We have lots of recipes that use whole coriander seeds, including curry pastes, chutneys and pickling spice blends. Crushed or ground coriander seeds are a flavourful addition to spice cakes and homemade sausages, too!
This is a basic lamb curry recipe that never fails to please. Very easy to prepare with storecupboard spices. Serve with basmati rice and naan for a fantastic curry night.
This is a very versatile Indian curry sauce that can be served as a main course with meats and/or vegetables or as a sauce for dipping or to spice up veggie side dishes. It's great on a jacket potato.
This is an adaptation of tandoori chicken using store-cupboard staples. Marinate the chicken overnight for a deliciously flavourful and tender chicken dish.
Pakoras are a quick and simple treat that will delight the tastebuds and your guests alike! The onion bhaji is probably the closest thing many people will have tried to the pakora. My mum would make them on a weekend to have with mid-morning or afternoon tea, yum!
Use this special lamb spice rub for lamb dishes for a little extra kick and flavour for the meat. This rub should be adequate for about 2kg of meat.
Pumpkin and sweet potatoes are roasted with a blend of spices, then puréed and combined with chicken stock for a smooth and luscious soup. Garnish with diced bacon, crème fraîche, yoghurt or basil leaves.
A mildly spicy casserole of sweetcorn, butterbeans and shredded chicken thigh meat. Preparing the chicken thighs may seem like a lot of work, but is definitely worth it. If necessary, substitute breasts and simmer for a shorter time.
An aromatic and authentic Jamaican curry powder without chilli, which should be added separately to any dish. For authentic Jamaican flavour, Scotch Bonnet chillies are typically added to most spicy recipes. You can also use ground versions of any of the spices here, but for better flavour start with whole.
This dish has a unique flavour, and by varying the amounts of sugar and chilies a whole range of effects can be produced. Serve over rice.
This traditional madras sauce can be added to any meat or vegetable to give an authentic madras dish.