Indian, Pakistani & Bengali Recipes
Haleem

Haleem

Haleem is a wonderfully creamy, spicy and very nutritious dish. The ingredients are simple, but to make a good haleem takes time and a lot of Tender Loving Care!

Halwa Poori Cholay

Halwa Poori Cholay

This is it! The classic Pakistani breakfast of Halwa Poori Cholay. Why do I seem to have such trouble with the word “Cholay”??? I thought you might like to hear the theme tune in full… Phwlwlwlwlwlwlwl!!!!

Karahi Chicken with Mint

Karahi Chicken With Mint

A delightful stir-fry style dish of chicken with fresh mint, coriander and ginger flavours. Mouth-watering!

Keema Curry

Keema Curry

Keema curry is another simple and delicious way to cook mince. It’s a meal in a pan and reminds me of a spicy cottage pie. Except it’s not a pie. And it has nothing to do with cottages.

Keema Naan HD

Keema Naan

Stuffed naans are a delight to eat, and keema naan is definitely my favourite!

Khara Masala Balti Chicken

Khara Masala Balti Chicken

This is a quick and easy Balti curry which uses whole spices (khara) rather than ground spices. It’s a hot little number – reduce chilis if you want – and quite a dry curry so is best eaten with a simple raita and garlic chapati.

Kheer HD

Kheer

Do you hate rice pudding? You’ll LOVE this! The recipe was shown to me by a lady in Lahore on a recent visit.

Kofta curry

Kofta Curry

Kofta (meatball) curry is a particular favourite of mine. This version is nicely spiced without being too hot. I prefer to eat this with naan or chapatti rather than rice. Enjoy!

Desi Lamb Chops

Lamb Chops Desi-Style

I’m not a great fan of lamb chops, but this way of doing chops is well worth trying for an appetiser.

Lamb Dopiaza

Lamb Dopiaza

Dopiaza (Do – two, Piaza – Onion) refers to the addition of onions at two stages during the cooking and, coincidentally, this recipe uses two onions!

Lamb Korma

Lamb Korma

Curries don’t always have to be spicy. This Korma is gentle on the taste-buds but full of flavour.

Lamb Madras

Lamb Madras

Lamb Madras is quite a simple curry to make. Even so, it should have complex flavours and a rich, thick gravy. Lamb Madras is one of my favourite curries!

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