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Archive for the ‘Vegetarian Curry Recipes’ Category


Mildly Spiced Mushroom Biryani

  I love making this recipe and when I do, I almost always use a pressure cooker. The rice cooks in minutes and the mushrooms have the perfect texture. You could of course use my perfect white rice recipe and add it to the rest of the ingredients at the end. That is essentially all […]

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Spicy Paneer Masala Balti

    I really love this curry even though I’m not that crazy about paneer. Somehow, it just seems to work. I tried spicy paneer masala balti just like it for the first time in our local balti restaurant. The chef there is still quite secretive about his recipes so I had to experiment. I […]

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Quorn Balti With Mushrooms and Peas

Another Quorn curry that the family loved [ After being on holiday for almost five weeks, I’ve had to reduce my intake a bit. The problem with going back to America to visit family is that I’m a bit greedy. I cooked a lot for family and friends and unfortunately ate a bit more than […]

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Quorn Keema & Chickpea Aloo Balti

I tried Quorn and I liked it! I was recently sent a box of Quorn products to experiment with. I’d never tried the product before but as I’m trying to eat less meat these days I decided to give it a go. I started with a couple bags of the Quorn mince and this recipe […]

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British Indian Restaurant Favourites – Mixed Vegetable Bhajee

This is one of those classic veggie British Indian Restaurant recipes!   You are going to have to chip in on this one because there really isn’t just one recipe. Vegetable bhajee is quite popular with vegetarians but it also makes a really nice side dish. When done the British Indian restaurant (BIR) way, it’s […]

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British Indian Restaurant Style Pre-Cooked Potatoes

Just another important British Indian restaurant recipe! This pre-cooked potato dish can be eaten on its own or used in other British Indian restaurant style dishes. Serve it as is and it could be a delicious bombay aloo. combine it with my mixed vegetable recipe with a little curry sauce and you’ve got that popular […]

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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Mixed Fried Vegetables

Here’s another British Indian restaurant essential ingredient for you I’ve been meaning to write out all the essential ingredients for British Indian restaurant style cooking for some time. There are so many different ways to prepare your food so that your curries are second to none. Using the freshest ingredients and these recipes, you will […]

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How To Make Chaat

I love chaat as a snack and side dish All over India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, chaat – chickpea curry – is eaten and enjoyed. Often it is eaten by hand or rolled into hot fresh flatbreads. Double this recipe and it could actually be a nutritious main course. Chaat can be eaten hot or cold. […]

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A Healthy Kidney Bean Curry

Kidney bean curry is one of my favourite veggie curries. I believe this is a Punjabi recipe though I’m not one hundred percent sure. One thing I do know is that it’s really good. It reminds my a lot of chili beans which I used to make all the time when I lived in California. […]

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Mozzarella Stuffed Courgette Flowers In A Spicy Tomato Sauce

These mozzarella stuffed courgette flowers are easier to make than they look! This recipe is similar to the Italian courgette (zucchini) flower recipes I used to make as a kid. Back then we had a large vegetable garden and the courgettes grew very well. The California Summer is quite similar in climate to Italy’s so […]

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