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The secret to many great curry recipes is not to just add water or chopped tomatoes when you need to create a sauce, but to have a pre-cooked “base curry sauce” ready to use.
Any curry chef worth their salt knows the secret of a good curry sauce and here at Curry Culture Towers we want to share this secret with you – here’s a great starter recipe for a good curry base sauce
This lamb karahi recipe (or karai) is a classic Indian curry with tender lamb pieces coated in a beautifully spiced curry sauce. This is a relatively “dry” curry so your sauce should be nice and thick.
It is relatively easy to cook and if you don’t have a base curry sauce available you can use chopped tomatoes.
A delicious vegetarian dish consisting of potatoes (aloo) and cauliflower (gobhi).
Very popular across India and Pakistan with many different variations as additional vegetables are added to give it a different twist. The end product has a yellow tinge from the turmeric in the recipe.
Commonly served as a side dish, you can add peas kale or cabbage to vary the taste.