Indulge in your very own takeaway and shrink your waistline, not your pockets! We have gorgeous recipes for Indian curries, sweet and sour chicken, biryani, shawarma and lots more, which are fun to make at home.
There is nothing quite like authentic Indian food prepared using a traditional recipe. This dish is a must for those of you who enjoy a good old curry. You can cook this curry in the morning and leave it to infuse through out the day to make it even more delicious.
A delicious but simple fruity curry recipe. Serves two hungry people.
This is the recipe you've been looking for! It makes a perfect sesame chicken. This excellent recipe comes out perfect every time with little fuss and inexpensive ingredients you probably have on hand. This recipe is truly restaurant quality... try it, you won't be disappointed! ( The sauce recipe is courtesy of "Reykjaviky" at Allrecipes.com)
This is simply simple! Some people confuse chow mein with stir fry and add lots of veg, but chow mein is a noodle dish and should be kept very simple but tasty. This does just that . . . no more trips to the takeaway after you try this seriously authentic dish!
A very popular takeaway especially after a night out at the pub. This favourite is so, so tasty - I'm sure once you try it, you'll certainly want to make more!
Just like my local takeaway - complete with pineapple chunks - this sauce takes a matter of minutes and goes great on a stir fry, with chicken or pork balls, over chips or served with white or fried rice. It is also very easy to adjust to your own liking, and uses very few ingredients!
This is a very impressive and tasty chicken dish, the next best thing to takeaway chow mein!
This light, creamy curry makes a luxurious meal served with a basmati rice. Make it as mild or spicy as you like.
A great recipe and simple to make. Customise it to your own preferences and enjoy!
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!