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Posts Tagged ‘Indian food recipes’


Peshawari Lamb Chops

  On a scale of one to ten, these Peshawari lamb chops are a perfect 10! I’ve been wanting to try this recipe for quite some time but somehow work and/or diet always got in the way. In the end, my son took over and cooked for the family. Nice one! The first time I […]

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Pan Seared Halibut With Spinach and A Spicy Tomato Sauce

This is one of my favourite halibut recipes. Halibut is the one fish I can’t resist. I love seafood but there’s something special about halibut. It’s a real pity it’s so expensive. Last night I decided to dig deep into my pockets and brought home some halibut to make this quick and easy dish for […]

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Rose Veal Rogan Josh

Rose veal is so flavoursome and easy to cook into curries Having Alternative Meats as a sponsor has meant being able to experiment a lot more with meats not normally found at the supermarket or even good butchers. Here is another of my rose veal recipes that I think you spicy curry fans are going […]

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Peppered Monkfish Cheek With A Chorizo & Garlic Sauce

Monkfish cheek is so tender and nice to cook with Have you ever tried monkfish cheek? You might be surprised how good it is. It’s also very quick and easy to cook making it perfect for lunch or a family meal after a long day at work. I picked up a few monkfish cheeks from […]

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Tandoori Pigeon

Tandoori pigeon is such a nice alternative to boring old chicken So many people are missing out on great tasting game. I’ve met a lot of people who refuse to try anything that they can’t find at the supermarket. Luckily some supermarkets are now introducing game but the best is found at good online and […]

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10 Hour Spicy Roast Shoulder of Lamb

This roast lamb shoulder can also be done with leg of lamb. This recipe brought back memories of growing up for me. Ten hour slow roasted lamb was a family favourite though my parents cooked it with Italian spices. The meat is so tender. The version in our family cookbook calls for leg of lamb […]

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Lamb Shanks With A Spicy Garam Masala Sauce

These lamb shanks are melt in the mouth gorgeous! Personally I love cooking lamb in wine. A nice red wine adds so much flavour that is absent in a lot of Indian recipes. So I decided to experiment with this one. Knowing that India is now producing some very nice wines, I don’t think many […]

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Dutch Bitterballen With A Spicy Indian Touch

  Love bitterballen? Wait ‘til you try these babies! Have you ever tried bitterballen? My wife and I just returned from a short holiday break to Amsterdam and they were being served in almost every bar. Bitterballen aren’t very good for you but perhaps that’s why we liked them so much. Go ahead and splurge […]

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Rabbit Curry

This rabbit curry was so good and easy to make! Personally I think rabbit meat is one of the most underused meats there is. Until recently, my wife refused to try a dish with rabbit in it. It wasn’t until a neighbor told her how good it was and that his family ate rabbit weekly […]

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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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