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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) style curries have a large and enthusiastic following across the UK as curry lovers aim to reproduce their favourite restaurant dishes at home.
This is a great style of curry cookery and you can get some great results, but you usually need some preparation before hand to make some of the ingredients such as curry base sauce.
There’s been more written about chicken tikka masala, and the right recipe for it, than I suspect any other curry in the UK and perhaps even the world.
Everyone has their own opinion and many purists hate the very idea that this dish exists. For many restaurant and takeaway customers it is the go to meal when ordering a curry and I have several friends who eat nothing else in a curry house.
British chefs took their version of curries back to India. But did the British curry prove a hit with those used to the real thing?