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Posts Tagged ‘British Indian Restaurant recipes’


Herb And Spice Stock For That Perfect Curry

Herb and spice stock is really just a bit of extra credit! There really isn’t much you can do with this herb and spice stock on it’s own. It doesn’t taste of much but it sure can make a curry go from good to fantastic. This is especially so with curry house style dishes where […]

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British Indian Restaurant Preparations – Spinach

This is one of those most important British Indian restaurant recipes In almost every busy Indian restaurant kitchen I’ve been in, there is usually a batch of freshly cooked spinach at the ready. This spinach is used in a number of ways. Sometimes it’s added to vegetable bhajee. It is after all a nice addition. […]

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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 Peshwari Naans

This is one of the most popular British Indian restaurant style naan recipes Peshwari naans take some experimentation to get right. I don’t really have a sweet tooth so if they’re too sweet, I just don’t like them. That is of course not the case with many people who love very sweet peshwari naans. Therefore, […]

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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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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Cooked Onion

Prepare your onions just like they do in your favourite British Indian restaurant! British Indian restaurant style cooking definitely requires a lot of forward planning and cooking. From pre-cooking meat to slowly simmering curry sauces, from roasted spice blends to this cooked onion recipe, you’ve got to plan ahead if you want to get the […]

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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) Style Onion Fried Rice

Here’s another popular British Indian restaurant style recipe for you This is another easy one for you. Some might say the recipe is self explanatory but it really isn’t. To get it right, you’ve got to follow a few rules. With all fried rice recipes it is best to use a stainless steel pan or […]

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Mint, Coriander & Mango Chutney

I’m usually quite good and identifying flavours but with this mint, coriander & Mango Chutney I was stumped. Hasan from Hasan’s Restaurant in Leeds served it to me with a selection of tandoori dishes. I got the coriander and mint right but what was that other familiar ingredient? The chutney was quite thick so I […]

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Lamb Kofta Curry With Chickpeas

This is British Indian restaurant (BIR) cooking at its best! I’ve been busy lately visiting some of my favourite Indian restaurants and learning their most popular recipes. Recently I was invited to Hasan’s in Leeds. Hasan, the owner and head chef taught me this lamb kofta recipe. It’s absolutely fantastic! A couple of days ago, […]

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