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  • Biryani

    Biryani - medium

    Oozing Royal opulence, this is a rice dish fit for the Hyderabadi Nizams. Continue reading

  • Bhuna

    Bhuna

    This is a beautiful, simply spiced meal. Bhuna refers to the style of cooking. You could say it’s the Indian equivalent of a ‘confit’ style dish. Continue reading

  • Balti

    Balti

    This tomatoey based dish is probably best known for its origins influenced by North West India, yet rooted in the Midlands of England. Its beautifully rich sauce is pepped-up with whole dill and onion seeds for little flavour bursting sensations, backed by fragrant green cardamom and cloves, all tempered with pungent asafoetida.  Comforting and tingling, it’s brilliant when cooked with lamb or chicken! Continue reading

  • Ansari Gosht

    Ansari Gosht This is our version of the wonderfully spiced, fiery Achari Gosht dish from the north of India. It’s based on my sister-in-law’s recipe with a little help from my brother and me; a family affair! The addition of lime pickle really adds a delicious zesty kick to the dish and a wonderful overall flavour. Delicious with chicken, it works just as well with lamb shoulder (my sister-in-law’s preference), chump chops or shanks….enjoy!  Continue reading

  • Vindaloo

    A wonderfully fragrant, almost sweet, sour type dish from Goa, to the south of India, with a distinct peppery perfume. This region’s cooking is heavily influenced by the Portuguese, so the Vindaloo is more about vinegar (“vin”) and garlic (“alho”) than pure hot, heat. The chillies reflect Goa’s penchant for a little extra kick. If you’d like it a little hotter than we present it here, then simply add some chopped fresh chilli or chilli flakes to dish once it’s cooked, but do try it first!

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  • Vadagam

    This is delicious! Delicate, superbly aromatic, bursting full of flavour. Fresh Tamil spices, creamy coconut milk, lime juice and fresh coriander…absolutely beautiful. Our version of the Tamil  ‘Vadagam’ blend, the locals would tend to use this blend mixed with onions and garlic, then dry the mixture in the sunlight to form a ‘stock-cube’; south Indian style!!

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  • Turkey Delight

    Christmas left-overs? For a delicious way to use up left-over turkey, chicken, ham or beef try this recipe. Delicate, superbly aromatic, bursting full of flavour. Fresh Tamil spices, creamy coconut milk, lime juice and fresh coriander…absolutely beautiful!! Our version of the Tamil ‘Vadagam’ blend. Named by our friend Claire; ‘Turkey Delight’….full of Indian promise!

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  • Rogan Josh

    Our totally authentic version of this well loved, classic Kashmiri dish.

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  • Red Lentil Dahl

    Red Lentil Dahl
    Serves 6 - 8 people very generously

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  • Murgh Tandoori

    Murgh Tandoori

    Serves 4 - 6 people Continue reading

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