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Archive for June, 2012


A Yeast Free Naan Recipe I Learned At Sachins In Newcastle

This is a naan recipe with a difference! I don’t know about you but when I go out for a curry I always order naans. It’s mandatory. My whole family just loves them. Dining out we’ve had some pretty amazing naans and we’ve also been disappointed on a few occasions. Over the past couple of […]

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A South Indian Cod Curry With Coconut Milk And Cheddar

This cod curry is currently one of my favourites! Olive oil and Cheddar cheese are being used a lot more in Indian Cookery. Where before ghee (clarified butter) would be used, many cooks are opting for the healthier olive oil. Cheddar cheese and Mozzarella are also enjoyed either as a new addition to food and/or […]

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Pan Seared Salmon With A Creamy Saffron Sauce

I love pan seared salmon done in this way! My grandfather taught me to cook pan seared salmon in this way about twenty years ago. I’d forgotten all about it until a few days ago when I was flipping through some of his hand written recipes and found it again. He served it with a […]

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Wagyu Beef Curry – ‘Kobe Beef’ Or Not, This Recipe Is Fantastic

Wagyu beef is so tender and delicious. As soon as I received my joint of Wagyu casserole beef from Alternative Meats, I tweeted about it. I was that excited. The funny thing is, I called it Kobe beef and was soon contacted by several different people explaining that Wagyu does not equal Kobe. I have […]

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An Easy Indian Kipper Recipe

I’ve never seen an Indian kipper recipe so I decided to write one. I received the special BBQ fish pack from Delish Fish on Friday. It’s full of filleted fish that are ready for the barbecue. It arrived just in time for lunch so I decided something light might be nice. Being the working day, […]

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Product Review – Panjaban Curry Sauce – These Are Nice Healthy Sauces

I want to tell you all about Panjaban Curry Sauce! I met Charanjit Sapal on the Panjaban Curry Sauce stand last week at The BBC Good Food Show Summer. Charanjit and her son Gurjeet founded Panjaban Curry Sauces in early 2010. Gurjeet missed his mother’s home cooking so much, he asked her to send him […]

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Spicy Indian Fried Chicken

This Indian fried Chicken is finished off in the oven or – better yet – the barbecue This is the best fried chicken you will every have the pleasure of enjoying. We are talking amazing here! I developed this recipe by chance. I first made a big batch of Indian fried chicken and had some […]

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A Simple Barbecued Cod Recipe With A Cumin And Black Pepper Spice Rub

This barbecued Cod could also be pan fried with excellent results. I have long been a big fan of spice rubs. This is especially so when barbecuing over a log or charcoal fire. The heat from the fire helps give the exterior of the meat or fish a nice and tasty crust. Talk about intense […]

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Pork Patia – A Delicious Sweet And Sour Curry

You won’t find this pork patia in many Indian restaurants so you’re just going to have to make it at home! For religious reasons, pork is not served at many Indian restaurants. Personally, however I love pork and cook with it often. Cooking pork in a British Indian Restaurant (BIR) style tastes mouthwateringly good. I […]

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How To Make An Onion Chutney – BIR Style

You could leave the onions out of this onion chutney and still have a great dip. I have two British Indian restaurant style chutneys which I make often. This one actually uses the same sauce I use for my chicken patia. I learned how to make it from a friend at my local tandoori. He […]

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