Looking for authentic recipes from India or maybe you fancy having a go at making your own vindaloo, chicken korma, rogan josh or onion bhaji? We have recipes for samosas, channa, sag aloo, paneer, Indian desserts and lassis, too.
This is one I learned as a teenager and now I've started making it again for the dreaded fundraisers! It's simple - the only cooking is melting the coconut.
Layers of dough alternating with the chicken filling to create a savoury parcel. This is best eaten hot, plain or with pink pickled onions.
Everyone asks me for the recipe. It is a great slow cooker meal, too. Ginger, garlic, cumin, cinnamon, turmeric are only a few of the spices used in this chicken and tomato dish. A long simmer develops the flavours.
Here's one of my authentic mutton biryani recipes. Guys and gals enjoy! Let me have your comments.
This spicy Indian dish is full of great flavours, very easy to make and a deliciously warming curry for spice lovers.
Infinitely better than buying it in a jar, this is a quick and authentic garam masala spice mix. Garam masala is best when made with whole spices that have been roasted and ground, but this is a quick and easy substitute that comes a close second.
Add a delicious twist to your lassi by spiking it with cardamom and star anise.
A popular Indian sweet that my friend serves during Deepavali. It's easy to make and I love them.
This is a great Indian roll - kind of like a small burrito - but using paneer and rotis. Chappatis would be an excellent roti to use for this dish.
Breakfast, lunch, tea time and dinner - this popular Indian pancake is available for a meal or snack. As kids we ate it sprinkled with sugar. It's typically served with curry and sambal if you choose to spice it up. This is the recipe shared by my regular hawker.