Celebrate the Hindu festival of lights with our delicious Diwali recipes. We have loads of festive Indian fare for your Diwali celebrations, including extra-special curries, moreish nibbles and Indian desserts.
A traditional Indian sweet made with desiccated coconut, almonds and condensed milk! No boiling water and sugar or use of a sugar thermometer in this recipe!
Using your grill is a great way to make naan. This naan recipe is deceptively easy! You can choose to make garlic naan or plain naan. Enjoy with your favourite curry!
A healthier alternative to the deep-fried onion bhajis you find in Indian restaurants. These are baked and exceedingly tasty. They are sweet, tender and very moreish. Serve as an appetiser or starter.
Chickpeas are simmered in a fragrant and spicy curry sauce and garnished with fresh coriander. Serve with rice for a great vegetarian midweek meal.
There are a hundred different ways to cook chicken curry, but Bengalis (from the eastern part of India) make something called Kosha (or kawshaa) which is very good with either rice or any kind of flat bread. This recipe is called moorgi kosha (or chicken kosha), but my friend Jennie calls it Chicken Chicken Curry!