Fish Pakora

Fish Pakora – Fish coated in an Indian style, spicy batter & deep fried ’till golden and crispy! What’s not to like? You can use any firm fish you like. The ones in this blog are made with cod. Haddock, pollack or even salmon could be used if you wanted. Fish isn’t the cheapest ingredient.…… Continue reading Fish Pakora

East Indian Bottle Masala

East Indian Bottle Masala is a combination of spices and herbs originating from the East Indian people of Goa. Who are East Indians? East Indians are a group of people with Christian beliefs, that were heavily influenced by the Portuguese settlers to India. Each family had their own secret recipe. Some versions had as little…… Continue reading East Indian Bottle Masala

Pot Roast Bombay Chicken

Bombay Pot Roast Chicken

Pot Roast Bombay Chicken Pot Roast Bombay Chicken. A whole chicken, marinated in Tandoori Spices. Cooked on top of potatoes in a spicy, tomato sauce. Such an easy recipe, and it’s all cooked in one pot. And you will need a big pot! A great dish if you’re entertaining friends, as it can be bunged…… Continue reading Pot Roast Bombay Chicken

Easy Curry Sauce Recipe

Easy Curry Sauce Recipe. Everybody wants to recreate their favourite Indian Restaurant/takeaway or traditional Indian dish at home. How do you go about it? The first answer you will probably get is ”You need to use a curry base sauce or gravy!”. British Indian Restaurant Base Sauce It’s not the wrong answer. Knowing how to…… Continue reading Easy Curry Sauce Recipe

Hotel Indian Curry Gravy

Hotel Indian Curry Gravy, I first came across this Hotel style gravy from Romaine Saha of Glebe Kitchen. I have never made Glebe Kitchens hotel style gravy. However reading his recipe inspired me to look in to the technique. It wouldn’t be fair to write this post without giving Romaine some credit for starting me…… Continue reading Hotel Indian Curry Gravy

Base Curry Sauce

Really Really Simple Base Curry Sauce When it comes to Base Curry Sauce this is as simple as it gets! A few ingredients that you should be able to memorise and it can easily be made from start to finish in 1.5 hours (I’ve done it in less!). This is my go to recipe for…… Continue reading Base Curry Sauce

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