Prawn curry combined with a healthy serving of veg makes a simple and healthy one-pot dinner. The sweet, sumptuous prawns make this easy meal rich enough for a special occasion.
Quick and easy low fat curry to enjoy and make it as spicy as you like in under 30 minutes and all cooked in the same pan.
A very easily made fresh tasting prawn curry with sauteed peppers and onion. Can be made as hot as you like.
This scrumptious curried lamb dish is prepared with everyday ingredients – most you probably have to hand right now – yet you'll be surprised by its authentic flavour. We've used the leanest cut of lamb.
This is my all time favourite curry to make; it's pungent flavour wins me over every time. You can use beef if you like, but it often takes a little longer to cook, so just leave it simmering for another 20 minutes or until the meat melts in your mouth. I also suggest that you make this 2 days in advance as the flavours will develop and the curry will become even more delicious!
Basmati rice and green beans are stirred into roast sweet potato and cauliflower and baked for a one pot vegetarian biryani. Thanks to Cheryl Humphreys for this recipe.
I wanted a quick and easy meal to prepare for the slow cooker which was a tasty and economical treat to come home to. Lamb is cooked tender and tasty with full flavours from Heinz Lentil Soup, curry powder and vegetables. A hearty meal for the family.
Orange and tomato chicken curry. Spicy, tangy and delicious. This one is for all the curry lovers out there.
This is such a tasty curry, no oil is used and everything is cooked in a casserole dish for minimum fuss. Please note! I am a self confessed chilli head, I usually put more chillies in this, but I think three may be on the medium/hot side for most palates so use your own judgement to decide what would suit you and those you are cooking for! I think it is best to use frozen salmon fillets, fresh seems like a bit of a waste, but feel free to tweak away at this recipe. I really hope you like it as much as I do!
This is extremely spicy dish and very popular in South East Asia, especially in Singapore, Malaysia and the Phillipines. There are many variations to this traditional dish, and I'll try to be as close to the real thing as I can with my version. Don't worry, you can easily get the ingredients at any Asian supermarket. Serve with white rice and a big smile.