The dictionary definition of ‘curry’ is a dish, originally from South Asia, consisting of meat or vegetables cooked in a spicy sauce. Although this is technically correct, our understanding of the dish ‘curry’ and the wide range of cuisines this can encompass has broadened so much over the last 40 years. Growing up in the UK in the 1980’s, our first ...

Here is a quick, satisfying vegetarian meal. Cut up leftover fresh or frozen vegetables from the refrigerator and stir-fry them with leftover rice. This stir-fried rice gets a nice kick from the curry powder. ...

A spicy and aromatic curry which is delicious and easy to make. You can substitute the tofu with chicken or seafood if you prefer. We find pre-frying the fresh tofu adds a little more flavour and we do this in a dry non-stick pan until the tofu pieces are nicely browned. **Regarding the green curry paste. You can either use ...

Simply potatoes and cauliflower in a masala curry sauce. We learnt to make this on a cookery course in Kerala, Southern India. Perfect served with fluffy rice from your Zojirushi and with a chapati or nan to soak up the sauce. ...

A Chinese dish which was one of our favourites when we travelled around China. You can use chicken, beef or just veg in this dish, they all work equally well! ...

This dish can be as easy as buying the ready made paste from an Asian supermarket or you can make your own paste to add to the coconut milk. This really is cooking at it’s easiest and most delicious! ...