Tag: curry

Cauliflower & Red Cabbage Dahl

Cauliflower & Red Cabbage Dahl

This is a bowl of nutritious goodness that is great for days when you feel like you have over indulged and are in need of something healthy. It is filling and balanced enough to be served on its own but can be bulked out with 

Thai Pumpkin & Fish Curry

Thai Pumpkin & Fish Curry

I do love a Thai curry. It’s amazing how many different vegetables work really well in one. This uses pumpkin, kale and green beans. The key is to cook the pumpkin long enough that it starts to soften and absorb the flavours of the coconut 

5 of my Favourite Curry Recipes

5 of my Favourite Curry Recipes

This week is national curry week. So to celebrate, I’m compiling 5 of my favourite curry recipes. However, first off, let’s answer a simple question, what is a curry? The term curry encompasses a vast array of dishes originating from the Indian subcontinent, including countries 

Pumpkin & Chard Dopiaza

Pumpkin & Chard Dopiaza

Dopiaza means double onions and refers to a curry that contains at least 2 types of onion. Each type are added at a different stage and so bring additional taste and texture to the finished dish. In this case, red or white onion, depending on 

Egg Curry

Egg Curry

I’ve never thought to put egg in a curry before, but last week when looking for recipe inspiration, I came across one on BBC Good Food that caught my eye. I swapped the spinach for kale, as that is what I had in my fridge 

Curried Chicken & Mango Rice

Curried Chicken & Mango Rice

This recipe is a cross between a curry, a biryani and coronation chicken. The combination of ingredients, curry powder, chicken, peas, rice and mango quite often feature in a typical coronation chicken salad and also are included here. However I lose the creamy calorie laden 

Lentil, Spinach & Sweet Potato Dahl with Fish

Lentil, Spinach & Sweet Potato Dahl with Fish

A well cooked dahl is a wonderful thing. It is both comforting and nutritious, while also being fairly simple to make. The key is to ensure that the red lentils are cooked long enough that they soften and lose there shape. It is not a 

Indian Cookery Course with the RNIB

Indian Cookery Course with the RNIB

Last weekend I went along to an exciting new project launched by some volunteers as part of the RNIB, a charity aimed at supporting people living with sight loss. It was an Indian cookery lesson, run by a lady called Kim Jaye, who like myself 

Curried Broad Bean, Cabbage & Courgette

Curried Broad Bean, Cabbage & Courgette

This dish is kind of a cross between a stir-fry and a curry. It is fairly spicy, so adjust the seasoning if you prefer. Its really simple to make. If you prefer, you can make without the chicken to keep it vegetarian. Most curry dishes 

Jamaican Chicken & Mango Curry

Jamaican Chicken & Mango Curry

I’m becoming obsessed with cooking chicken and mango together. The enzymes found in mango help to break down proteins and so result in the chicken being wonderfully tender and moist. Its surprising how many different meals I can sneak it in to. When making this, 

Ingredient of the Week: Basmati Rice

Ingredient of the Week: Basmati Rice

Rice is a staple grain found all across the world. There are several different types including basmati, jasmine, long grain, short grain, sushi, risotto and wild. This week I will focus on basmati, as this is the most common grain of rice I use in my 

Turkey & Cauliflower Biryani

Turkey & Cauliflower Biryani

A biryani is a traditional Indian rice dish containing spices, meat and vegetables, cooked in a thick stock or gravy, over a low flame, for a long time. This recipe is definitely not a traditional recipe, but my speeded up and easy interpretation of the