This is a traditional recipe for a Garam Masala spice mix. It's used in many Indian dishes. You can make it in advance and store if for a few months in an air-tight container.
I have been making variations of this sauce for years. It is nice and spicy and very simple to make using these ingredients - you can use more authentic ones if you have time. This can be used for almost any meat or vegetable.
This is a very tasty Indian chutney, prepared in moments in the blender. Lemon juice, coriander, green chilli, peanuts and ginger. Serve as a condiment with poppadoms.
Chunky peanut butter, garlic, fresh ginger and coriander blended into an exotic Asian-style dipping sauce or marinade. Great for satay. Use sweetened or unsweetened peanut butter, depending on your preference.
An excellent way of using up the Christmas turkey is to make a delicious stock as the base for this unusual soup.
This aromatic cordial is a great partner to Thai food.
Cooling lassis are traditionally served with fiery Indian curries.
A colourful mixture of rice and flavourings makes a perfect background to any curry.
Infinitely better than buying it in a jar, this is a quick and authentic garam masala spice mix. Garam masala is best when made with whole spices that have been roasted and ground, but this is a quick and easy substitute that comes a close second.
A spicy peanut coriander chutney which can be eaten cold with pitta, samosas, on sandwiches or with roti. Store in the fridge and use within 1 week. If chutney thickens add more yoghurt to thin it out.