Recipes

Channa Masala

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Chickpeas make a great vegetarian alternative when you have to cook for meat eaters. The sky is the limit when thinking about what ingredients to add with them, and once cooked they can be eaten hot or cold.

Thai Chilli Ginger Mussels

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Mussels are cheap and available almost everywhere. They taste wonderful with a whole host of flavours but I love them with fiery ingredients like chilli and ginger. 

Cinnamon Carrot Cake

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I’m sure you won’t believe me but these little treats are actually low in fat! They are made using rapeseed oil so they stay moist, and I’ve used half wholemeal flour and half self raising flour to make the cake batter.

Coriander Garlic Chicken

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This recipe is full of my two favourite ingredients; coriander and garlic. My masala is unconventional as I use chicken stock to make my sauce but you can substitute it for water, although it won’t taste as good.

Chocolate Cardamom Torte

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Ending your meal with something chocolatey is one of life’s little pleasures. This recipe brings together two of my favourite ingredients – chocolate and pastry.

Spiced Sea Bass with Chunky Cumin Pea Puree

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A winning combo of pea puree with bass. This is one of my favourite recipes to make mid week as it’s quick and easy to scale up if you need to cook for more than 2!

Seared Sea Bass with fennel & radish

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This is a wonderful dish to have on a summer’s evening, as it isn’t too heavy and it can be ready in under ½ hour.

Caramelised Lamb masala with Spiced Flatbreads

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I love this recipe! Most of the flavour comes from caramelising the meat so cook it low and slow until you get a deep golden brown colour.

Keema Karai

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One of my favourite recipes, this is a wonderful dish to make when it’s chilly outside and all you want is some comfort food.

Chunky Paneer Masala

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Paneer is a hard Indian cheese made from whole milk. It’s not that difficult to make yourself, but it’s even easier to buy it, and it can be found at most supermarkets in the cheese cabinet.

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