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Archive for March, 2012


How To Make Goan Chicken Xacuti – A Great Indian Food Dish

Chicken Xacuti is one of my favourite Goan dishes! If there’s one thing I would like you to take away with you from my blog, it’s that Indian food may be a bit time consuming to make but it’s also very easy. Anyone can cook Indian food and cook it very well. If you source […]

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How To Make Traditional Chicken Biryani At Home

I love to experiment with flavours when cooking chicken biryani and encourage you to do this too. By the time you finish reading this recipe, you will know how to make a traditional chicken biryani. You will also know how I prefer to cook it. Biryanis originate from the northern part of Indian. Although this […]

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How To Make Home-Cooked Tandoori Salmon

This tandoori salmon recipe can be prepared and served in about 40 minutes. One of the best things about having made home cooked Indian food for so many years is that I can now make up recipes quite easily. I know how each and every spice tastes. Over time these flavours have become part of […]

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How To Make Fish Pakora

Fish pakora make a great starter course. I have been asked for a good fish pakora recipe many times. As I tend to stay away from deep fried foods, it just had to wait. Yesterday was the day! I had some nice cod in the fridge and had run five miles earlier in the day […]

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Slow Cooked Belly Pork In A Traditional Goan Vindaloo Sauce

God this traditional Goan vindaloo is good! I usually use leg or shoulder meat to make traditional Goan Vindaloo but a few days ago I decided to try it with pork belly. I had my butcher remove the skin. Yes that’s right… the beautiful bit used to make crackling. You might like to keep the […]

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Crab Crust Salmon Served With A Coconut And Saffron Sauce

Crab crust salmon takes me back to my California days. This crab crust salmon recipe is now officially my wife’s favourite fish dish! I happen to like it a lot too and hope you’ll feel the same. Crab and salmon just seem to go so well together. This is actually a play on a recipe I […]

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How To Make Lamb Methi

This lamb methi is certain to get gobbled up! Cooking meat on the bone in curries is not done very often in British Indian restaurant (BIR) style cooking. Mainly because it is more difficult to prepare and eat. If you’re cooking these curries at home, however you will enjoy the extra flavour it adds to […]

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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Chicken Methi Curry

I loved serving chicken methi in these tiffin boxes! If you’ve clicked on this recipe, you must be a chicken methi fan like me. I love the bitter sweet flavour of methi (fenugreek) leaves in a curry. This recipe takes it all up a notch. I highly recommend looking for fresh methi leaves but dried […]

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