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An essential, traditional Indian spice blend.
Delicate and fresh, the perfect summer curry!
Making Bank Holiday BBQ plans? Here's our ideas for pleasing everyone at your next al-fresco cook up...
Tamarind is a delicious versatile ingredient, but is it better in block form or as a paste?
Get the best from your courgettes
Need a quick, one-pot curry for a busy weekday night? We've got you covered with our fabulous Saag Gosht and some easy suggestions to make a tasty meal for the whole family.
What is a chilli, and what do they have to do with Christopher Columbus?
Indian fish dishes are still something you rarely see in the UK, which is a shame as there’s such a variety of delicious meals. Every region of India does it differently!
An onion-filled dish from the time of the Moghuls.
How to cook a vegetable curry using any Rafi's Curry Pack.
Kevin shares a perfect spring time recipe for Lamb
Deggi Mirch is used in Indian cuisine as both a spice and to add colour, but what is it?
A Mother's Day meal plan that's sure to show your Mum just how special she truly is!
In celebration of National Butcher's Week, our very own Kevin Fernandez was kind enough to share his Top Tips on how to select the best cut of meat for your meal...
Priya Pickles are a range of traditional condiments, vibrant and delicious!
This Pancake Day, branch out and try a Dosa!
Celebrate Real Bread Week with our four favorite Indian Breads!
Come on everybody, let's spread out (the batter) and do the dosa!
It's cold out there. here are some spicy suggestions to warm your heart this Valentine's day!
The history of the Kashmiri Valley can be traced through its cuisine, here's the Rafi's way to eat like a Mughal emperor...
Learn how to make vegetables interesting, one Monday at a time...
It's Veganuary, but that means losing the meat, not the protein!
Curries are packed with spices that have vitamins, antitoxins, and just taste great! Here are six ways to make your curry even healthier!
What to do with your leftover Christmas turkey.
With Bonfire night behind us and Christmas on the horizon, it can be difficult to get through the darker months, but what’s better to combat the seasonal blues than gathering in a…
What is the difference between an Ambient Curry Pack and a Fresh one? Do you store them differently?
A short history of Chai Masala
Hot, hot, hot OR not, not, not!
At Rafi’s we love cooking, but even we struggle to cook a range of healthy and delicious meals every night of the week on top of work, families, and the ever addictive call of the…
Five ways to create a meal out of your left over Rafi's Curry Packs.
But I never harmed an onion;
So why should they make me cry?
Depending on the recipe, Kala Jira can refer to either Black Cumin or Onion Seed, this is a handy guide to working out which spice to use and when.
Rosewater is a remarkably versatile ingredient that can feed more than your body, it is also great for your skin! Here are three simple uses for rosewater that will leave you…
Ian shares some top tips and recipe ideas for using cumin seeds.
The Madras is one of our most popular curry packs, and rightly so! Here are eight ways to make the most of your Rafis's Madras.
How to get the most from your Tomato Goju Curry Pack.
Bring vibrancy, colour and textures to your mealtimes.
A taste of Indian street food.
We're talking spices (but this time we're sorting them, rather than cooking with them!)
Everything you need to know about the amazing lentil!
A quick guide to cooking different cuts of goat!
Amchur powder, mango powder... What is it and where does it come from?
The four main ways to treat spice in Indian food are to use them whole; grate; dry-roast then grind; or temper: fry in oil. We'll explain how...
What on earth is the difference between yellow, brown, and black mustard seeds?
Make the most of your spice rack and how to store them correctly!
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