Chef Andrew Zimmerman serves an Indianinspired cauliflower side dish at Sepia in Chicago

Chef Andrew Zimmerman serves an Indian-inspired cauliflower side dish at Sepia in Chicago.

Indian flavors gradually gain favor on menus

More chefs experiment with complex cuisine’s cooking techniques, spices

Unlike its fast-growing ethnic cuisine counterparts, Indian fare has yet to make serious inroads on American menus. Lately, however, more chefs are experimenting with the cooking techniques, spices and flavors of this complex cuisine.

“There are no geographic borders today when creative chefs are working on menus,” said Dean Small, founder and managing partner of Synergy Restaura

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