Lamb massaman curry is a wonderfully easy & delicious slow-cooked curry, my version features potatoes, shallots, peanuts, mint & Thai basil.
I have always loved takeaway food, I’ve never eaten them regularly but there is something so special about getting something different delivered to your door. What’s even better is making them yourself and on many occasions it is quicker to make them at home than it is to wait for the dude on the moped!
Chicken dopiaza is an ever-popular dish on the menus of British Indian curry houses, it’s a relatively mild curry defined by lots of onions.
Beef in black bean sauce with onions and green peppers is a classic British Chinese takeaway dish that is quick and easy to make at home.
Kung po or pao prawns is a wonderfully spicy Chinese takeaway favourite that fizzes with Szechuan pepper and is easy to cook at home!
Buttermilk fried chicken burger, perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, served with chicory slaw and chipotle mayonnaise.
Homemade chip shop curry sauce is the perfect way to fake up a trip to your favourite chippy, it’s quick, easy and all sorts of delicious!
Chip shop style fried fish is easy to make at home, the batter contains just 5 ingredients & it is gloriously crispy, just add salt & vinegar.
Singapore chow mein, a takeaway favourite rocking chicken & prawns with veggies, rice vermicelli noodles in a soy sauce & curry combination!
Korean fried chicken burger loaded with kimchi and a spicy gochujang mayonnaise are the perfect spicy alternative to a chicken sandwich.
Chicken keema, my take on an Indian-inspired spicy, fragrant Indian chicken curry with sweet & sour tones with lots of garlic & green beans.