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Lamb & Chickpea Curry. Method Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a large, deep pan over a medium heat, then add the lamb, spices and curry powder.

Lamb & Chickpea Curry

Cook gently for 15 minutes, or until browned all over, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, peel and finely slice the ginger, garlic and onions. Add the sliced ingredients and curry leaves to the pan, then cook for a further 10 to 15 minutes, or until softened, stirring occasionally. Tip in the chickpeas (and their juice), then crumble in the stock cube.

Seafood Laksa. Recipe by Penny Oliver • Photography by Manja Wachsmuth • Published in Recipes, Noodle, Easy, Malaysian, Laksa Light, fresh, fragrant and nourishing.

Seafood Laksa

I adore laksa and could eat it almost every night. Laksa Paste. Fragrant Spiced Indian Vegetable and Lentil Soup. Recipe by Sarah Tuck • Photography by Sarah Tuck • Published in Recipes, Curry, Soup, Indian, Winter, Recipes, Sarah Tuck, Dinner, Lunch This hearty yet light soup is fragrant with cumin, turmeric, ginger, garam masala and a hint of chilli, it is a fabulously healthy winter treat with a wee bit of naan or roti on the side.

Fragrant Spiced Indian Vegetable and Lentil Soup

The lentils and vegetables pack a fibre punch, and the turmeric is well known for its medicinal benefits including anti-inflammatory properties. The addition of lemon and mint give it a bright note which works well with the mellow curry flavour. Heat oil and butter in a large heavy bottomed pot and fry spices for 2-3 minutes until fragrant. Indian style creamed spinach. I fell in love with a new blog last week, it’s called US Masala.

indian style creamed spinach

Lots of delicious looking Indian dishes with gorgeous photos. Lentil Vegetable Curry - Nadia Lim. Laksa curry paste - Recipes - New Zealand Woman's Weekly. There’s nothing like starting a curry from scratch. oaking your own curry paste is surprisingly easy, not to mention satisfying.

Laksa curry paste - Recipes - New Zealand Woman's Weekly Fragrant Indian-spiced lamb curry » Click here to print Fragrant Indian-spiced lamb curry with chickpeas Serves 4 This lamb curry is wonderfully aromatic and warming – and a great way to use a economical cut of lamb! Fragrant Indian-spiced lamb curry »

The list of spices might look a little long, but you’ll find them all at your local supermarket and I think they should be pantry staples. A curry tastes so much better when you make your own spice blend like this; you get such a lovely depth of flavour. Chicken Saagwala. Every Indian restaurant has a version of this popular curry.

Chicken Saagwala

Don’t be alarmed at what seems like a mountain of spinach in the beginning – it all wilts down to create a rich, tasty curry. One serving of this will probably give you more greens than most people would have in a whole week! Ingredients 3-4 tablespoons oil (e.g. soy, canola) Moroccan Butternut Curry. This is so easy to make and such a delicious hearty vegetarian meal.

Moroccan Butternut Curry

Roasted veg vindaloo with golden gnarly chicken skewers. Method I was cooking with some of the Goan community in Leeds and was interested to learn that vindaloo, a curry famous all over the UK, is actually from Goa but has European roots.

Roasted veg vindaloo with golden gnarly chicken skewers

That part of India was, for many hundreds of years, actually under Portuguese control. It was the Portuguese who introduced vinegar to Goa and put the 'vin' (vinegar) in vindaloo ('loo' was the garlic). With this recipe, you're creating a wonderful standout vegetable curry but then adding a meat kicker for any non- veggies at the table. It's a great one for a mixed dinner party – everyone's happy.

Preheat your oven to 200°C/400°F/gas 6. After 40 minutes, carefully move the hot pan from the oven to the hob. Go back to your curry and mash a few times to thicken up the sauce. Malaysian-Thai Chicken Curry. Malaysian-Thai Chicken Curry A few years back, I stumbled upon a food blog of a fellow Malaysian, what’s more, who hails from the same hometown as me – Kedah.

