Not strictly anything to do with curry (although they make a very acceptable Samosa Pie) but I wanted to give a shout out to the people who make these fantastic pies. I moved to Yorkshire a little over a year ago and was lucky enough to find them online. We’ve since ordered 3 or 4 times (they sell in packs of six) and have tried pretty much every pie they have. I would recommend a taster box is they way to go, they cater for all, both meat eaters and vegans / vegetarians. I am happy with either so would say my personal favourites so far are the Steak and…Read the full story
It’s always nice when someone gives you a present, so today my friend Gary brought in some of his homemade Scotch Bonnet & Mango Sauce. So we immediately hot footed it off to Lily’s to buy some of their excellent samosas to give it a taste test. Here’s what we thought: WOW – you certainly get a kick from the Scotch Bonnets but this is well balanced by the sweet mango making this a perfect dipping sauce with the samosas. It doesn’t have that overly sickly sweet taste that some mass produced sauces have, but a clean, hot taste and pours easily from the bottle. So it’s a great sauce,…Read the full story
So a few days ago I was asked to give some comments on Nadiya’s Simple Spices by the team at BBC’s Points of View. I must have talked a load of rubbish because I didn’t make the programme but more importantly I did buy the recipe book! Anyway enough waffle, here’s what I thought of the programme (I’ve not cooked any recipes yet). “Nadiya’s Simple Spices” is a delightful and educational television program that brings a fresh perspective to the world of cooking with spices. Hosted by the talented and charismatic Nadiya Hussain, this show is based on the premise of her personal “art masala” spice mix and demonstrates the…Read the full story
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