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Archive for February, 2012


Tiffin Boxes – A Fun And Eco Friendly Way To Serve Indian Curries

There is no doubt about it… Indian tiffin boxes are trendy, practical and an eco friendly way to serve food Have you come across Indian tiffin boxes before? Tiffins are really starting to make their mark here in the UK. They are available in many different sizes and are great for serving lunches at work […]

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How To Make Moong Dhal

Moong dhal is the perfect dish for a cold Winter day. I really like moong dhal. Not just because it tastes really good but also because it is so easy and quick to make. Other types of pulses have to soak over-night and require more forward planning. Not the case with moong dhal. This is […]

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How To Make Tandoori Sea Bass At Home

This tandoori Sea Bass Recipe is quick and easy! I cook almost every meal that gets place on my family’s table. That doesn’t mean I’m always in the mood to cook. Sometimes after a hard day at work I just want the cooking process to be behind me so I can relax with a drink […]

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How To Make British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Lamb Bhuna

This lamb bhuna is better than most I have tried while dining out! I have made a lot of beef and lamb bhuna curries over the past year. The authentic Indian bhunas are quite a lot harder to make than this restaurant style bhuna. Bhuna cooking is a style of cooking in India where hot […]

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How To Make Tandoori Masala

This tandoori masala is nice to have on hand I want to teach you how to make an amazingly easy tandoori masala. This masala – or mixure – can be used to brighten up curries, marinade meat and vegetables and it works well as a dry rub for brilliant BBQs. If you compare it to […]

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How To Make Your Own Quality Curry Powder

Here is a curry powder recipe for those who like to try new things I won’t beat around the bush… There are good curry powders and there are those that are better left on the supermarket shelf. The good curry powders that are often used at curry houses taste fine and can be used instead […]

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How To Make Masala Chai – A popular Milky Indian Tea

Next time make it a masala chai! My wife Caroline and I have been on a real health kick recently. This is why regular readers of my blog have noticed a lot of salads and vegetable curries lately. In addition to the healthy vegetables and fruit used to create these recipes, the spices are also […]

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How To Make British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Onion Bhajis

These onion bhajis are the real thing! My original British Indian restaurant (BIR) style onion bhaji recipe was one of the most popular on my site. As it also happens to be in my Indian takeaway ebook, I had to remove it. The thing was, I needed to replace it with something equally as good. […]

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Real Indian Food Recipes – How To Make A Healthy Cucumber Salad

This simple cucumber salad is very low in calories while being quite high in taste! One thing I have learned through making so much Indian food is that there are so many amazingly good recipes out there with next to no calories! That’s right… you can eat healthily and still enjoy some great food. Lately […]

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Traditional Indian Food- Carrot Salad With Roasted Peanuts and Dried Chillies

Who said carrot salad had to be boring?   One thing I have always loved about traditional Indian food is the amazing flavours. It seems like each and every dish has its own individual character that sets it apart from the rest. This carrot salad is one such recipe. I was surprised at how much […]

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