Lamb Kofta Kebabs

Lamb Kofta Kebabs

This recipe is a not directly an Indian dish as it is popular across a wider area, however lamb koftas are certainly one of our favourites and this recipe comes to you courtesy of Opies and is easy to prepare and is ideal for a lighter meal, or eating out doors.
Not too spicy but still with plenty of interesting flavours we love a biryani and this version adds a nice lemony twist that you can very depending on your own personal tastes.

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Lamb Rezala

Lamb Rezala Recipe

Lamb / Mutton Rezala,  a creamy, nutty Mughlai recipe courtesy of Guest Chef Ed Holston

Whether you use lamb or mutton, this creamy, nutty rezala recipe takes all the best bits of Mughlai cuisine, including cashews, fragrant spices and subtle sweetness, and throws in a whole load of butter and a rare punch of chilli. It really is everything a curry should be and more!

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Lamb Rogan Josh

Lamb Rogan Josh

This Lamb Rogan Josh Recipe,  courtesy of Guest Chef Ed Holston, takes the takeaway and restaurant  favourite, and elevates it to a whole new level. 

This dish has a lot in common with its neighbours from elsewhere in the North of India. It’s rich and meaty, salty and very comforting. As well as being subtle in all the right ways to showcase its depth and breadth of flavour.

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Lamb Rogan Josh for Slimmers

Curry for slimmers

We are often asked “what’s a good curry for slimmers?” This for me is a slightly mis-leading question as many curries are not fattening, it is often all of the items you eat alongside them that can make the meal less healthy.

Anyway enough preaching, here’s a great Lamb Rogan Josh recipe from Debbie Robinson of Slimming World and this shows you how with a few tweaks to the ingredients and cooking method you can enjoy a curry and still stick to a healthy eating plan.

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Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi Recipe

This mango lassi recipe is a bit of a quick fix for those who can’t get hold of fresh mangoes.

Mango lassi is a well known drink from India and Pakistan and is popular worldwide. It can be made with or without additional sugar.

Here is the (very easy) recipe , courtesy of our guest blogger Spice and Curry.

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Masala Chicken Wrap

Masala Chicken Wrap recipe

Looking for something to eat for lunch? Well look no further, we have the perfect recipe for you, courtesy of guest chef Anjali Pathak.

Anjali has been passionate about  food and cooking since her earliest childhood – after all she is part of the Pathak family (yes that Patak family – they dropped the ‘h’ in the 50’s).

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Mee Goreng Ayam

Mee Goreng Ayam

This is a simple Malaysian style recipe by one of our Guest Chefs, Norman Musa of Ning.

Norman is on a mission to spread the word about Malaysian food across the country and the whole of Europe and he suggested this recipe to us as a good introduction to Malaysian Cookery.

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Mughlai Paratha

News has reached us here in Curry Culture HQ of a new fast-food chain in Dubai with a rather different take on curry accompaniments. Curry and Toast serve all sorts of curry with, you’ve guessed it, toast – it sounds like a student’s culinary heaven.

Of course, it’s definitely not a traditional side dish and you’re unlikely to find it in any restaurant this side of the United Arab Emirates.

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Mushroom Masala

Mushroom Masala

Mushrooms have a wonderful savoury and meat-like quality – perfect for adapting to any kind of dish as a meat alternative!

Along with enjoying so many different varieties, mushrooms are economical, nutritional and flavoursome, so it’s no wonder their popularity has mushroomed into a whole month of celebrations.  

Here’s our Mushroom Masala recipe.

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Nawabi Chicken Korma

nawabi chicken korma

Our guest chef recipe today is from Shah Malek who is the chef director of Rivaaz Lymington and Thali Ho Indian Kitchen.

He describes this dish as “The original Chicken Korma. This is the dish that has been adapted to make the Korma that is served in so many of the Indian restaurants up and down the country. It’s delicious with any breads or rice and is perfect for kids too!”

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New Chakra Curry

New Chakra Curry

Have you ever thought about mixing chocolate and curry?  No?  That’s exactly what two young chefs from Sherbone  have done.

Innovative chefs Dominic and Bella have unlocked the secret of the ultimate teenage curry ideal for Diwali or “festival of lights”, one of the most important festivals for Hindus.

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Pan fried spicy beef steak

Pan fried spicy beef steak

A great recipe for spicy meat lovers

Recommended by the head chef of the Calcutta Brasserie in Milton Keynes,  Saj Khan. This recipe shows us how to make pan fried spicy beef steak served with fresh vegetable mash and chilli paneer-Indian cottage cheese.

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