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Chicken Chasni Balti

Some say that chicken chasni is the new chicken tikka masala. I have to say I do prefer a good chicken chasni. If you are familiar with chicken patia, this curry also gives it a run for its money. I used raw chicken breast for this recipe but feel free to use either my tandoori […]

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Goan Mutton Curry

  This one is going to blow your socks off. There’s so much going on here. So much so, I’m wondering why it took me so long to type and post the recipe. I do love a good Goan mutton curry. Try to allow time forthe meat to marinate overnight. You’ll be glad you did. The […]

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How To Make The Best Steaks In The World

Okay, this might sound like I’m bragging but I really do make the best steaks in the world. It’s taken me quite some time to come up with the recipe and years of cooking steaks in the wrong way before arriving at this one. You may be wondering how a recipe for the best steaks […]

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Spicy Thai Minced Pork Curry

Unlike the first three years of writing this blog, I no longer only cook Indian food. In fact I’ve been experimenting with Thai, Mexican, Chinese, German and American food for many years. Today I’d like to show you one of the easiest and tastiest curries I know. This can literally be made in under 20 […]

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Win A Deluxe East End Foods Spice Hamper!

I am delighted to announce the third East End Foods Spice hamper giveaway. I’ve been using East End spices as well as their many other food products for years. When I go shopping for curry ingredients, I always go for East End! Their quality products never let me down. One lucky winner will receive a […]

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Win £125 of Free Range Meat From Farmer’s Choice!

  Back by popular demand!   I wouldn’t be able to write my blog on a regular basis if it weren’t for my great sponsors. Farmer’s Choice is one of the sponsors that has supplied me with top quality meat for my recipes. Their support has made it possible for me to cook a lot more […]

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Spicy Coriander Pesto Naan Pizza

When I was at university I learned to make a coriander pesto pasta. I still make it to this day. It’s cheap and also taste amazing. So it was with that recipe in mind that I decided to make a few coriander pesto pizzas for the family. There wasn’t a crumb left over. This is […]

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Slow Roast Garam Masala Gressingham Duck Legs

This is a recipe I make when I really want to splurge. It is a bit fattening but worth ever calorie. I like to make this with whole duck as well but as I had four duck legs on hand, I decided to use them this time. The slow cooking makes the meat fall of […]

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Mandarin Pancakes

  I’ve been making this recipe for years. Long before I ever tried Indian food, I was a big fan of Chinese food. I must have made it three times a week while at university. Over the next few months I’m going to be developing and writing quite a few Indian/Chinese fusion recipes. These Mandarin […]

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Win A Hundred Foot Journey Goodie Bag

I am really looking forward to seeing The Hundred Foot Journey which is hitting the cinemas on 5 September. It’s and East meets West film with fusion cuisine helping to build bridges. I’ll be reviewing the film shortly here but for the time being, I’d like to offer a special Hundred Foot Journey goodie bag […]

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