Indian cuisine is now the nations favourite take away. This ‘curry craze’ has given us the inspiration to share our top 10 authentic Indian Curries for everyone to have a go at cooking at home.

For hints and tips of how to make the perfect curry, take a look at our Indian Cooking Class and Contemporary Indian cookery course .

Rayeea’s Indian Chicken Korma –

Korma is a takeaway classic. This creamy homemade version made with yoghurt is sure to become a tea time favourite.

Konkani Sour Mango Prawn Curry

The unusual combination of prawns and mango works really well in this dish to produce a delicious fruity curry. Definitely worth the effort!

Rick Stein – Paneer Jalfrezi

A vegetarian curry, perfect as a main course or try halving the quantity for a delicious side dish.

Angela Hartnett- Cauliflower and chickpea curry

This curry uses inexpensive ingredients and is truly delicious. Serve with basmati rice cooked with ground turmeric and star anise for a quick and tasty mid-week meal.

Alfred Prasad- Monkfish Curry

Monkfish is a meaty fish which can handle Indian spices extremely well. This rich, fragrant curry is perfect for special occasions to wow loved ones.

The Cinnamon Club- Jungle Curry

Everyone loves a good chicken curry and this recipe from The Cinnamon Club is traditional, rustic but most importantly, doesn’t scrimp on the flavour!

Lahor Lamb Biryani

Although a little time consuming, this delicious authentic biryani is packed with whole spices to create a wonderfully aromatic and fragrant dish; definitely worth taking the time to cook!

South Indian pea & mushroom curry

This is a vegetarian curry worth trying either delicious as a main course or wonderful as an accompaniment to other Indian dishes.


Clare is the founder of Seasoned Cookery School. She is passionate about inspiring people with food and creating memorable experiences for everyone who passes through the Seasoned door.

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