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Get perfect plain boiled rice with this simple recipe.
Chapatis are prepared daily in most Indian homes. They are best eaten as soon as they are cooked although they can be kept…
The most refreshing drink to accompany any Indian meal, and it's extremely easy to make.
Our take on chutney from the Andhra Pradesh in central India, Made with peanuts, onions, garlic and spices. It is very…
This recipe for famous South Indian pancakes was one of Rafi’s personal favourites, and we hope you will like it too!…
Switch up your Autumn side dishes and deliver this sweet and sour dish to your dinner table.
A sweet and sour chutney which complements our dry side dishes with it's soft, sticky texture.
This fresh chutney is really quick to make and has a super crisp and vibrant flavour. Great for dipping your Bhajias in or…
This pickle really packs a punch! It’s a very traditional recipe, balancing savoury garlic, sweet coconut and…
Perfect for mixing into a whole plate of food, popping onto the side of a curry or putting in a simple sandwich!
The perfect garnish for any coconut flavoured curry.
This recipe makes a refreshing and exciting accompaniment to a curry. It has everything we look for in a dish. It's…
A hot condiment to perk up any food.
Simple recipe for a savoury yoghurt drink.
An easy-to-make prawn pickle.
A recipe from Rafi's 'Indian Vegetarian Cookery' book, 1986.
Ian's recipe for a fresh yoghurt salad.
Garlic + lemon + paprika + yoghurt = YUM!
Simple curd cheese, perfect for curries.
Lee recently went to India, so here's a fantastic rice recipe from his cookery guru Laxmi!
Soft naan breads made with yeast.
A simple coconut chutney to serve with dosas.
Sticky coconut rice, perfect for Thai curries.
Sweet and sour tamarind chutney, a very common accompaniment to samosas and bhajias.
Delicious punch that may be served hot or cold. White wine or brandy can be added to taste.
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