Aloo Gobi recipe

Recently, one of friends daughter  came to the UK and  spent a few days with me.  She has just finished Uni and works as an English tutor.  As she is very new to this and Read More …

Spinach and Potato curry (Saag Alu)

Spinach and potato curry or Saag Alu is one of Britian’s favourite curry and most people who have takeaways from Indian restaurants will ask for Saag Alu.  This curry is also very popular in my Read More …

Pav Bhaji in Instant Pot

Pav Bhaji is a popular street food where the a mixture of vegetables are cooked using a mixture of spices. The vegetables are are steamed and then tempered with spices, mashed and served with soft Read More …

White and Red Kidney Bean curry with spinach

Its National Curry week next week from the 10-16 October and my blog has lots of vegetarian curries you can create this week.  I am sharing this quick and easy recipe using ingredients readily available Read More …

Basic spices for making Indian food

Today’s challenge by Darren Rowse on the ProBlogger Challenge Group was to create  a piece of content based upon a Frequently Asked Question.  This challenge follows on perfectly from yesterday’s post where I talked about Read More …

Pav Bhaji (Spicy blend of vegetables served with bread)

When Betfair  asked me to create  a recipe inspired by one of the 14 nations in the Cricket World Cup this year – I immediately thought of India as Cricket is so popular in India.   Read More …

Curried Vegetable pie

Creamy and mildly spiced vegetable pie using a handful of this and that….. Some of you will remember that I spent a day at the Waitrose Cookery school. One of the dishes we learnt to Read More …

Oven Roasted Spicy Chickpeas – Garam garam chana

Here’s something for all you Bollywood fans…A song about Chana Jor Garam At one of my cookery lessons, I was showing my class how to make chick pea curry. The discussion led to all the Read More …

Balti Curry

Hurrah for the good old  British curry invention  – the Balti curry As you know, at the moment my passion is my cookery classes.  I am learning so much by teaching adults one evening a Read More …

Punjabi Samosas – To fry or not to fry?

Samosas are available in most places in the world as little triangle pastries filled with a variety of vegetarian or non-vegetarian fillings.  They can be eaten as a snack with a cup of tea or Read More …