Using leftovers to make a curry on Boxing Day has become a must have tradition across the UK. Any cooked meat or leftover vegetables can be added to the curry sauce to create a delicious, fragrant curry.
As kids we used to call this knobbly bright green vegetable crocodile sabji due to its appearance! It goes under several names; bitter gourd, bitter melon, karela balsam apple, margose and bitter cucumber. Whatever you chose to call it; it is an acquired taste! However cooked just right to get rid of the bitterness makes this a wonderful tasty dish.
Karela is renowned for the amazing health benefits, it’s used in ayurvedic medicine, it’s great as a herbal remedy for lowering sugar levels, an excellent source of vitamins B1, B2, and B3 and rich in iron.
Curry On Cooking Bombay Potatoes are perfect for this recipe as the potato stuffing.
A classic Italian dish but with a Spice Sister spicy twist! Gnocchi is a dumpling like pasta made from potatoes, flour and egg. Polenta, semolina, stale bread and pumpkin can be used to make gnocchi.
Made right these fluffy pillows just melt in the mouth. Sometimes shop bought gnocchi can be a tad chewy, dense and little bland!
Rich in protein these nutty, earthy lentil kebabs are super easy to make. We’ve used carrot and cabbage but other ingridients can be used such as sweet potatoes.
This recipe is designed as a guide. Feel free to make this dish your own. These kits work well in a slow cooker. For an extra zing, shake over roasties, great spirinked on stir fries. Rub into meat or fish before throwing on a BBQ
This recipe is designed as a guide. Feel free to make this dish your own. For an extra zing, shake over roast potatoes, add a punch to a stir fry or rub into fish or meat before throwing on a BBQ.
More than just a curry kit - check out the video - add a bit of sizzle to your summer BBQ!
KEEP KORMA AND CURRY ON!
Not just for wimps!
Pakora pancakes are a healthy take on the Indian classic deep friend pakoras. These savoury pancakes are very easy to prepare and don’t take too long to cook.
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