Malaysian-Thai Chicken Curry

Lisa, is the cook, writer and photographer of the fabulous food blog - From My Lemony Kitchen that I pay my frequent visit. Her blog is packed with many Asian recipes which include Chinese, Malay and also lots of Western recipes! If you could remember, quite a while ago, Lisa has written a wonderful piece of article and recipe: Bihun Sup (Rice Vermicelli in Beef Broth) on my blog. Malaysian Chicken Curry. Chicken Vindaloo Recipe. Click "Like" to Get New Recipes and Updates on Facebook Daily! Chicken Vindaloo Recipe Serves 4-6 | Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 40 minutes Ingredients:

Chicken Korma (Chicken in Rich Yogurt Curry) Ingredients: 1 1/2 lbs chicken, cut into pieces 2 1/2 tablespoons butter, ghee or oil 1 1/2 teaspoons cumin seeds 2-inch cinnamon stick, lightly bruised 2 cardamons 2 cloves 2 bay leaves 4 black peppercorns, lightly crushed 1/2 tablespoon minced ginger 1/2 tablespoon minced garlic Marinade: 1 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 teaspoons Garam Masala 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder 1 teaspoon coriander powder 1 teaspoon cumin powder 1 1/2 tablespoons chili powder or paprika 1 1/2 cups plain yogurt, lightly whipped 2/3 cup fried onions, lightly crushed Method: 1. 2. Cardomom Chicken. My mother makes this quick-and-easy chicken dish by first making her fancy version of masala (tomato and onion spice base), to which she adds some cardamom.

Once the masala picks up the subtle cardamom flavor, she then adds the chicken (murgh) and sautés it until it is done. Masala murgh can be eaten with Indian breads such as Whole Wheat Flatbreads, Oven Baked White Breads or Oven Baked Whole Wheat Breads. It can even be served with Plain Boiled Rice or Rice with Cumin and Peas. Butter Chicken. I am sure you all remember Sukaina from Lick My Spoon who recently shared her naan recipe with us. Today, she is sharing yet another popular Indian recipe that we all love–butter chicken. Butter chicken is often served at Indian buffet restaurants and it’s easily my favorite Indian dish.

I always ask for an extra serving of naan to sop up the creamy and rich sauce of butter chicken. Thanks to Lick My Spoon for her butter chicken recipe. Laksa Recipe. Laksa is a spice-laden noodle dish that is popular in Malaysia and Singapore; it’s a noodle dish that is quickly gaining popularity outside of Southeast Asia because of the scrumptious taste.


Curried Lentil Soup. Once in a while I have to give one of my old (tried and true) recipes a new twist to see what I can come up with. It’s one of my favorite pastimes, which I realize is totally pathetic. 15-Minute Tom Yum Noodle Soup. Veggie korma, Mock cauliflower pilau. Method I always get very excited when I can create massive, delicious flavours in curries without using any meat, and as well as being good for you, it's good for your wallet too. Butter Chicken. Cooking with Cardamom on a Cold Winter's Night. Photos by Adam and Joanne Gallagher, Inspired Taste Start by cutting a few cloves of garlic lengthwise into 4 strips. Vegetable Curry -DK. Tandoori Chicken – An Indian Recipe.

Whether you are absolutely in love with Indian food or are just starting your relationship with it, this is for you my dear. And even if you have no clue about Indian food or are totally intimidated by it, trust me this will make you fall in love. All in all you all are in for an absolutely delicious and easy treat. Today I am sharing with you all one of the most loved dish of Indian cuisine, ‘ Tandoori Chicken ”. Lately I have received lots of email asking me couple of question regarding my preference and views on Indian food, so before I start my recipe today let me try to answer some of the question I am asked repeatedly. Here we go… Chicken Tikka Masala. Curried Lentils and Spinach. Coconut Curry Soup: With Sweet Potato and Roasted Chickpeas by Food Fanatic. In the realm of “creamy” soups, Sweet Potato Soup is my numero uno.

Tomato Bisque can really pique the palate, but sweet potato soup packs an even meaner punch. Without the cream! This coconut curry infused bowl is like going on an exotic trip…to a place where there is nothing but creamy, sweet potato harmony. As far as I’m concerned, sweet potatoes and coconut milk were destined to be together. Coconut Shrimp Curry. Another shrimp preparation I love (see my Spicy Firecracker Shrimp Recipe), is a light and tangy Coconut Shrimp Curry.

Unlike most recipes that are called curry here in the States, this recipe doesn’t use any curry powder.