Bursting with amazing flavours, love the creamy paneer with tangy sauce.
Our first recipe from the new Curry Legend book and it didn’t disappoint!
Lovely creamy curry. Loads of flavour in this dish definitely makes Cauliflower desirable. Quick and easy to make, could easily be a busy weekday meal.
OMG these are mind blowing. Not only its so easy to make, the are so soft. Looks so professional if you want to impress and goes with variety of curries. Even my little fussy eater loves it, Win win.
Like the balance in flavours, very different from my usual curry. Simple yet elegant.
Loving my new Curry Legend Veg book, you don't disappoint. I am a fan.
Wow this is really good. Enjoyed them with South Indian Sambar and Coconut Chutney. The whole family loved it. We ate more than the recommended portion size so I doubled it for next time
So glad i ordered 3 portions as now out of stock, Sorry. This was a lovely curry, quick, easy and tasty. Better order things quick as once they are gone they are gone.
I had some Trini Geera Pork left and needed some veg. Out came the I Am a Curry Legend Veg Dishes and I found this EXCEPT I had Broccoli in the fridge. Against the spicy pork, the cashew and coconut with the green veg was stunning.Thanks as ever Spicery. Christopher
SO so easy and yet the very best. I added the tomato slices to add colour. I am already looking forward to leftovers tomorrow. Perfectly absolutely amazingly gorgeous. Christopher
Good enough to eat entirely on its own. BUT we didn't have to as the Spicery had given us other things to try. Loved the tangy lemon with the salty dry roasted nuts. Wonderful. Diet next week - OR the week after!!!!
There seemed to be so little to it that I expected it to be a bit bland BUT OH NO the Spicery got it so right again. I included some spinach and that worked but the mildness allowed the tastes to come through. Reminiscent of Veg Curries in North India. Sublime.
The combination of the flavours were just right. I have loved Egg Curries for well over 60 years but this was one of the very best. I will definitely be making this again - and again - and AGAIN
Veggie daughter joined me for Xmas. So Sprout Thoran, Brinjal Bhaji, Carrot Sambal and Kachumber joined a veg pie and gravy to let us drink a bottle of lovely red. We raised our glasses to The Spicery!!!! Thank You for it all.
NYE lunch with friends. Granada, Spain.
Punjabi Chole Bhature, Gutarati Muthiya, Egg & Potato Biryani, Onion Bhajis, Brinjal Pickle & Mango Chutney.
Not enough mushrooms so added some parsnip and a little spinach. Used baby tomatoes for eye appeal. Served with onion & cucumber Raita and lemon rice. This was a free sample but will be cooked again, there is no doubt.
Both dishes are amazing, I adapted the Prawn Dhansak and used butternut squash (instead of prawns) that I roasted first for 30 mins and then added the lemon juice when it came out of the oven (lemon juice used to marinate prawns in the main recipe!)
Brilliant veggie dish and side dishes went down a treat with the whole family.
The broccoli was way past its prime so out came the book, the spices and some coconut milk. 20 mins later a real delight. Thank you so much lovely Veggie Book
Cracking curry night courtesy of The Spicery.
Paneer Tikka Masala, Mushroom Balti, Sag Aloo, Baingan Ka Salan, Coconut Chutney, Onion Chutney and a Mint Raita to help cool things down.
Parsnip Masala Dav (P108) with some left over Roast Chicken and without the Bread Rolls. The first Spicery Recipe using all 4 Mixes at the same time. Tasty, great to look at and perfect in every way. Happy to say there's enough for 2 more meals
Garlic Mushroom Balti (p39), Saag Bhaji (p158) with Lemon & Peanut Rice (p166) all from the Veg Book. What a lovely meal, easy to cook and pure heaven to eat. Enough for 2 days in a row. Thank Yoooooo!!!!
- Garlic Mushroom Balti
- Onion Bhaji
- Mango Chutney
- Garlic and Coriander Rice..
Onion pakora curry with bhature! My favourite so far from Curry Legend.
Easy to follow recipe and absolutely delicious. Really tasty with complex layers of flavours. The whole family loved it, especially followed with the pistachio barfi with chai.
Well not exactly veggie. Sichuan Dan Dan with Courgette and Leek Kadhi (and added tomatoes for colour) served with some bulgur on the side.
The courgettes were made with coconut milk in place of yoghourt and were gorgeous.
Mushroom &Courgette Kadhi (P145) with a red chilli to protect us from vampires and sliced tomato for the eye appeal. As with all the Veg Legend Dishes, it was absolutely scrumptious. None Left!!!
Lamb Balti, Pilau Rice, Bombay Potatoes, Chilli Raita and Cucumber Raita.
At home date night was a success! Pleasure to cook together and eat. Food was full of flavour. Can't wait for the next one.
The Lentils make such a difference and create a dish for the Gourmet.
Serve it with anything and it finishes off any feast. Pure heaven.
Mother's Day Sunday roast with an Fusion twist. Saag Aloo, Green Peas Masala, Summer Veg Subji and a bit of local asparagus in Asparagus Poriyal. Fusion at it's best!!
Palak Dhal (P122), Garlic Mushroom Balti (P39) & Green Peas Masala (P150). I had never cooked any of them before BUT I most certainly will again. They all went well together too.
No Paneer so as suggested used Eggs with the Asparagus Pasanda (P300. Added cream and roasted almonds on the plate. Served it with a delicious Onion Chutney (P220).
what a meal.
Gujurati Dumplings (P96) had too much flour and were solid but the Tomato & Radish Salad (P162) and the Mango Pickle (P212) were total wonders.
Theplas (P182) were mind boggling. How they stay crisp when sauces are poured over (See here with a wee Thali!!!!) I do not know; but the taste was sublime and the crunch ecstatic. Enough dough in the clingfilm for at least another 6. Fab!!!!