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Whether you're craving a curry, dying for dhal or want to perfect your pilau, delicious. has Indian recipes you will love, as well as tips on how to cook authentic Indian and how to make a classic biryani.
These curry recipes are so divinely spicy that choosing a favourite will be nigh impossible. And with five of the Top 10 ready within 30 minutes, you'll have something on the table in a jiffy.
Biryani is an aromatic oven-baked, pilau-style Indian dish with meat or vegetables. It requires overnight marinating to achieve its wonderful flavour but it’s well worth it.
If anyone knows, Cyrus knows; he's proprietor and executive chef of the Café Spice Namasté Group, known for its innovative approach to Indian cuisine.
An Indian-inspired speedy supper, that's low in saturated fat and salt.
This recipe for Murgh tikka makhani, or Indian spiced chicken, has a lovely depth of flavour.
This Indian dish of Maas vindaloo, or Goan spiced pork, isn't too hot despite it being a vindaloo.
This slow cook Indian dish of coconut beef madras is rich and satisfying served with some steamed rice.
This Indian recipe for Gushtaba, or spicy meat balls in a yogurt sauce, is utterly delicious.
Fish and seafood
If your kids are fussy eaters, you can sneak fish into this delightful, family-friendly curry.
This Meen Kolumbu, or tangy tamarind spiced fish recipe, is a nice and spicy Indian dish.
This Indian dish is made from Caledonian staples – salmon and potatoes.
Don't waste time making a traditional kedgeree - this is a quick and easy method.
These pickled prawns illustrate the rich use of marinated flavours used in arid Rajasthan to create a tasty dish.
A flavour-packed spicy supper to see off a chilly evening. Use any curry sauce in this recipe and serve with basmati rice instead of naan, if you like.
Cauliflower and coconut complement each other well in this speedy veggie supper that proves you don't have to sacrifice taste if you give up meat.
This Indian recipe for Masala dal is so quick and easy to make and will please vegetarians too.
Celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, with a vegetarian Indian meal. This is an unusual dish with its mix of curry powder and coconut milk, but it's a light and easy curry to prepare.
You can’t beat this easy English take on a vegetarian curry with spinach and lemon wedges. Cold, it makes a great picnic salad.
Requiring minimum effort, this dish is perfect for a lazy night in. Add lamb if you're not vegetarian.
This healthy, aromatic, oven-baked pilau-style Indian recipe requires overnight marinating but it’s well worth it.
The biryani – baked rice, usually layered with meat – first originated in the Moghul cuisine of the 16th-19th centuries. It was a festive dish, costly to prepare and eaten mainly in the royal courts.
Palak paneer, or spiced spinach with Indian cottage cheese, makes a wonderful veggie starter.
This Indian recipe for Dum Aloo, or sweet and spicy new potatoes, make a delicious snack or side dish.
No curry feast would be the same without Poories – a traditional Indian-style bread. Making this bread recipe can get messy, but also loads of fun.
Try this deliciously different tomato side dish.
A homage to the delicious apples of Shimla, South Asian pickles take no time to cook and offer almost instant gratification.
This easy Indian soup recipe is a cinch to make - after a little preparation you can sit back and let your hob do the rest.
Serve this Indian-style soup with some warm grilled naan bread spread with garlic butter. An ideal recipe to make in advance then freeze.
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