A very popular and spicy side dish. Some people prefer to use potatoes that have been boiled and are completly cool.
A simple dish. The recipe consists of a tin of baked beans, fresh coriander, fresh chillies and a mixture of different Indian herbs. The spicy beans go well with roti, in a sandwich, in a bap or as a side dish. An easy dish for those who like Indian food!
A cooling yoghurt side dish that is perfect when served alongside spicy curries. This version includes plump raisins, cashews, almonds and pistachios.
A salty, sweet and spicy marinade made with orange juice, soy sauce, ginger, dried chillies and sesame oil is used to make this baked tofu dish. Serve as a starter, or as a main with stir-fried broccoli and jasmine rice.
This is a very simple, quick and more importantly authentic Indian side dish of grilled aubergine and tomato. Best served with naan or roti. It should have a consistency of, um, well, 'mush' when finished - but it's delicious!
Growing tired of takeaways? Make your own basmati to go with a spicy homemade curry.
You can prepare this flavourful broad bean salad in minutes. It's tomatoes, onion and cucumber tossed with fresh parsley, lemon juice and olive oil. Makes a great, simple, side dish for traditional Middle Eastern meals.
You can modify this recipe to include any veggies you choose. It's a great way to use up leftover rice.
The rice is cooked in chicken stock instead of water to enhance the flavour. Use vegetable stock if you're looking for a vegetarian side dish.
Oyster sauce, fresh ginger, garlic and red chillies add some Chinese inspiration to green beans.