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
Rich & Spicy Mutton Curry Recipe I do like chicken and lamb in a curry. Sometimes though you want a more traditional dish, cooked long and slow. Mutton is ideal for this. Mutton Curry is ideal if you’re looking for an Indian dish for a special occasion. We had this dish as part of an…… Continue reading Mutton Curry
Easy to follow recipe for a traditional style Goan Pork Vindaloo.
Chicken Jalfrezi is a favourite curry. It’s my go to curry when I have some leftover Tandoori Chicken. In fact it’s worth making some Tandoori Chicken Just to make a Jalfrezi! What Makes A Chicken Jalfrezi? Jalfrezi has it’s origins in Bengal. It was a way of using leftover meat or fish that was stir…… Continue reading Chicken Jalfrezi
I do love a Lamb Madras. The good thing about a Madras is it can be as simple or as complicated as you like. The basics of Madras are tomatoes, something sharp & sour such as lemon juice or tamarind and plenty of chilli heat. As we don’t have lamb curry all that often I…… Continue reading Lamb Madras
Pathia – Sweet, Hot & Sour Curry Pathia is a wonderful Indian dish that has it’s roots in Persia. Sweet, hot and sour it hits all the right notes in out household. Obviously you can alter the level of heat to suit your taste by using more or less Chilli powder and fresh chillies. Chicken…… Continue reading Pathia