A recipe with Persian influences from the Sindh region of Pakistan to serve with rice and pickles of your choice. The souring ingredient is the dried persian lime which you can get in middle eastern grocers or many supermarkets. To use, crack open and discard the black insides and any seeds, then lightly crush the dried pulp. The recipe is from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Ultimate Curry Bible”.
An unusual but delicious dish from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Ultimate Curry Bible”.
A recipe from ” Zaika” by Romy Gill. Use in Samosa Chaat or serve with rice or rotis. You can also make hummus with any leftovers by adding lemon juice and tahini and blending in a food processor.
A very special recipe for Diwali ( or any other time) from ” Zaika” by Romy Gill. Romy has a restaurant in Thornbury near Bristol which has been on my go to list for a while. The story goes that when restaurant critic Grace Dent of the Guardian was asked what her desert island dish would be she said Romy Gill’s Samosa Chaat. I need say no more! If you cannot get Haldiram’s Aloo Bhujia ( try supermarkets or Indian grocery stores) then you can use roasted peanuts. You can also use any vegetable samosas if you dont want to make them yourself.
This is Diana Henry’s slightly tweaked version of Madhur Jaffrey’s Moghlai Chicken.
A recipe from Diane Seed’s ” Favourite Indian Food”
A Bengal prawn curry from Vivek Singh, the head chef at London restaurant THE Cinnamon Club. Serve with some plain basmati rice.
A comforting and relatively mild white curry from Sri Lanka, which i got from Meera Sodha. It will serve two as a main or four alongside other dishes. Serve with steamed jasmine or basmati rice.
A south Indian version of crab curry from ” The cooking of Southern India” by Rafi Fernandez.
An Anglo- Indian dish (which i could very happily eat for breakfast, lunch or supper) from Julie Sahni’s ” Introduction to Indian Cooking”.
A Keralan dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s ” A Taste of India”.
A Keralan dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s “A Taste of India” .
A north Indian dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s “A Taste of India”.
This is from “Madhur Jaffrey’s Cookbook”.
A favourite recipe from ” Mowgli Street Food” by Nisha Katona.