All the Bold, Tasty Curry Recipes You'll Ever Need in a Fraction of the Time
Fire up your Instant Pot® and cook the best curries in the world with Hina Gujral, Instant Pot pro and creator of Fun FOOD Frolic. With this masterful collection of 100 delicious curries—from comforting classics to reimagined meals—you can explore all the diverse flavor profiles of Indian cuisine. And best of all, the Instant Pot makes these recipes accessible to everyone, bringing you the authentic Indian flavors you know and love without hours of simmering.
Hina has carefully curated the all-time tastiest, most essential curries around—if you’re going to cook any curry recipe, you’ll want it to be one of these. Whip up a creamy, restaurant-style Butter Chicken or a Garlicky Butternut Squash Dal for dinner. Or if you’re hungry for something new-school, try out a flavor fusion like Parsi-Style Chicken and Apricot Curry. And there’s plenty of vegetarian meals too—from South Indian– Style Pineapple Curry to Kale Mushroom Matar Malai, you’re guaranteed to find something special for every appetite.
Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal or just need an excuse to break out your Instant Pot, these 100 comforting recipes will have you craving curry for every meal.
“Throughout my life, Indian food has provided healthy sustenance and delicious comfort, which is exactly what Hina’s recipes deliver.”
—Alka Joshi, New York Times bestselling author of The Henna Artist and The Secret Keeper of Jaipur
“A perfect collection of Indian curries that can be prepared on busy days.”
—Kankana Saxena, author of Taste of Eastern India and creator of Playful Cooking
“This is a dream come true for curry lovers. Hina’s recipes are always spot-on.”
–Chef Pawan Bisht, corporate chef of the restaurant chain One8 Commune
“This is such a beautiful, delicious and relevant resource for new ways to enjoy curry quickly. Hina's dependable, approachable recipes and beautiful photography will inspire you to take dinner to the next level.” –Megan Porta, blogger at Pip and Ebby and founder of Eat Blog Talk