Joey cooks up a fish curry with no oil. Fish cooked with tamarind juice, coconut, onions, tomatoes and chillies in a clay pot. Fresh, easy and quick.
Spicy food lovers dig in this red hot chili fish curry recipe. Made in coconut oil with kokum and curry leaves this fish curry is served with boiled rice.
A light curry made with lady fingers, yogurt, coconut, green chillies, curry leaves and amchur.
Pan seared grouper served with gingered carrot puree, cumin flavored potatoes and kairy curry with coconut milk, jaggery and curry leaves.
Chef Srinu from the Southern Spice restaurant shows Aditya Bal how to cook Andhra style chicken curry which is spicy and goes best with steamed rice.
A delicate and flavorsome curry made with the goodness of brinjals cooked in a tangy masala.
A coconut-y curry flavored with spices and tamarind.
A egg curry with three special ingredients - coconut cream, tamarind and poppy seeds, sets this recipe apart.
Traditional fish curry with raw mangoes, served with steamed brown rice.
A deletable sardine fish curry with tamarind, coconut and drumsticks (murringakka). Tempered with shallots and red chillies. Serve with steamed rice. This recipe is absolutely delicious.
Green bird's eye chillies give this curry its colour and heat. Combine with Neil's other recipes to make an Asian banquetThe curry paste in this recipe can be used as a base for a stir-fry. ...
Since childhood, being born in a North Indian Punjabi family, I have been fond of curries - spicy chicken curry or tangy vegetable tangy curry accompanied with rice or a crisp tandoori roti oozing with ...
The Midlands curry will join the illustrious ranks of champagne and Parma ham as holders of European protected food status.
This is my version of my dad's chicken curry which was itself a replica of a Chinese takeaway dish. It's a great way to feed a crowd.
Jamaica's classic curry goat was the reggae legend's choice of wedding day breakfast.
This month, How to Eat fancies a curry. Eat-in or takeaway? Dishes to share or your own main course? Washed down with beer or wine? And does anyone ever have room for dessert?Loosen your belt, ...
The root of the turmeric is earthier than its yellow ground cousin and the taste more complex. Combine with ginger for a fantastic chicken curry.
The great Indian 'kari', which stems from the word for sauce in Tamil, is known to have originated sometime during the ancient Indus civilization. Since then it has travelled beyond boundaries and created many fans ...
The Midlands' favourite curry is heading for legally recognised status, which the government reckons will create jobs and draw in tourists. Even if Madhur Jafffrey doesn't rate it at all. Never mind the Romans, what ...
A major component of turmeric helps the body to fight bacteria and viruses including those that cause tuberculosis. The humble turmeric, a popular spice used in Indian curries, can help you keep infections at bay ...