I think have discovered my new favourite comfort food. Spicy, warm and full of flavour, pav bhaji is the perfect dish for the cooler months ahead.
I have a bad cold and I’m trying to spice and vitamin it away. The other night I cooked up a massive pan of lentils and vegetables and doused it in spice and spices. Continue reading “Recipe: Super-Spicy Lentil and Vegetable Curry”
I have a whole shelf of cookbooks. Some have frayed pages, dotted with spots of oil and splashes of sauce or cake mix while others are almost pristine, as if they only joined the shelf yesterday. Continue reading “The Perfect Night In: Curry, Crumble and Cranium!”
I wanted to have Indian for dinner the other night but being a last minute decision, I didn’t have the right ingredients for any of the recipes I came across. So I just based this dish on Indian spices and hoped for the best ! Continue reading “Recipe: Spicy Aubergine and Chickpea Curry”
It’s unlike me to make a mild curry; I’m normally a fan of heat and spice and more heat. But I wanted to try something I’d never made before and when my friend found a recipe for a korma with cauliflower and aubergine, two vegetables I love but have neglected of late, I couldn’t go past it. Continue reading “Recipe: Cauliflower, Aubergine and Green Bean Korma”
One of the foods I miss most from back home in Australia is pumpkin. Here in London, pumpkin is only really prevelant around Halloween and for the rest of the year, its brother fruit, the butternut squash fills supermarket shelves, soup cartons and risottos. Continue reading “Pumpkin and Chickpea Curry”
One of my favourite ways to pare down my over-stocked vegetable drawer is to throw a whole bunch of stuff in a wok and make a delicious spicy Thai curry. I love both green and red curries but tend to cook green more often as it’s not quite as sweet and has a nice ‘kick’ to it. Continue reading “Recipe: Vegetarian Thai Green Curry”