Curry recipies 18 Recipes
Thali – A number of different dishes served typically for sharing, normally includes Indian breads, dal, curry, rice and pickles.
Or it could just be that I raided the freezer and this is what I found. An Indian Tapas meal – for the[...]
Hello dears! I'm overwhelmed by the increasing fans for my recipies and comments. My blogger buddies list is increasing day-by-day and so is my cooking passion. Here i give you three different recipies in one post. 1. Arisi puttu: I[...]
Here is a little insight into how my mind works. I would absolutely love to do a challenge like the Masterchef Invention Test, although they would tell me off for using everything!
So it’s 5.30 on Tuesday night, the vegbox is due tomorrow,[...]
Ingredients: Red Beans( vanpayar ) - 1 cup (soaked a couple of hours) Red chilly powder 1 tsp Shallots - 6,7 Whole Red Chilly - 2 Curry leaves - 1 bunch Mustard seeds - 2 tsp Oil/Coconut oil - 1 tbsp Salt to taste Method: 1. Boil the soaked[...]
Ingredients: 1. Mutton ? 1/2 kg 2. Onion ? 2 medium Crushed ginger & garlic ? 1 tablespoon each 3. Chilli powder ? 1 tbsp coriander powder ? 1 tablespoon Turmeric powder ? 1/2 teaspoon Garam Masala ? 1 teaspoon[...]
Turkey: Yes there is still some left and I’m not bored of it yet! That’s got to be the best £50 I have ever spent. We normally have Goose for Christmas, but I’ve never made it stretch this far.
The spices used in this recipe[...]
This method produces really light fluffy rice and I love the sweetness of the onions.
I always remind people to count out the cloves and cardamom pods as we come across them, so no nasty soapy surprises. I could pick them out when serving, but[...]
One of the things I was most looking forward to about India was hunting down some new spices, it turned out that there was little to add to my collection, so instead I decided to try some different spice blends which is a bonus because these I can[...]
What do you mean I didn’t bring you anything back from India! How about a recipe taken from “The Hindu” submitted by Rajeswari Shankar.
Karunaikizhangu Masiyal is a traditional Indian side dish. I have had to adapt the original[...]
Today I have harvested Egg- plants from my garden. My elder son asked me to make low spice curry. So i tried out this version of my curry. It come out well, so I thought of sharing this recipe with you.
Baingan -Tamatar ki[...]