Complex, diverse, mysterious, nuanced, polarizing…Indian cuisine invites a myriad of compelling and inviting adjectives. And National Restaurant Association surveys describe it as an up-and-coming trend in this country. Yet Indian cuisine still remains unfamiliar to many consumers and daunting to some chefs. Even chefs who can pull off classic French cuisine with their eyes closed have to take a deep breath before toasting cardamom pods. Many chefs quickly realize what they ...

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