Welcome to the wonderful world of chillies! Can YOU feel the heat?

The last couple of weeks Britain has had the perfect weather for growing the much loved chilli! Say hello to the five domesticated species of the genus Capsicum: Capsicum annuum: The most common domesticated species; includes sweet peppers and the majority of garden grown chillies Chinense: Generically known as ‘habaneros’; includes the hottest chillies ever […]

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Jul 30, 2014
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Win a copy of Anjum Anand’s latest book Anjum’s Quick & Easy Indian

Anjum’s Quick & Easy Indian is a collection of 80 recipes inspired by Indian flavours and spicing, showcasing Anjum’s evolving tastes with the use of surprising ingredients such as chorizo and ricotta and the inclusion of other cuisines. Anjum demonstrates how to create a delicious meal in just 20 minutes, provides tips on stocking your […]

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Jul 25, 2014
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Keep up your routine jobs in the garden!

If we have encouraged you to grow your own Indian curry recipe ingredients that’s brilliant, or if you have your  own regular garden here are some tips for you.  We’ve had some really sunny days lately perfect for spending extra time out doors! Do’s & Don’ts! DO…  Water your veg regularly. The morning or evening […]

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Jul 22, 2014
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ASK CHEF! WIN A CULINARY TRIP FOR TWO!

Do you have a question about cooking spicy food? Chaat! Your Curry Magazine’s team of chefs at the Duchess of Delhi are on hand to help! Cooking with spices can often be a tricky business, even for the most experienced of cooks! Whenever we have a query about a recipe or an ingredient, we’re lucky […]

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Jul 18, 2014
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Haute Dogs – with Wasabi

Food magazines and books come up with some varied content but this is one we like at Chaat! You’ve probably noticed the rise in trendy new street-food recently; old classics given a twist by innovative young chefs. Haute Dogs is a perfect example of this; throughout the book its Texan author, Van Kraayenburg demonstrates his […]

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Jul 17, 2014
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Goat’s Cheese, Beetroot and Papaya Chutni Tartlets

The Spice Tailor Chutnis are authentic  in flavour and based on regional favourites, but are so versatile that they can be used to create delicious fusion dishes.  Here’s a recipe idea to get the most out of The Spice Tailor Green Papaya Chutni. Indian spice recipe   Goat’s Cheese, Beetroot and Papaya Chutni Tartlets   Serve […]

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Jul 16, 2014
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RECIPE: Authentic Indian Korma

Korma is quite literally the curry of kings! Originating from the expensive tastes of Indian Mughals, this rich and creamy Indian curry recipe dish is the height of indulgence and decadence! And with that information to hand, you need never be at the mercy of teasing when ordering a korma! You can re-create your own lavish, […]

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Jul 15, 2014
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Give your barbecue something to be excited about this summer….

“INJECT SOME ZEST TO YOUR BBQ WITH SPICE RUBS TO ENHANCE YOUR FOOD TENFOLD!” www.JustIngredients.co.uk offering 15% discount to our readers code CHAAT15 THERE’S THE SUN! Quick, dust off that barbecue, and get grilling! Us Brits love nothing better than a BBQ in the (rare) sunshine filled days. If, like us, you’ve become bored of the same old burnt […]

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Jul 09, 2014
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RECIPE: Lemon & Paprika Crusted Cod with Rosemary & Garlic Roasties

The potato is an interesting vegetable, isn’t it? Actually, perhaps that’s the wrong way to start. After all, I don’t think there are many of you who would apply the adjective ‘interesting’ to the humble tuber. Filling, perhaps. Bolstering. Comforting. Blandly starchy. But probably not interesting. What I meant by ‘interesting’ is that it’s curious […]

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Jul 04, 2014
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A TASTE THAT’S REALLY INDIAN

Fine quality ingredients in a meal full of flavour usually results in spending a long time on preparation, right? Wrong! Really Indian was thought up by Sharon Rauth in 2011, who was appalled by the use of additives and the lack of texture and taste in shop-bought ready made cooking sauces. Sharon and her husband […]

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Jul 03, 2014
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Coriander: The icing on the curry!

The fresh fragrant leafy coriander we all know so well in Britain on our Balti dishes as a tale to tell! The variety we see mostly in Britain is Coriandrum Sativum sometimes called Chinese parsley was said to be introduced to Northern Europe by the Romans and Cilantro which is less popular. The Romans don’t […]

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Jul 02, 2014
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CAN YOUR KITCHEN MAKE YOU CASH?

Six Simple Steps to Feng Shui Your Kitchen Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice of arranging objects and furniture in a certain way in compliance with the flow of healthy energy called chi, resulting in a balance of ying and yang and ultimately leading to harmonious surroundings. Feng (meaning wind) and shui (meaning water) […]

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Jul 02, 2014
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