A traditional Bengali recipe from ” Ammu” by Asma Khan.
Another favourite from Bengal which I found in Asma Khan’s ” Ammu”. With British and Portuguese influences recipes like this would have originated as railway meals for the colonial elite, but later spread to the general public.
A Bengali dish from Asma Khan’s ” Ammu” whicj is served with rice and dal. You need to use standard white potatoes, not new potatoes or floury ones. If you cant find small prawns use larger ones and cut them into 1 cm pieces.
Another easy Thai recipe from ” Dominique’s Kitchen” by Dominique Woolf. You can easily double the quantities to feed a larger gathering.
A Caribbean recipe from chef Andi Oliver which i found in ” The Pepperpot Diaries”
A version of this Bengali favourite from ” Brick Lane Cookbook” by Dina Begum. Serve with basmati rice.
A simple recipe from Asma Khan’s ” Ammu”. Serve with some plain boiled rice.
A tangy seafood curry which is easy to make from Waitrose. If you like the curry base can be prepared in advance and reheated
A special lasagne with Mexican and Brazilian influences from ” Mezcla” by Ixta Belfrage.
Easy and refreshing party nibbles from Ravinder Bhogal.
Stir Fried prawns in a spicy gravy from ” Thali” by Maunika Gowardhan.
A recipe from Nigerian cookbook ” Hibiscus” by Lope Ariyo.
An iconic dish from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen” by Rachel Khoo.
More comfort food from Diana Henry.
A lightly spiced dinner from Diana Henry.