Master Indian Cuisine
Aloo Methi (or fenugreek potatoes) is our favourite potato side-dish, and we have seen a few different recipes and methods, however by far our favourite preparation is to cook them up like hash browns, adding just the right extra ingredients for a hearty and simple yet gourmet side-dish that you will want to make again and again.
Master Indian's Chef Ben created a vegan recipe consisting of ground tofu and veggies spiced with coriander, cumin, cardamom, and others, wrapped in a lightly seasoned, perfectly-cooked pasta shell, topped with a simple but sumptuous cumin-coconut sauce.
Peanut thai curry sauce is a beautiful, zesty flavour. In this black bean bowl recipe, we've brought our peanut thai sauce to a new level with two secret ingredients...
Korma is a comfort food, and it is one of the most delicious imaginable preparations of chicken. Like many Indian dishes, it originates from the Mughal incursions into India. Master Indian's Korma is an exceptionally well-balanced, mild curry that appeals to everyone, including children (provided, of course, you decide not to make your dish hot.)
A delicious, savoury dish from northern India, bringing together a captivating combination of roasted potatoes and cauliflower with a heavenly semi-dry sauce. Aloo Gobi is one of the dishes we don't talk about enough.
Most Punjabi curries have that mouth-watering base of spice-fried onions and tomatoes. To this we've added coconut milk, vegan butter and some selected spices for a mouthwatering, relatively simple-to-prepare vegan chick-pea curry with a delightfully complex flavour.
Whoever discovered asafoetida had a special instinct, because it is now an amazing and essential ingredient, and a linchpin of Indian cooking. It is a must have in every kitchen that takes Indian cuisine seriously. Here is how to use it.