• Coconut pastries (gujiya)

    Coconut pastries (gujiya)

    Make this version of a popular Indian sweet filled with gently spiced coconut, almonds and raisins. They’re usually made to celebrate the festival of Holi

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  • Ghee


    Make some homemade ghee to use in your favourite dishes. Ghee lends a richness and buttery flavour, and can be heated to a high temperature without burning

  • Carrot halwa (gajar halwa)

    Carrot halwa (gajar halwa)

    Make some indulgent gajar halwa, a popular dessert in North India. Often served at Diwali to mark the change of seasons, it’s almost fudgy in texture

  • Aloo tikki

    Aloo tikki

    Enjoy these Indian potato patties, filled with peas spiced with fruity mango powder, with tamarind sauce and fresh coriander relish

  • Date & tamarind sauce (sonth)

    Date & tamarind sauce (sonth)

    Serve this tangy date and tamarind sauce with everything from samosas and pakoras to crunchy street snacks and salads

  • Coriander relish

    Coriander relish

    Enjoy this fresh, fragrant, lightly-spiced coriander relish as a cooling contrast to rich dishes. It’s great with fried snacks too

  • Cardamom biscuits (nan khatai)

    Cardamom biscuits (nan khatai)

    Enjoy these traditional Indian cardamom biscuits with a mug of steamy masala chai. Nan khatai are notable for their crumbly texture and butter-rich flavour

  • Punjabi semolina halwa (suji halwa)

    Punjabi semolina halwa (suji halwa)

    Serve this Indian dessert at special occasions such as Diwali. With almonds, cardamom and raisins, it has a rich, buttery flavour and toasty semolina aroma

  • Pork & chickpea curry

    Pork & chickpea curry

    Contains pork – recipe is for non-Muslims only
    A rustic Indian one pot with tender, marinated meat is a perfect dish to make in batches and freeze