, tips, notes and substitutions (if possible).
- Also mentioned the taste and flavor of the dish, shelf life or freezing instruction (whenever applicable) and serving suggestions to make it a meal.
- All of them are tried, tested and tasted in my kitchen and by my family.
- Includes a printable format for you.
Hello from Kanan Patel (That’s me) 🙂
Namaste, I am Kanan and the creator of Spice Up The Curry. I do cooking, creating recipe write up, taking photos, editing, posting online. As well as technical aspects, maintenance, designing of blog, server issues all are done by me.
If you’re new here, let me give you the tour of the site -
- You will find all the categories for recipes by clicking 'Recipe Index' at the top navigation bar
- You can find the recipes based on ingredients you have by going through the 'Ingredient Index' at the top navigation bar
- To search specific recipe from the site, you will find the search bar in the top navigation bar.
- basic cooking measurements conversion table, Indian spice box (Masala dabba) details and ingredient glossary topics are covered.
- You can also check out the the list of Indian cooking equipment I recommend.
Don’t find specific recipe that you are looking for? make a recipe request on spiceupthecurry[at]gmail[dot]com. I will try to post it asap.
SpiceUpTheCurry has been featured in VeganFoodAndLiving.com, Times of India, Hindustan Times, Huffpost, Buzzfeed, iDiva, MSN.com, Medium.com, Yahoo.com, Chowhound, Foodgawker, Yummly, India.com, Brit+Co, among others.
About Me: Kanan Patel
I am a former IT professional in a pharmaceutical company that “retired” in 2018 to focus on my family and to grow this site as a business. I am born and raised in India (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), now moved to the United States in 2008 as a student and living in New Jersey with 4 years old daughter, 1 year old son and husband.
A little story on How I learned cooking
I started cooking when I came to USA. I have never entered the kitchen when I was in India. During my masters, I learned little bit of cooking from my room-mates. But still I was doing just OK that time because roommates were always there, so I never got chance to cook alone. But when I got married, I need to manage the kitchen by myself. To keep mine and dear hubby’s stomach happy, I started to learn cooking from cookbooks. I have read lots and lots of cookbooks (nearby public library has very good collection of cookbooks). No, reading doesn’t end here; I have read tons of culinary books which explain cooking & food science. As I understand the food and how it works with other ingredients, I started enjoying it. And Now I can say that I know cooking and I can cook good food. But still learning is in process.
About the Food I cook and We eat:
As being vegetarian, I only cook vegetarian food and so this blog also has veg recipes posted.
You will always find fresh ingredients in my cooking. I try to reduce the use of processed and ready made canned stuff in my cooking.
I, hubby and kids eat all the food which I cook and post here on the blog. If I need to I freeze some, eat later. Sometimes he took it to his office for his co-workers. But we never waste or throw anything.
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Copyright Policy: all the content and photos on my website is copyright protected with all rights reserved, unless otherwise noted. no hot-linking of images, please! It takes a lot of time and effort to take images and blog about the food I cook. Kindly respect the hard work that goes into making of this blog.
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Sorry I don't offer such service. I share recipes on my site.
Are you kidding me? where the hell you were till the date? Omg, awesome explanation and this is what I really wanted. Thanks a lot. God bless you. I am a student in Canada. Living here for the last 5 years and was looking for 1 authentic source for Gujarati recipes, I think I found one.
I can feel it, Staying away from home and missing comfort food!! I was in the same boat.
Very happy that recipes are helpful to you.
If you've any query, you can ask anytime.
Can you please email yr recipe on email address below
Which food item recipe are you in need of kriti?