A simple, light and soupy fish curry from Bengal. It’s from ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan.
A rich and flavoursome curry from ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan. Serve with roti or naan as part of a thali.
A classic Southern Indian Fish curry which I found in ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan. Serve with rice and a cucumber salad.
A speedy supper from Nisha Katona.
This is a popular street food found everywhere in Nepal. It is a direct influence from the Indo- Chinese borders of the country and is usually served with Chow Mein and perhaps Hot and Sour Soup. This version is from ” Ayla” by Santosh Shah.
Another recipe from ” Home Cookery Year” by Claire Thomson. It is very good serve with some vegetarian or meat sausages.
A delicious recipe for summer months from Nigel Slater. If you have fresh beans and peas, use them, but if not frozen work well too. If you like you can serve on top of sliced tomatoes, or toasted sourdough. Or serve some fresh crusty bread alongside.
A summer favourite from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”. It is best served warm rather than piping hot. Serve with a green salad. You can use the same method and switch around the summer vegetables- baked cherry tomatoes, fried squash or blanched broad or green beans will all work well.
An easy snack or dinner from ” Cook As You Are” by Ruby Tandoh.
These smoky and spicy fritters are from ” Cook as You Are ” by Ruby Tandoh. They make an easy lunch or breakfast dish and are loosely based on Jamaican salt cod fitters. Serve with a dressed green salad.
A moreish snack from ” Cook as You Are” by Ruby Tandoh.
A recipe from Nigerian cookbook ” Hibiscus” by Lope Ariyo.
An easy version of this favourite dish from Sat Bains.
Crispy spiced potatoes from Asma Khan.
A tomato curry from Tamil Nadu which i found in Meera Sodha’s ” East”