A favourite recipe from the Gujerati Parsi community which I found in ” A Taste of India” by Madhur Jaffrey.
This is the liquor for the pickled mooli that accompanies Keralan Fried Chicken. The recipe is from ” Kricket” by Will Bowlby.
A quick and healthy signature version of this favourite street food snack from ” Kricket” by Will Bowlby.
A great combination to which I found in ” Pieminister” by Tristan Hogg and Jon Simon. For a quicker version just buy a bottle of mulled wine.
A delicious side for autumn and winter. It’s from ” The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion” by Keith Abel. It can be made a day or two in advance and be reheated. It also freezes well.
A delicious chutney which goes very well with smoked mackeral among other things. The recipe is from ” The Women’s Instiute Homemade Jams and Chutneys” by Midge Thomas.
A Sri Lankan Curry from Thomasina Miers.
A recipe from Delia Smith’s ” Christmas”.
A warming curry from Ravinder Bhogal.
A good autumn dessert from Nigel Slater.
A creamy and delicious curry from ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan. On special occasions it can be served with a biryani, but it goes well with pilau rice, naan or roti too.
A Bengali Chicken Curry from ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan.
An Iranian lamb stew from ” Sour” by Mark Diacono. Serve with flatbread or rice instead of the cauliflower if you prefer.
Another Scandinavia style mulled wine for the festive season from Diana Henry. Skal!
A very good version of this Scandinavian style mulled wine from ” Roast Figs Sugar Snow” by Diana Henry. Just what we need for this cold weather hitting us in the UK at the moment.