South Indian-Inspired Vegetable Curry

I am fascinated by flavours of southern India…the cuisines of different parts of India vary immensely. South Indian food isn’t a taste that I have necessarily grown up with but it is one that I now enjoy. I once went to a restaurant and got a Chettinad chicken curry…it had that distinct flavour I associate…

Chicken Tikka Masala with Potatoes

Now a tikka masala isn’t an ‘authentic’ Indian dish, it’s one that was adjusted and tailor-made for a different palate. The addition of things like double cream make it a lot milder (and more unhealthier…). This curry is more tomatoey, creamy and milder than my previous post. I have decided to upload this recipe because I…

Chicken Curry

This is my standard chicken curry recipe; it could be a base for you and you can amend to your liking. If you want to add vegetables or add a flavour like coriander for example it is up to you. Also, it can be made as hot or mild as you want…I would usually top it…

Butternut Squash Sweet and Spicy Curry

This is a quick and easy curry – it has a sweeter sauce so you need to decide whether that is something that appeals to you. If not, just omit the honey and it will take away the sweet edge. I added prawns to the curry (just because that was all I had) but I…

King Prawn Curry Soup

This recipe can be altered to your tastes. With coconut milk, there is sometimes a solid white part and the watery coconut water – these can be separated inside the tin. Therefore, if you prefer it to be thicker curry then put only the solid part of the coconut milk, i.e. the creamed coconut bit….

Spinach and Paneer Curry

Indian curries can be chopped and changed to individual tastes; if you like your curries hotter (like me!) feel free to add another spoon of chilli flakes or if you prefer less salt amend according to your tastes. Also, if you don’t have green chillies, you can just use chilli powder. Moreover, when you are chopping…