Make Curry at Home—Save Money, Add Flavor
5 easy recipes that come together in a snap
Curry, an international Friday night favorite among the masses, for all the right reasons. It’s a chance to bring friends and family together after a busy week at work or school, and you can’t go wrong with the comforting tastes of turmeric and coconut milk. After all, the best way to de-stress is to sit around the dinner table and chat with loved ones.
With curries, simple store cupboard staples come together with a range of spices to create vibrant, mouth-watering dishes. What’s more, they taste even better when you don’t have to slave over a hot stove for hours. When it comes to spices, think “friend" not “foe", as a pinch of “this” and a dash of “that” create some truly spectacular flavors. Below, you’ll find some of our favorite, quick, authentic Indian recipes to give you a good grounding in the cuisine that fascinates people all over the world.
This creamy chicken curry is a fail-safe ticket to happiness. With a mix of tender chicken, lemongrass and coconut milk, it’s a simple way to bring the flavors of India into your own home.
Who knew that carrots, lentils and potatoes could taste so good? Enjoy this flavorful Dal with some homemade naan, the recipe for which you can find in our How To section.
Chicken curry and rice, just not as you know it. Try this chicken pilaf as a lighter alternative to Tikka Masala. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Take Meat Free Mondays up a level with our vibrant, vegan sweet potato curry. If you really feel like flexing your cooking muscles, check out our recipe for homemade curry paste and put your own stamp on your meal.
A favorite in many households, butter chicken is the perfect curry for those who don’t like things too hot. You’ll see leftover lunches in a new light if you manage to save any for the next day.
Published on August 6, 2016