The Indian cookbook author Raghavan Iyer experienced his first Thanksgiving, in Minnesota, in the early 1980s. “Coming from a land of spice, I thought, ‘Man, how boring,’" he recalled. He shared this recipe for squash dumplings in a creamy tomato sauce spotted with cashews and raisins, a bright and spicy dish welcome on any table, any time of the year. In a pinch? The sauce and dumplings can be prepared a day ahead and refrigerated separately. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for NYT)
Deep fried, hot butter Calamari or Cuttlefish, need I say more?Here's a slight variation of the same crunchy, spicy dish for you to try at home. Serve as a skillet meal or a filling for wraps and Tacos. Yum!
Spicy Shrimp Pasta in Garlic Tomato Cream Sauce – this pasta has everything you crave for in an Italian pasta: easy creamy tomato sauce made from scratch, seafood, and spices (basil, oregano, crushed red pepper)