We've given The Curry House a makeover for the launch of my new cookery book, Quick Meals from The Curry House.
It's not only the book that's new. There's a whole bunch of recipes appearing on The Curry House public area for the first time. I'm showcasing some recipes from my previous book, introducing my recipes for Thai Green Curry and Beef Rendang and exploring some curry recipes that are over 100 years old.
update, 29th January - recipes for the popular restaurant starters, Murgh Chat (chicken) and Aloo Chat (potato), are now available as free recipes. The recipes and my recipe for Chat Masala are from my previous book. Look out for more free recipes coming soon.
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My new book, Quick Meals from The Curry House, contains over 50 recipes for making Indian restaurant-style meals at home. Most of the recipes can be made from scratch in under an hour.
The book has collections of recipes for House Specials, Curry House Favourites, Tandoori-style Dishes, Vegetable Bhajis, Rice, Breads and Relishes. The recipes make dishes that bridge the gap between restaurant meals and supermarket ready-meals.
Now that I have written a new cookery book, I have decided to showcase some of the recipes for replicas of Indian restaurant dishes from my previous book, The Curry House Cookery Book.
Recipe features - our Summer Sizzler spicy barbecue recipes, recipes for my Thai Green Curry and Indonesian Rendang, home-style recipes from Andhra Pradesh and other spicy features.
Recipes from the Raj - recipes from my collection of Anglo-Indian cookery books dating from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Discover how the Brits liked their curries over 100 years ago.
Party sized recipes for 8 or more. Recipes designed for large numbers. Avoid the hassle and unpredictability of scaling-up recipes meant for 2 or 4 people.
We are gradually updating the whole Curry House website. Until we finish, you may still see our old logo and the old look on some pages. This is most likely to happen if you came here via a search engine to what is now a disused page.
Also, none of the old "UK Curry Scene" section has been updated yet. Please bear with us. I'm working as fast as I can but it's a massive task!
Lamb chops with ginger. Lamb chops are not a common sight on the standard curry house menu and more's the pity for that. You will need to go to a restaurant offering authentic South Asian cuisine to taste the delights of spicy lamb chops.
Alternatively, you can make lamb chops with ginger yourself from the recipe in Quick Meals from The Curry House.