This recipe is from the Australia Women’s Weekly ” Easy Vietnamese Style Cookery”.
A favourite recipe from ” Mowgli Street Food” by Nisha Katona.
This dish in Meera Sodha’s ” Fresh India” is a favourite on the menu of the Thali chain of restaurants in Bristol.
Here’s an old favourite from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Indian Cookery”. Serve as a side dish.
Poultry or meat dishes cooked with fruit are commonly found in the Spanish speaking islands of the Caribbean and indeed throughout Latin America. This practice originated in the Middle East, then spread to Spain when the Moors occupied the Iberian Peninsula. This is from Antigua and can be found in ” The Cooking of the Caribbean” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
An easy lunch or supper dish from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express”. They are great cold from the fridge too, so make a big batch and keep some for packed lunches .
This Thai inspired curry is from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express” and should be served with plain rice or noodles. You can add more coconut milk for a soupier dish , and perhaps toss in some toasted chopped unsalted peanuts if you have them.
A marriage of east and west from Sophie Grigson’s “Country Kitchen”.
This is from Rick Steins ” Coast to Coast”. The curried potatoes are only quite mildly spiced and he suggests serving this as a breakfast dish. You could always serve some Tomato Kasundi alongside.
This is from Delia Smith’s ” Summer Collection”.
An easy and delicious curry from Trish Hillferty’s ” Lobster and Chips”.
A delicious recipe from Anjum Anand’s ” Indian Food made Easy”.
A scrumptious recipe from the Chettiar community in Tamil Nadu which can be found in Madhur Jaffrey’s ” Flavours of India”. Ideally you need to start the day before as the chicken needs to marinate, ideally overnight but for a minimum of 3-4 hours. It is usually served with rice but an Indian bread is also fine.
A simple Hyderabadi recipe from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Ultimate Curry Bible” . Serve with Indian breads or rice.
A recipe for prawns from Goa.