Best Indian Markets in Texas in Texas: Cooking & Baking Posted April 7, 2004 My favorite so far is the Taj Imports on the southwest corner of 75 and Beltline in Richardson. When I go, I plan on staying at least an hour to peruse all of the various and sundry spices, legumes, beauty products, teas, pickles etc. They are pretty big, and have inside a deli and a bakery.I have found harder to find asian/Indian veggies and fresh spices like curry leaves here. Truly a joy to explore every time I go. A bonus is that they are in a complex with three restaurants and several sari stores. I know there are more stores across the street, but I have yet to make it there.Another, closer to my home is at:6541 Duck Creek, Suite F Garland, TX-75043 The listing calls it the Asia Bazaar but that is not what is has on the store front. I can't think of what it is. However it is right next to an Indian restaurant and a Freight Discount store.The owner seems friendly, and they have a lot of nice spices, frozen goods, some fresh produce, and the general legume and rice selection. A few health and beauty products can also be found there. I also say buffalo meat in the deep freeze. In case you are looking for buffalo......I get my Caravan Yogurt here and this delicious saffron kulfi. I keep meaning to try the other flavors.....Just south on Beltline is the Unique Indian Store.According to the proprietors, they cater to the South Indian population.I run here for quick stuff, garlic paste, chana, and they have these delightful parippu vada/ masala vada freshly made at the counter. They inspired me to make them myself. The proprietors are always very friendly and helpful. and have a rather large selection of pickles, legumes, rices, oils, frozen goods and a video store.433 west hwy I-30 Garland, TX-75043 I'm always exploring the different ethnic grocers around, so as I find more, I'll post.