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Archive for September, 2011


Fresh Sardines – Perfection With Only Five Additional Ingredients

Ok, so today was sunny for a change and I decided to take the day off. It’s just one of those things I have to do from time to time when the weather’s nice. I read a bit and loafed about until my hunger got the best of me. It was time to make the  […]

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Restaurant Style Curries – How To Make Chicken Jalfrezi

Chicken jalfrezi is one of the easiest curries to make. Chicken jalfrezi is the most popular curry in the UK Indian restaurants. That’s right, it’s not chicken tikka masala like many people think. The latter may be less spicy and a favourite amongst children. It may also be seen very often in those ready made […]

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How To Cook Naan Bread in a Tandoor Oven

  Introducing my new – improved naan bread recipe!   Back in February 2011, shortly after I started this blog, I posted a naan bread recipe which I’d been using for years. That naan bread recipe had seen me through many curry nights and parties. Naan bread became a true favourite around my house.  I […]

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Breakfast Indian Food – How To Make Moong Dal Chila

This was Indian food like I’d never experienced before – Delicious!   One of the best parts of writing my Indian food blog has been connecting with so many different people who enjoy Indian food as much as I do. I love learning from them and trying recipes I otherwise may never have come across. […]

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Tandoori Chicken in a Tomato, Garlic and Fenugreek Sauce

Tandoori chicken like this just gets it!   This is a tandoori chicken dish that could just as easily be grilled on a barbecue or in a hot oven. In fact, I usually cook the chicken over a hot wood burning BBQ. The smoky flavour adds so much to the finished dish. The sauce can […]

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Restaurant Style Curries – How To Make Lamb Madras

  Restaurant style curries are easier to make than you may think   One of my favourite curry house curries nowadays is lamb madras. It has to be done to perfection with tender chunks of lamb and just enough spice to burn for a couple seconds before mellowing. My curry house lamb vindaloo days are […]

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Restaurant Style Curries – How To Make Indian Prawn Curry

  When making restaurant style curries, always use the freshest ingredients!   This is one of those easy restaurant style curries that you can make in minutes. In fact, last night I took orders from my family and made five different restaurant style curries in less than 20 minutes. The flavours were so mouth-wateringly good […]

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How To Make Indian Butter Crab

  You’ve got to try Indian butter crab   Indian butter crab is probably the most fattening recipe I’ve ever made. I’ve cooked similar recipes on many occasions but last week I decided to try the real thing. I think every region in the world that has access to good fresh live crab has its […]

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