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Archive for May, 2011


How to make Tomata Shorba – A Popular Indian Style Tomato Soup

  This tomato soup is bursting with interesting flavours   After a weekend of delicious excesses, I’m ready for a healthy alternative. This weekend I’ve eaten like a king – suckling pig, buttery dhals, stuffed naan and more units of wine than I really care to count. So today I’m taking the family on a […]

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How to Make Suckling Pig Vindaloo

This suckling pig was worth the work! Suckling pig is simply amazing! This is an authentic Goan vindaloo with a difference. I’ve used all the most popular ingredients found in Goan vindaloos but instead of using chunks of pork form the leg or shoulder of a mature pig, I’ve opted for the sweet, melt in […]

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How to Make Saag Roti – A Popular Indian Spinach Flatbread

  If you love tortillas, you’ll be crazy about saag roti!   This is an easy roti (bread) recipe that is both interesting to look at and tasty too. Saag roti in good for you and can be eaten on its own or dipped in your favourite curry. My kids like to eat saag roti […]

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How to Make an Easy Indian Halibut Curry in a Spicy Yogurt Sauce

This halibut curry is simply amazing! This is an interesting halibut curry as the fish is first shallow fried in mustard oil and then added to the spicy yogurt sauce to continue cooking. It is a Bengali specialty which uses the popular and distinctively strong mustard oil. Mustard oil is available at Indian markets but […]

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How to Make Bhuna Gosht – A Spicy Lamb Curry

  This Spicy Bhuna Gosht is for @ChilliTemple   One thing I love about living in the times we do, is getting to communicate with so many people with similar interests. When I first started this blog and opened my Twitter account @TheCurryGuy, one of my first Twitter followers was Ash at @ChilliTemple. If you […]

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How to Make an Authentic Indian Vegetarian Green Bean Curry

  Green bean curry makes a tasty and easy side dish   One thing I can say about traditional Indian cooking is that they sure know how to make their vegetables taste great! This green bean curry also happens to be one of the easiest recipes I know. There is no spice grinding to do! […]

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How to Make Chicken Tikka Masala – The Most Popular Restaurant Curry

This chicken tikka masala may not be traditional indian cuisine, but it sure is good! Chicken tikka masala is the most requested curry by far in the curry houses of the UK. It’s origins are uncertain and I don’t want to bore you with speculation. What you should know, is that chicken tikka masala did […]

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How to Make Kheema Mattar – A Traditional Lamb Keema and Pea Curry

 Kheema mattar is one of the most popular restaurant curries. My kids absolutely love kheema mattar. In fact, it was the first curry recipe I taught them when they began to want to help out in the kitchen. I like to use minced lamb leg which is not as fatty as other cuts. Kheema mattar […]

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How to Make Indian Almond Rice – An Easy Recipe That Goes With All Indian Curries

  Put a little crunch in your cooking with almond rice!   If you like curry and I know you do, then here is a little treat to go with it! Indian Almond rice is a nice alternative to simple white rice and it’s easy to make! Whenever I plan a curry night for friends, […]

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How to Make Tandoori Style Salmon That Melts in Your Mouth

  If you haven’t tried tandoori style salmon, it’s time you did!   I love tandoori food! Presumably, as you’re reading this recipe, you’re quite fond of it too. If you’re like me, however, you probably don’t have a tandoor oven sitting around your property. No worries… This tandoori style salmon tastes spectacular cooked on […]

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