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
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
Beef Chilli always seems to go down well with most people, we love it in our house. It’s one of those dishes you can just throw together, I don’t think any two of my chillies I’ve cooked have been the same! I have put this recipe together though to cover the basics and a few…… Continue reading Beef Chilli
Chicken Paneer Tikka Chilli Masala Chicken Tikka Masala is a favourite in the ‘Ome Made house. Only thing is, we have to have it a little hotter. Madras hot is about right for us. Paneer is also a great addition. If you’re not a fan or you’re struggling to get hold of some, it can…… Continue reading Chicken Tikka Masala With Paneer & Chilli
Falafel are great… or can be if they’re made right! The thing is you need to put bags of flavour in there. You need serious amounts of garlic, lemon juice, pepper and salt. And then of course there’s the spices. For me it has to be heavy on the cumin, probably my favourite spice…… Continue reading ‘Ome Made Falafel
Last year I posted a blog on Stir Up Sunday with a recipe for Christmas Pudding. Click on this link ‘Christmas Pudding’ if you want to see it. This Year I’m giving a recipe for Christmas Cake. You may think it’s a bit early but this cake tastes better for a bit of maturing. Put…… Continue reading Have Your Cake & Eat It… Just not until Christmas!