Chicken Hyderabadi – Traditional Indian

Chicken Hyderabadi is a traditional Indian dish where the chicken is cooked in a sauce made from a paste of caramelised onions. This curry has a thick, flavourful gravy, and is made without the addition of tomatoes. It still manages to be a robustly flavoured dish, with spice levels that can be tailored to your…… Continue reading Chicken Hyderabadi – Traditional Indian

Chicken Tikka Madras

Chicken Tikka Madras is a spicy, tangy Madras recipe, using chicken tikka and cooked in a tasty curry gravy that is a hybrid of a hotel andbase gravy. All the curry blends used in the recipe can be bought on the ‘Ome Made Online Store. You can of course use your own favourite brand or…… Continue reading Chicken Tikka Madras

Kashmiri Chicken Curry

Kashmiri Chicken Curry is one of those ‘marmite’ type of curries. Some people find the thought of fruit in a curry abhorrent. My youngest son on the other hand can’t get enough of Kashmiri Chicken Curry or Banana Curry, as he calls it! It’s not something I would order myself from a restaurant or takeaway…… Continue reading Kashmiri Chicken Curry

Railway Chicken Curry

Railway Chicken Curry is one of those Anglo Indian dishes where an Indian dish has been adapted to suit British tastes. There are many theories of the origins, but what’s clear is that it originates for the late 19th Century and the glory days of the Indian railway. Food was cooked from scratch on the…… Continue reading Railway Chicken Curry

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Chicken Mango Delight Recipe

Chicken Mango Delight Recipe – With some unseasonal, ridiculously hot weather but still wanting a curry fix I produced this dish. It’s something that’s just a little bit more refreshing. The combination of the mango pulp, a few green chillies, green peppers and then some cream to just lighten and mellow it all makes for…… Continue reading Chicken Mango Delight Recipe

Staff Curry – Traditional Indian Curry

Staff Curry – Traditional Indian Curry. This traditional style curry got its name from the British Indian Restaurants. Many of the restaurants would have a big pot of a traditionally made curry to feed the staff that worked there. This curry would often consist of chicken or lamb on the bone, the bone giving extra…… Continue reading Staff Curry – Traditional Indian Curry